During a year where two dozen people are confirmed to have died from drug overdoses in Regina so far, many families are left to deal with the aftermath of losing a loved one to addiction.
Environment Canada has confirmed that a tornado touched down near Glenbain, Sask on Saturday, July 4 at around 4:30 p.m.
Southwest Saskatchewan is the subject of several tornado warnings in place Saturday and several images on social media appear to show funnel clouds on the ground.
The warning is in effect for the regional municipalities of Stonehenge, including Limerick and Congress; Wood River, including Lafleche Woodrow and Melaval; and Pinto Creek, including Kincaid and Hazenmore.
Northeast Regina residents were given quite the surprise Friday night during a lightning-filled thunderstorm when one bolt struck a tree in the neighbourhood.
The GLRC set up a GoFundMe page to offset the expenses, surpassing its goal of $25,000.
Sports fans are hungrier than ever for competition on TV, and the annual Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest served it up Saturday in New York.
BERTHOUD, Colo. - Canadian golfer Taylor Pendrith posted the best finish of his career on the Korn Ferry Tour on Saturday, tying for third at the TPC Colorado Championship at Heron Lakes. Pendrith, from Richmond Hill, Ont., was 13 under for the tournament after shooting a 2-under 70 in the fourth... Read more
The Toronto Blue Jays will have plenty of young talent with them when they open summer training camp at Rogers Centre next week. But even with the minor-league season officially cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, general manager Ross Atkins says that doesn't mean those potential future... Read more
NEW YORK - Yankees pitcher Masahiro Tanaka was alert and sent to a hospital after being hit in the head by a line drive off the bat of slugger Giancarlo Stanton during live batting practice Saturday, a frightening scene during the team's first official summer camp workout. Tanaka's hat flew off and... Read more
WATCH: On Monday, casinos, indoor sports facilities and casinos will be allowed to reopen. Our reporter Kayleen Sawatzky checked in with affected businesses to see how preparations are being made.
SIKSIKA NATION, Alta. - A First Nation in southern Alberta has implemented a curfew as its health workers monitor more than 200 people for signs they may have developed COVID-19. Siksika Nation Chief Ouray Crowfoot said in video messages posted on Facebook that as of Thursday there... Read more
Maidstone RCMP is looking to identify and arrest people responsible for shooting at a vehicle leaving a gas station. The RCMP received calls on Friday night about a vehicle being shot at north of Lloydminster. The vehicle, allegedly carrying the perpetrators, is described as a dark coloured Ford F-... Read more
‘Just Friends’ starring Ryan Reynolds, and ‘The Messengers’ featuring Kristen Stewart. These are just two of many movies and shows that have been filmed in Saskatchewan featuring star-studded casts. But since the film tax credit was eliminated in 2012 the appeal of coming to... Read more
Police are looking for a suspect or suspects who fired a gun at a vehicle leaving a gas station north of Lloydminster Friday night.
A Regina landlord is helping launch a tech start-up aimed at connecting tenants with landlords after dealing with damaged property from a tenant during the COVID-19 pandemic.
America wasn’t the only country being celebrated on the Fourth of July as people around the world took to Twitter on Saturday morning to share photos of their own homelands with the hashtag #AllCountriesMatter.
Environment Canada has issued severe thunderstorm watches for several parts of central and southern Saskatchewan. The affected areas include regions around Outlook, Humboldt, Swift Current, Moose Jaw and Fort Qu’Appelle. The... Read more
Summers off from school mean a week away at camp for many kids, but with COVID-19 not allowing overnight camps to run, Camp Monahan on Lake Katepwa has closed its gates for the season.
CHARLOTETOWN, P.E.I. - Prince Edward Island is reporting three new cases of COVID-19 for the first time since late April, including one person who worked at a Charlottetown seniors' home. Dr. Heather Morrison, the province's chief public health officer, says the three cases include a man in his 50s... Read more
OTTAWA - Migrant workers and other non-permanent residents - many of whom have been working on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic - are taking to the streets in cities across Canada today, calling on Ottawa to grant them greater rights and protections. Temporary foreign farm... Read more
As the spring session of the legislature concluded, Premier Scott Moe acknowledged and thanked MLAs who will not be running in the next provincial election.... Read more
The Toronto Raptors will face their first competition in more than four months when they play the Houston Rockets in a scrimmage on July 24. The NBA released the scrimmage schedule on Saturday ahead of the July 30 restart. Each team will play three exhibition games at Disney World in Orlando. The... Read more
EDMONTON - The Edmonton Eskimos “will ramp up” their engagement with Inuit communities to evaluate their views on the CFL team’s name. The Eskimos made the announcement Friday. “We recognize that there has been increased attention to the name recently and we will ramp up our... Read more
With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, people can use their summer holidays to explore Saskatchewan and other parts of Canada with a road trip.
It’s a small bullet point in a list of ten items from a March 25 provincial order in council, but the regulatory change will make a big difference for Bobbie Cherepuschak, an avid hunter who was born... Read more
It may be helpful to know that neither Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe nor Saskatchewan NDP Leader Ryan Meili are inclined to say much bad about each other — or anyone else, for that matter.... Read more
It’s almost like business as usual for the University of Regina Cougars men's basketball team.... Read more
Jennifer Brewin has a touch of Field of Dreams about her: If you build it, they will come.... Read more
Regina police have arrested Dion Thomas Wade Blind in connection to a shooting Thursday morning on Broad Street near the General Hospital. It happened around 5:30 a.m. and left a 41-year-old man with... Read more
The Vancouver Whitecaps' opening match against FC Dallas at the MLS is Back Tournament has been pushed back. Six FC Dallas players have tested positive for COVID-19 since arriving in Florida and the entire Dallas delegation is currently quarantining at the MLS host hotel. The Whitecaps, meanwhile,... Read more
Environment Canada issued tornado warnings along with severe thunderstorm warnings and watches as a powerful storm system moved through southern Saskatchewan Friday evening. “With the amount of energy that was present last night (Friday) the thunderstorms grew quite rapidly and quite quickly... Read more
MONTREAL - Quebec provincial police say a fourth person has died following Wednesday's tractor accident in Notre-Dame-de-Stanbridge, southeast of Montreal. The accident had claimed the lives of three children - all under the age of five - out of a total of 10 people who were thrown from the... Read more
As coronavirus cases spike, public health officials are pleading with Americans to avoid large crowds and hold more muted Independence Day celebrations, but subdued is not U.S. President Donald Trump's style, and he aimed to go big, promising a 'special evening' in Washington that could bring tens... Read more
With summer in full swing, people are itching to get outdoors and have some fun. A neat new business has popped up in the province that might be right up their alley. It’s called Saskatchewan Aquatic Adventures. It’s basically a giant inflatable playground on the water. Co-owner Steph... Read more
The final stage of Phase 4 of Saskatchewan’s reopening plan starts on July 6, including a resumption of performing arts and increased seating at restaurants.
OTTAWA - Canada's sex work laws are creating undue harm and contribute to human rights violations during COVID-19, sex workers and human rights advocates say, which is why they're now pushing Ottawa to stop enforcing them. Amnesty International Canada has joined a number of rights and sex work... Read more
TORONTO - No winning ticket was sold for the $25 million jackpot in Friday night's Lotto Max draw. That means the jackpot for the next draw on July 7 will grow to approximately $30 million. The Canadian Press
Provinces and territories have been releasing plans for easing restrictions that were put in place to limit the spread of COVID-19. Here is what some of the provinces have announced so far: Newfoundland and Labrador On July 3, Newfoundland and Labrador joined the other ... Read more
The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 4:00 a.m. on July 4, 2020: There are 105,091 confirmed cases in Canada. _ Quebec: 55,682 confirmed (including 5,560 deaths, 25,158 resolved) _ Ontario: 35,535 confirmed (including 2,682 deaths, 30,909 resolved) _ Alberta: 8,259... Read more