The city will debate the budget at their meeting on Dec. 10.
The “Okanagan Conservatives” posted a photo and link to a critical article about Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan, along with the comment: “This is what happens when you have a cabinet based on affirmative action.”
If it was a pill, exercise would be a trillion-dollar money-maker prescribed to everyone.
Seven-term Cannington MLA Dan D'Autremont announced Thursday that he will not be seeking re-election in the 2020 election.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau walks into this weekend’s APEC leaders’ summit with a chance to smooth over lingering sore feelings with some of Canada’s key trading partners on the Pacific Rim.
An inmate who escaped from the minimum security unit Saskatchewan Penitentiary earlier this week is back in custody.
A man who went missing from a federal prison in Prince Albert this week has been re-arrested.
The Canadian Conservative Leader said his support for Britain’s move out of the EU rests not on economics or the practicalities of trade but rather on the principle of sovereignty.
A Regina woman is working to combat a taboo topic, collecting menstrual products to be handed out at various shelters.
Defence lawyer William Wister acknowledged the images are child pornography, but said that his client was not in possession of the material.
“Time to Listen: Youth Voices on Substance Use,” also states substance use by children was prevalent in 154 critical injury reports last year, nearly double what it was in 2016.
The long process to fill the empty hole at the corner of Albert Street and Victoria Avenue in Regina is not over and the site has been ruled as "not unsafe."
An entertainment producer from Moose Jaw is highlighting the struggles of mental health.
Industry insiders say there's been hurdles in keeping up with the initial demand for legal marijuana and it's hard to say when the shortage will be over.
Saskatchewan's Premier said in question period Thursday that sometimes it's OK for public employees to go on vendor-sponsored trips because it brings public benefit and saves taxpayers money, but the example he used turned out to be based on faulty information.
There’s been major logistical hurdles across the country in keeping up with initial demand and it’s hard to truly say when the supply shortage will be over. Meaghan Craig has more.
Some people put a photo of their departed loved ones above the living room fireplace. Others spread the deceased's ashes. Saskatoon tattoo shop owner Cheryl Wenzel's late husband and business partner Chris left her with far more unconventional instructions.
The city of Weyburn is currently under a boil water advisory.
The university is the only Canadian school among five institutions in North America that were awarded a total of US$35 million.
Bela Kosoian was in a subway station in the Montreal suburb of Laval in 2009 when a police officer told her to respect a pictogram with the instruction, “hold the handrail.”