By Charlene Tebbutt A 21-year-old man was sentenced for stabbing a man in Pelican Narrows Friday in what a provincial court judge called another tragic case of violence fueled by alcohol. ... Read More
There are more than 200 Airbnb listings in the city of Regina, but according to the city — most aren’t properly registered.
People put up the teepee Thursday, a few days after the government ordered it taken down and police arrested some of the protesters.
The Humboldt Broncos will open their season this fall in front of a national audience.
Regina police are asking the public for insight after a 23-year-old man sustained serious injuries in a hit-and-run on Thursday on Robinson Street.
A Statistics Canada report reveals that Indigenous offenders are overrepresented in Saskatchewan jails and prisons.
Canada’s top judge says Supreme Court should provide leadership at a time when fundamental values are being undermined in the world
Richard Wagner engaged with reporters for 45 minutes on a range of questions and signalled he is prepared to be a bold, more open and more assertive chief justice.
Regina had over double it's normal snowfall in March, and May was the hottest ever on record.
A pedestrian was seriously injured in a hit and run early Thursday morning.
The tipi and protest camp in front of the Saskatchewan legislature has been restored, and First Nation chiefs from across the province are standing with the protesters.
Fresh off the party’s latest drubbing in a federal byelection, the NDP leader looks to make changes and gain steam as the 2019 vote looms over the horizon.
By Glenn Hicks Lightning, coupled with very dry conditions, has produced nineteen new wildfires in the province. One of those strikes sparked a significant blaze near the McArthur River uranium mine site. The ministry of environment said one of 15,000 lightning strikes over a 24-hour period caused the 6,000 hectare fire that is now within a few kilometres of the currently-dormant mine. ... Read More
The northern Saskatchewan fire that displaced more than 700 people is growing, but officials say the town site of Southend is still secure.
More than 700 evacuees are still out of their homes as a wildfire continues to burn near Southend, Sask.
A recent report on Saskatchewan's coroner indicates one of the top concerns is delays in toxicology reports.
The Saskatchewan Government and General Employees Union is calling for a province-wide strike vote next month.
A Saskatoon family is being forced to move out of their city apartment after animal services found out about their pet raccoon Dennis.
Despite calls from Saskatchewan to rework the equalization process, the federal government is moving ahead with legislation that renew equalization for a five-year term, beginning in 2019.
Saskatchewan had the highest annual inflation rate among the provinces for the month of May, led by higher gas prices.
An anti-LGBTQ activist, wanted on a Canada-wide warrant for inciting hatred in Toronto, has turned himself in to police in Calgary on Friday morning.