Regina’s Logan Pletz become Saskatchewan's first athlete to qualify for the Youth World Games in biathlon.
A Vancouver-based researcher says the Saskatchewan government’s carbon tax impact analysis is “highly misleading” due to number errors.
A series of messages between Celeste Yawney and Duran Redwood reveal they were having what an investigator termed “an argument” in the time just preceding Yawney’s fatal beating. Staff Sgt. Kelly Trithart with the Regina P
Canada’s ambassador to France says this country’s yellow-vest protest movement bears little resemblance to the “gilets jaunes” who started it all in France.
A 19-year-old man has been arrested and is facing charges following a robbery at a bank in Saskatoon’s Kensington neighbourhood. According to a police news release, officers were called to the bank in the 100 block of Kensington Boule
OTTAWA - Canada’s ambassador to France says this country’s yellow-vest protest movement bears little resemblance to the “gilets jaunes” who started it all in France. Isabelle Hudon says the movement in Canada ap
Imagine what it must be like to be Jeremy O’Day these days. On Friday, he was named the Saskatchewan Roughriders’ vice-president of football operations and general manager. Many questions he fielded during his introductory media
The widow of Daniel Richard Dipaolo, who was killed in 2017, told a man who pleaded guilty to Dipaolo's murder to "have fun in hell."
PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. - Mackenzie Zacharias’s Manitoba rink downed Quebec’s Laurie St-Georges 8-4 on Monday in a battle of unbeaten women’s teams at the Canadian junior curling championships. With the win in the afternoon d
In the battle to reclaim the title of ‘world’s tallest moose’ Mac has weighed in, granting permission to restore his former glory. Katelyn Wilson has the story.
The global economy will grow around 3 per cent annually in 2019 and 2020, but waning support for multilateralism, escalating trade disputes, increasing debt and rising climate risks are clouding prospects, the United Nations said Monday. Th
By Charlene Tebbutt A northern Saskatchewan man has been found guilty of illegally selling fish following an undercover investigation in Canoe Narrows. Donald Iron was convicted on several charges under The Fisheries Act of Saskatchewan. During a trial, Iron admitted to selling fish without a commercial fishing license in April, May and September of 2017. ... Read More