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The University of Regina is appealing a jury's decision that awarded $9.1 million to a woman who was left a quadriplegic after a swimming accident at the school.
A Prince Albert foster mom’s heart sank after thieves make off with her van loaded with Christmas gifts for the family.
CAA Saskatchewan has released tips for travelling over the holiday season.
For those planning a winter getaway, public health nurse, Heather Birns, was in studio to talk about vaccines travelers need before they take flight.
Twelve more sleeps until Christmas leaves plenty of time for families to think about giving back. The Salvation Army’s Val Wiks was in studio to talk more about the ’12 Days of Giving’ campaign.
A look at holiday gift ideas for those toughest to buy for—teens and tweens. Blogger, Tenille Lafontaine was back in studio with presents from handheld photo printers to emoji-shaped speakers.
The provincial government says the sale of assets belonging to the Saskatchewan Transportation Company is now complete.
A quarter of the 255 Safeway and Sobeys stores in Western Canada will be converted to the discount FreshCo banner over the next five years.
While Saskatchewan may have the second-shortest wait times in Canada for 2017, the average wait time is up from 2016.
A multi-vehicle crash on Ring Road North slowed traffic during the morning commute on Wednesday.
There is one less person vying for Brad Wall’s job. On Wednesday, Rob Clarke announced that he is withdrawing his name to be leader of the Saskatchewan Party.
An Alberta company has been fined $35,000 after a worker’s arm was caught in a machine on a jobsite near Saskatoon last year.
Rob Clarke is bowing out of the Saskatchewan Party leadership race.
This is what the end of cannabis prohibition will look like in New Brunswick: An upscale showroom with black ceilings, grey walls and a once-illicit drug displayed in brightly lit glass cases.
The federal government released more details Wednesday on changes to its controversial tax proposals in hopes of further addressing deep concerns over reforms that have angered the small-business community.
Canadians are eating out more and can expect to pay extra to do so in 2018, suggests a forward-looking report into food prices.
Andrew Scheer was the top trending political figure in Canada in 2017. The results of Google searches show that politically speaking, Canadians showed curiosity about new faces on the political scene, and had questions about what was happening with our American neighbours.
A man from Manitou Beach has launched a petition asking the Saskatchewan government to use presumed consent for organ donation.
Tue, Dec 12: Provincial Auditor Judy Ferguson is raising concern that Saskatchewan’s justice ministry has only implemented three of the seven recommendations she put forward in 2011 for rehabilitating adult offenders. David Baxter reports.