The Ministry of Health says the youth detox facility is moving from the Paul Dojack Youth Centre to the Regina General Hospital.
Researchers from the Canadian Light Source will spend $50K over the next five years to share scientific knowledge with Indigenous students in Saskatchewan.
RCMP have laid charges against a 19-year-old man in connection with a fatal ATV accident that led to the death of another teen in Saskatchewan last summer.
RCMP have laid impaired-driving charges related to a fatal ATV collision that took place in 2017 near a Lanigan high school.
The leader of the Saskatchewan NDP says the province needs to step up its response to combating fentanyl overdoses in the province.
Gerald Stanley did not appear in a North Battleford courtroom Monday to answer to unsafe storage of firearms charges, though he was not required to be present. Ryan Kessler reports on who did attend and what’s next in the court case.
According to a survey released by the Regina Police Service, the public is relatively satisfied with their performance.
Public debt related to the Global Transportation Hub has grown by $11 million from the 2017/18 budget projection.
Mayor Michael Fougere spoke at a news conference at city hall on March 19 and is asking the city administration to re-assess all aspects of the current snow clearing system.
For the first time in five-years, fans are able to purchase Rider season tickets without being on a wait-list.
Premier Scott Moe says a rash of drug overdoses is an issue both the provincial government and the Saskatchewan NDP can work on together.
Saskatchewan business owners discussed marijuana in the workplace at a conference held in Regina on Monday.
Mon, Mar 19: Weyburn Police warned residents on social media about the possibility of fentanyl-laced cocaine. Police are offering drug amnesty for anyone wanting to turn in suspected cocaine.
Just over a year ago, the mayor of Elbow, Sask., signed a memorandum of understanding with the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations. Today, reconciliation remains a priority for Rob Hundeby.