It’s a unit that assesses and treats individuals who have come into conflict with the law due to mental health illness. Meaghan Craig reports.
University of Saskatchewan history professor Valerie Korinek documents untold history of LGBTQ community in Saskatchewan in her new book. Adam MacVicar reports.
University of Saskatchewan history professor Valerie Korinek documents untold history of the LGBTQ community in Saskatchewan in her new book.
Tenants of an apartment building on Cornwall Street are fed up, after Hotel Saskatchewan installed a temporary air conditioning unit at the back of its building.
Police in Saskatchewan are searching for three "dangerous" youths who escaped a remand facility.
From driverless machinery to 3D printed equipment, the future of farming is on display at Canada’s Farm Progress Show in Regina.
SGEU is seeking a strike mandate against the Saskatchewan government after contract talks reach an impasse. Ryan Kessler reports.
Just days after officials ordered the removal of the Justice for our Stolen Children camp, the teepee is back and now the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations is backing the protesters.
Police are on the lookout for Ben Romeo Bird, Samuel Jay Kiseyinewakup and Blade Cornelius Roberts, who escaped the Prince Albert Youth Residence.
From driverless machinery to 3D printed equipment, the future of farming is on display at Canada's Farm Progress Show in Regina.
In this week’s Minute at the Movies, Todd James reviews “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” and “Metamorphosis.”
There are more than 200 Airbnb listings in the city of Regina, but according to the city — most aren’t properly registered.
People put up the teepee Thursday, a few days after the government ordered it taken down and police arrested some of the protesters.
The Humboldt Broncos will open their season this fall in front of a national audience.
Regina police are asking the public for insight after a 23-year-old man sustained serious injuries in a hit-and-run on Thursday on Robinson Street.
Regina had over double it's normal snowfall in March, and May was the hottest ever on record.
A pedestrian was seriously injured in a hit and run early Thursday morning.
The tipi and protest camp in front of the Saskatchewan legislature has been restored, and First Nation chiefs from across the province are standing with the protesters.
More than 700 evacuees are still out of their homes as a wildfire continues to burn near Southend, Sask.
The Saskatchewan Government and General Employees Union is calling for a province-wide strike vote next month.