FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY
Updated: 15 min 54 sec ago
The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League Assistance Program will continue to provide much needed mental health support to Saskatchewan’s hockey community after receiving $1.4 million in donations since its creation.
When we heard anecdotally at CBC Saskatchewan that there seemed to be a shortage of puffed wheat, I leapt at the story. Little did I know this would be a very difficult assignment.
'This was a cold, calculated and brutal act': Closing arguments presented at Regina 1st-degree murder trial
Crown prosecutor Adam Breker told a jury in Regina’s Court of Queen’s Bench Monday that the actions of Colinda Lee Hotomani and Gregory James Wolfe were violent and calculated.
Ottawa needs 'special representative' to consult Indigenous groups and save Trans Mountain, says Scheer
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer has outlined a plan to jump-start Trans Mountain construction, a month after the Federal Court of Appeal quashed cabinet approval to build the multi-billion dollar expansion project.
Nurses in Saskatchewan are taking viewers to the frontlines of healthcare in a new series of documentaries. The latest instalment focuses on youth mental health.
A radio ad that aired in Saskatchewan talking about "myths" of residential schools is drawing criticism from listeners.
Regina's Marty Klyne is one of two new members of the Canadian senate.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau named two new senators to the Red Chamber Monday - one a former top Mountie, the other a prominent Saskatchewan businessman.
SGI has launched a new campaign against impaired driving that includes real-life stories of people in Saskatchewan impacted by impaired driving.
Duval is in AP classes at Balfour and also plays on two other football teams in the city.
The City of Regina announced a pedestrian rail line crossing is getting new safety features as part of Transport Canada's Railway Safety Improvement program.
Instructors are travelling to remote northern communities to teach students Vinyasa Yoga, with teachers reporting back promising results that students are becoming more attentive and less restless with the classes.
A 19-year-old man from North Battleford will appear in court Monday in relation to the disappearance of a young girl which prompted an Amber Alert earlier this month.
The RCMP is asking for the public's help to track down a man who allegedly fled from a Kamsack, Sask. hospital while in police custody on Sunday.
A suspected car thief is in hot water with Brandon police after cold water thwarted his escape from officers early Sunday.
Gabriel Whiteduck had seen dust devils and serious storms when he was growing up in Saskatchewan, but nothing that prepared him for the devastation he witnessed after a tornado hit Gatineau, Que. on Friday.
Is it possible to join a group of strangers playing board games in a cafe for a night, and walk away with a new friendship?
For 25 Grade 6 students in Saskatoon, school happens in a nursing home — all year long. Talk about a different kind of education. David Gutnick's documentary is called "The School of Real Life."
A pair of Saskatchewan residents from two different worlds are using their shared love of horses to bring people together.
A recognition of sign language as Canada’s third official language would make lives easier for those that are deaf and hard of hearing, said those gathered at a rainy Saturday rally in front of Saskatchewan’s legislature on Saturday.