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On Tuesday, one of the men co-accused of killing Blaine Katz pleaded guilty to manslaughter at Regina's Court of Queen's Bench. Family members shared victim impact statements at the sentencing hearing.
Regina police have arrested a man considered to be 'a high-risk to re-offend sexually," according to a news release.
A 15-year-old has been charged with uttering threats and mischief, after a threat to cause violence at a Saskatoon high school was made on social media.
China is considering halting all meat imports from Canada starting Wednesday after the Canadian Food Inspection Agency notified China that it had discovered a number of fabricated veterinary health certificates in meat products bound for China, according to a government official.
Organizers say offering naloxone training at this year's Ness Creek Music Festival just makes sense.
Canadian women's star Hayley Wickenheiser on Tuesday was elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame in her first year of eligibility. The class of 2019 also includes former NHLers Sergei Zubov and Guy Carbonneau, Czech star Vaclav Nedomansky and builders Jim Rutherford and Jerry York.
Curtis Vey and Angela Nicholson were found guilty in 2016, but aquitted during a retrial in 2019.
A Vancouver Canucks 50th anniversary celebration, the annual Hockey Day in Canada and an outdoor game in Regina mark Canadian highlights on the 2019-20 NHL schedule.
The semi-trailer she hauled gravel with for her family business was found abandoned at the pit near Highway 15 with her coat, keys and cellphone inside.
The death of a woman who was found not breathing outside a North Central home on Tuesday morning is now under investigation.
Saskatchewan's challenge to the federal carbon tax is expected to move ahead this winter.
While attacking premiers who refuse to adopt a carbon tax, Canada's environment minister today announced millions of dollars in funding for energy retrofits in schools in provinces that have resisted or abandoned the Liberal climate change plan.
The City of Regina has decided that park land from the decommissioned Regent Par 3 golf course will not be used for housing purposes.
Conklin business owners say they're being forced to take the law into their own hands to deal with escalating property crime and it could end in tragedy.
Enjoy this five-part audio series that takes you on a tour around Wascana Lake. This is intended to be listened to as you walk around the lake, beginning with the Willow Island overlook.
Lillanohna Natyowhowcon is one of the only Indigenous grads this year from the University of Saskatchewan’s archeology program. She says more Indigenous-specific education is needed to build trust between Indigenous people and the field.
A former Reform Party MP and Sask. Party MLA says he wants people to think about what might happen following October’s election and the potential that “the lid’s going to blow off western alienation.”
Sarah Longman, the president of the group who will receive the land, said she wants to erect a memorial to the children buried at the site, alongside a tribute to their living descendants.
Legislative changes that would have made it harder for a future prime minister to reverse Senate reforms have fallen through — raising the question of how much longer today's more independent, non-partisan chamber might last.
Chase Ruttig, assistant regional manager at Prairie Records, is cautioning owners to double check before purchasing cannabis online, as some illegal cannabis is being made to look legitimate.