An Impark customer is warning people not to depend on the parking provider’s text messaging alert technology after he says it failed him.
Two people are facing multiple charges after a SUV accelerated at a Loon Lake RCMP officer and then collided with a gas station.
MELBOURNE, Australia - Canada's Milos Raonic won his first match since October on Tuesday, finishing off a suspended opening-round contest at the Australian Open. The 32nd-seeded Raonic beat Italian lucky loser Lorenzo Giustino 6-2, 6-1, 6-3. Raonic, from Thornhill, Ont., was one game away... Read more
Iran needs technical assistance from France and United States to analyze data from the Ukrainian jetliner that was accidentally shot down, says a preliminary report released by the country's National Aviation Authority on Monday. The flight recorders,... Read more
Monday began with Unifor’s national chapter blockading the Co-op Refinery in Regina as a labour dispute escalated. By 6 p.m. Unifor president Jerry Dias had been arrested. Allison Bamford was live at 6 with the details from the picket line. Read more
Urban Planet is set to become the next new store at the Cornwall Centre.
The Monday, Jan. 20, 2020 edition of Global News at 6 with Carlyle Fiset on Global Regina and Global Saskatoon.
In the letter, the doctor said the disease is very uncommon in the province and without appropriate treatment can result in death.
MONTREAL - Quebec's immigration minister has acknowledged the province's system to sponsor refugees needs reform after hundreds of people camped out in his department's Montreal offices over the weekend, hoping to claim one of the few available applications. The government said it would... Read more
Three possible cases of a new type of viral pneumonia have been investigated in Canada and ruled out as coronavirus, the country's chief public health officer said Monday. The World Health Organization, meanwhile, announced plans to hold an emergency meeting to decide whether... Read more
Unifor president Jerry Dias being arrested as police enforce a court injunction at the Co-op Refinery.
Two cases of a deadly bacterial infection has been discovered in northwest Saskatchewan. The disease is preventable by vaccination, but one doctor says fewer people in the area have been immunized. Kyle Benning reports.
Unifor national president Jerry Dias has been arrested in Regina.
Here's a quick glimpse at how the national price on pollution works in every province and territory.
The Saskatchewan Trucking Association said thieves are stealing catalytic converters and diesel particulate filters from trucks in Regina.
Loon Lake RCMP arrested a man and a woman on Saturday for multiple offences including assault on a police officer. Mounties received a report from the Pierceland detachment of a suspicious man in a farm yard, driving a grey SUV. An officer from Loon Lake spotted a vehicle matching the description... Read more
NEW YORK - When it comes to unanimous picks for baseball's Hall of Fame, Derek Jeter quite appropriately has the chance to be No. 2. Yankees closer Mariano Rivera became the first player to appear on every ballot when he swept 425 votes in last year's election. Ken Griffey Jr. was three votes short... Read more
It's not fully stocked, but Regina's Rochdale Boulevard Walmart location is due to open Tuesday morning for the first time in more than a month.... Read more
VANCOUVER - The Vancouver Whitecaps are hopeful that a fresh approach will lead to improved results as their 2020 training camp kicked off Monday at the National Soccer Development Centre on Monday. The Whitecaps are looking to improve on their 8-16-10 record from 2019, which saw them... Read more
ATLANTA - Norman Powell scored 27 points, including 17 in the final period, and the Toronto Raptors withstood Atlanta's late charge to beat the Hawks 122-117 on Monday. Toronto led by 21 points, 112-91, before surviving a late comeback by the Hawks, who pulled within two points at 117-115. Fred... Read more
The final numbers for the 37th Western Canadian Crop Production Show are in, and many braved the cold for the annual event. According to a release, nearly 17,000 people passed through the doors at Saskatoon’s Prairieland Park during the four day show. In total, 345 companies utilized 1067... Read more
OTTAWA - As of Jan. 1, every Canadian and all Canadian businesses are paying a price on carbon. The federal Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act means provinces that do not have their own price on pollution that meets a federal standard get the federal carbon tax applied to them. That includes... Read more
Described by her family as an avid writer, Jenny McKay kept a journal. Court heard she provided details of her life within its pages, including troubles in her marriage to Jason McKay.... Read more
VICTORIA - Ted Hughes, whose reports led to the resignation of a premier and the overhaul of child welfare systems in British Columbia and Manitoba, has died at the age of 92. Hughes was B.C.'s first conflict of interest commissioner and his reviews of the child welfare... Read more
James Hinchcliffe was surprised and disappointed when he was dismissed from Arrow McLaren SP last October. Now he sees it as an opportunity to live out all his racing fantasies. The 33-year-old from Oakville, Ont., has won six IndyCar Series races over the past nine years - and is... Read more
The seven-day Saskatchewan weather forecast with Global’s Peter Quinlan on Monday, Jan. 20. Read more
Formula One driver Nicholas Latifi says he will represent his hometown of Toronto in his rookie season on the circuit by choosing No. 6 as the race number for his Williams. Latifi made the announcement Monday in a post on his website. "The main reason is that 6 is so closely linked to... Read more
The second degree murder trial for a man accused of killing his wife entered its second week, with the crown and defense arguing what evidence should be admissible in the trial proper.
Tim Raines can speak from experience when he describes what Larry Walker might be feeling in the hours before Tuesday's Hall of Fame induction announcement. Raines, a former teammate of the Canadian slugger with the Montreal Expos, was in Walker's shoes exactly... Read more
Boston Schaan, 13, of Regina had his dream come true on Saturday when he met the San Francisco 49ers.
Things got a lot more heated on the picket line at the Co-op refinery Monday night as police arrested several people, including Unifor national president Jerry Dias. On Monday morning, Unifor announced it would be... Read more
WINNIPEG - The mayor of Winnipeg came out of a sit-down meeting with the prime minister on Monday saying that all levels of government need to work together to tackle a methamphetamine crisis plaguing the city. Brian Bowman said he asked Justin Trudeau to take stock of the federal government's... Read more
A Regina man was chosen to appear on The Price is Right, and he didn’t leave empty handed.
The Saskatchewan Hotel and Hospitality Association (SHHA) is trying to raise awareness of human trafficking in hotels. Jim Bence, the SHHA’s CEO and president, told Gormley many chains are implementing new training to help staff recognize the threat of traffickers. There are many signs that... Read more
Unifor national president Jerry Dias says the union will not allow any trucks or replacement workers into the Co-op Refinery Complex (CRC).... Read more
A new study finds Saskatchewan has the lowest amount of debt, measured to GDP, in the country.
The RCMP has arrested Kandi Rose Ratt on an accessory charge tied to the Dec. 23 death of Sheena Marie Billette. The Mounties located Ratt in Christopher Lake and took her into custody on Saturday. They continue to search for Charlie (CJ) Napthalie Charles. He is one of four people charged with... Read more
Alberta's rural municipalities say the amount of unpaid property taxes they're owed by oil and gas companies has more than doubled over the past year. The association says they are owed a total of $173 million - a 114 per cent increase over last spring. Years of low oil prices have left many small... Read more
Regina's Rochdale Walmart is reopening on Tuesday after it closed down in early December from a fire.
Unifor says the national chapter is officially taking over the Co-op Refinery blockade. The union says they are a separate legal entity from Local 594, so the injunction does not apply.