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The province is another step closer to arming its conservation officers with carbines, after awarding contracts for ammunition and carbines. The goal is to have all officers trained by late September and all carbines deployed by the end of the year.
Forget about Brexit. Another tension-fuelled affair — this one involving Canada, Norway and two moose battling for supremacy — is being showered with international media attention.
A third person has been accused of killing 21-year-old Miguel Lucas Antoan Lane in October.
The Saskatoon Fire Department will give an update on the clean-up and what crews were busy with overnight.
Some long-lost war medals rediscovered in the 1960s are heading to the descendants of war heroes.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will be in La Loche, Sask., Wednesday morning, three years after a teenager killed four people and injured seven others.
Six Regina daycares received a visit from police Tuesday after they received threatening messages, but police say the person making the threats is not in a position to carry them out.
Why not ask if your beliefs are driving you to lessen the effects of suffering, human and otherwise?
Grid road leading to Robert Major crash site 'like driving in a dark tunnel,' defence witness testifies
The jury in Robert Major's dangerous driving trial heard from its final witness Tuesday. Lawyers are expected to make final arguments Wednesday.
Reconciliation Saskatoon has launched a new website, ConnectR, aimed at building better relationships between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people.
Health Canada unveiled a radically new food guide Tuesday that eliminates food groups, encourages plant-based foods over meat and dairy products, and is likely to force changes across the country's agricultural industry.
Several health organizations are urging the province to implement recommendations from a recent report to reduce smoking rates in Saskatchewan.
The city of Regina says it has issued a stop-work order on the demolition of the former CNIB building in Wascana Park because the city hasn't received an application for a demolition permit.
A northern Saskatchewan man has been found guilty of illegally selling fish after a prolonged sting operation by conservation officers.
Advocates are praising the decision to make training for semi drivers mandatory across Canada, but they say there's still more work to do.
A train hauling grain has derailed just north of Saskatoon, and fire crews are responding.
A Saskatchewan hunter has hunted a non-typical mule deer with the highest Henry Kelsey score since the 1920s.
Regina police are investigating after two youths were attacked with an unknown bladed weapon on Sunday.
Correctional Service Canada says an inmate at the Saskatchewan Penitentiary in Prince Albert has died of apparent natural causes following an illness.
Former Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall is helping a new political action committee raise money and raise the issues of some business leaders in Alberta and Saskatchewan