It looks like living in the Queen City could cost you a bit more money in 2019.
Seven-term Cannington MLA Dan D'Autremont announced Thursday that he will not be seeking re-election in the 2020 election.
An inmate who escaped from the minimum security unit Saskatchewan Penitentiary earlier this week is back in custody.
A Regina woman is working to combat a taboo topic, collecting menstrual products to be handed out at various shelters.
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An entertainment producer from Moose Jaw is highlighting the struggles of mental health.
Industry insiders say there's been hurdles in keeping up with the initial demand for legal marijuana and it's hard to say when the shortage will be over.
There’s been major logistical hurdles across the country in keeping up with initial demand and it’s hard to truly say when the supply shortage will be over. Meaghan Craig has more.
The city of Weyburn is currently under a boil water advisory.
The incoming removal of a tax exemption for elected officials has prompted both Regina and Saskatoon to pursue a pay raise for mayors and councillors.
Earlier this three two eHealth employees were fired for taking a vendor-sponsored trip. The involved company has received millions in government contracts.
The Moose Jaw Police Service will now be able to better assist people who are dealing with a mental health crisis.
The Correctional Service of Canada said Edward Daniel Ross is back in custody after escaping from Saskatchewan Penitentiary.
A new Police and Crisis Team (PACT) in Moose Jaw has been created to help improve how front-line policing services respond to mental health issues.
A Moose Jaw couple’s destination wedding will go ahead as planned after the airline received full payment for the trip.
The Houston Family Post-Doc Fellow Lecture Series is pleased to present – The decentralization of Brazil’s healthcare system has affected policy-making at its national and subnational levels of government. The physicians who occupied important roles within bureaucracies at both national and subnational levels were a significant catalyst for change. These physicians were able to convince...
The Court of Queen’s Bench has upheld the majority of the Saskatchewan Building and Accessibility Standards Appeal Board’s earlier Capital Pointe decision, agreeing that the site is safe and there is nothing wrong with the options the board gave to the developer.
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Rural crime has been a major focus of the government in recent history. Revisions are coming to the Trespass Act, and the the province has released survey results gathered since August.
The Canadian Football League will add an extra official to the field for the rest of the playoffs to watch for any blows delivered to the head or neck of a quarterback.