About 1,000 Saudi residents and fellows were called back to the kingdom when it suspended diplomatic relations with Canada, a dramatic and angry response to a government tweet that criticized the Saudis for the arrest of female social activists.
By By paNOW staff Police continue to ask for the public's help in finding a missing senior from the Rosthern area. RCMP are looking for 77-year-old Victor Falk, who was last seen Wednesday evening. RCMP say the area around Rosthern has been searched already, and are asking the public to search any abandoned buildings, vehicles or outbuildings for the missing man. ... Read More
The province is considering rescheduling the next round of municipal elections to prevent overlap with a provincial election slated for the same year.
Cancer Care Ontario said guidelines are being updated after 28 hospitals found an alarming number of patient records that indicated three intravenous medications were improperly administered.
A Regina auto shop is closing its doors for good after nearly 50 years in business.
Missty the dog is home two days after she was shot by a Regina police officer.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his team will take a hard look at policies on immigration, trade and the environment as they set a course for the year leading up to the next federal election.
By Angela Brown Saskatchewan NDP leader Ryan Meili is concerned about overall wait time delays across the province in emergency rooms and for surgeries. Meili visited North Battleford Aug. 14 as part of his cross-province tour. He said in general he believes the province isn't fulfilling its promise on the issue of reducing wait times. ... Read More
A U.S. national security review has given Canada's purchase of Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline the thumbs-up. The federal government says all necessary regulatory approvals have been received to close the sale.
It's been 10 years since a woman and five girls drowned inside an SUV near the town of St. Brieux, Sask. Despite an exhaustive investigation by police and the coroner, the cause remains a mystery.
The Humboldt Broncos have hired a new assistant coach and an athletic trainer as the rebuilding process continues for the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League team.
Three members of the Regina Police Service will be travelling to New Brunswick this weekend for the regimental funeral of the officers killed in last week’s shooting.
Humboldt Broncos head coach Nathan Oystrick on Friday announced the hiring of a new assistant coach and an athletic therapist/equipment manager.
Thirteen people have accepted severance packages as of the end of the SHA's fiscal year, which is March.
Bar owners across the province have questions about how servers are supposed recognize whether someone is impaired on cannabis. Recognizing this impairment is key to whether someone should be served booze.
"We have seen a significant increase in dumping of steel products produced elsewhere and that is causing significant concern for Evraz," minister Jeremy Harrison said.
Thick smoke has been giving the sun an orange red hue this week that some may find tempting to look at, especially with the beautiful sunrise and sunsets.
It was like a real life version of Disney's classic film Bambi, only this time the little fawn's rescuers wore badges and carried handcuffs.
An Ontario family’s summer trip to California ended in tragedy after a 12-year-old girl fell from a boat and died.
According to police, two men in a white truck, and armed with knives, confronted five teenagers shortly after 12:30 am.