Three people were arrested in Regina on Friday night after allegedly assaulting a woman and stealing both her keys and her vehicle. According to police, officers were called to a home on Dorothy Street shortly before midnight. Inside the home, officers found the woman suffering what police... Read more
Kenny Chaplin grew up near Saskatoon on a farm where he first developed a love for nature and solitude.... Read more
Regina police and the Saskatchewan Coroners Service are investigating the death of a woman found in the area of 15th Avenue and Wallace Street on Sunday afternoon.
The University of Regina men’s basketball team is off to their best start in program history after picking up back-to-back wins on the weekend to improve to 8-0 to start the Canada West season. ... Read more
By Alex Kozroski The Saskatchewan government released a map last week after extensive surveying in Saskatchewan revealed the places most ravaged by grasshoppers over the spring and summer. The map showed waves of grasshoppers hit the southwest, leaving destroyed crops in their path... Read more
The City of Regina says more than 27,000 water meters have upgraded so far in the city as the project moves into the next ward. According to a release, the project is heading into Ward 2 in the city’s south end. The city started replacing water meters in homes and businesses in October of... Read more
Taras McEwen, interim coach of the WHL's Swift Current Broncos, has a refreshing attitude in a sport that still needs some attitude adjustments.... Read more
The suspect in a 2022 manslaughter case in North Battleford was arrested in Saskatoon on Saturday. According to the RCMP, 34-year-old Nolan Bird was... Read more
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe has an approval rating of 54 per cent, according to a recent survey conducted by the Angus Reid Institute.
As Premier Scott Moe promised Thursday, the Saskatchewan government is directing SaskPower to stop collecting the carbon tax on electric home... Read more
The Regina Police Service (RPS) is investigating the death of a woman after her body was found Sunday afternoon in the Al Ritchie neighbourhood.... Read more
Five people were fined a total of $15,810 after tips from the public led to a lengthy investigation into illegal wildlife trafficking. According to Saskatchewan’s environment ministry, calls to the province’s Turn In Poachers and Polluters line about suspected wildlife trafficking came in May of... Read more
Another shot of snowy weather hit the province early on Monday morning, but Environment Canada forecaster Brad Vrolijk said it might not stay on the ground for long. “Even if it sticks around for today, we do have quite a bit of warm air pushing into the region,” Vrolijk said early Monday. “... Read more
Police are investigating after a woman was found dead in Regina’s Heritage neighbourhood Sunday afternoon.
8:30 – Monday Morning Coffee – Kevin Fenwick joins Evan to discuss the biggest stories making headlines as we head into a new week. Kevin grew up on a farm in the Abernethy area. He had a successful law practice and was brought in to Regina to lead... Read more
Regina Police Service and the Saskatchewan Coroner Service are investigating a woman’s death. Police found the deceased woman in the area of 15th Avenue and Wallace Street just before 3 p.m. on Sunday. While officers secured the scene, a Coroner was called and additional police resources were... Read more
The commanding officer the Saskatchewan RCMP says Myles Sanderson — the suspect in the James Smith Cree Nation mass stabbings — wasn’t in Regina during the manhunt. Assistant Commissioner Rhonda Blackmore and Evan Bray — the former chief of the Regina Police Service —... Read more
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Canada is trailing behind other Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development countries when it comes to both the number of physicians relative to the population, and its spending on primary care, according to a new analysis published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal.