INFOGRAPHIC: A breakdown of some of the fines you could face for breaking cannabis laws in Saskatchewan.
When the Saskatchewan government introduced their legalization rules, they announced that up to 51 permits would be issued for retail businesses around the province. Fast forward nine months later, and only seven permits have been issued for Saskatchewan retailers.
The company purchased North Battleford CannabisCo on condition that that North Battleford CannabisCo starts operation as a licensed cannabis retailer and receives all required approvals.
Gov. Gen. Julie Payette will visit the Humboldt Broncos Memorial Exhibit as part of her three-day trip to Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan's cannabis stores are in charge of securing their own supply from producers, putting up opening road blocks for some stores.
Cannabis is now legal in Canada, but buying it in Saskatchewan could be challenging in many communities.
Saskatchewan Roughriders' Charleston Hughes has been charged with impaired driving and failing to provide a breath sample for analysis.
If you live in Saskatchewan here is what you need to know about cannabis legalization.
As Canada legalizes cannabis on Oct. 17, we’ve decided to answer a couple important burning questions such as what exactly happens when you get high, the differences between strains and what happens if you get too high?
Here's a province-by-province list of government-run, private and online outlets where you can get your hands on some bud.
Convicted rapist and killer Paul Bernardo has been denied parole.
YouTube's video streaming service went out for more than an hour on Tuesday, apparently affecting locations around the world.
At midnight, the dawn of a new era beckons in Canada.
As Canada is set to legalize the sale, purchase and certain types of using marijuana, we’re learning many stores in South Saskatchewan will not be ready for legalization on Wednesday.
Roughrider Charleston Hughes is scheduled to appear in court later this month after an impaired driving charge last week.
Canadians in all provinces except Manitoba and Quebec will be allowed up to four cannabis plants per household.
Canadians in all provinces except Manitoba and Quebec will be allowed up to four cannabis plants per household. Ryan Kessler reports.
Residents in Regina's southeast are voicing concerns over an increase in traffic and crime due to the area’s growing development.
A Regina mother is speaking out after two teens allegedly attacked and stabbed her daughter last month.
The Canadian Union of Postal Workers said Tuesday it has given strike notice to Canada Post that workers could walk off the job as early as next week.