Saskatchewan hotel owners want to do their part to prevent human trafficking, says the head of their association.
The Walmart on Rochdale Boulevard in north Regina will open its doors on Tuesday morning after a fire forced it to close for several weeks last month.
The Kansas City Chiefs appear to be in position to end a five-decade drought as Super Bowl champions. Normally I’d make a Super Bowl pick the Friday before the championship game, but I just think that K.C.’s diverse offence will be too much for the San Francisco 49ers on Feb. 2 in Miami... Read more
Due to what organizers are calling "environmental concerns" from the provincial government, the Waskimo Winter Festival will not be held this year.... Read more
ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - A state of emergency is stretching into its fourth day in St. John's, N.L., today as Armed Forces personnel prepare to help the city dig out from an unprecedented snowfall. Eastern regions of Newfoundland have been paralyzed since Friday when a major blizzard brought down... Read more
Organizers say the Waskimo Winter Festival has been cancelled this year due to environmental concerns.
WINNIPEG - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is to meet Monday with the least hostile of conservative Prairie premiers, Manitoba’s Brian Pallister. The tete-a-tete comes on the second day of a three-day federal cabinet retreat, being held in Winnipeg as part of a bid to reach out to a region that... Read more
LONDON (AP) - Prince Harry took aim at the journalists who have dissected his life since the day he was born as he expressed regret for the way he has had to step down from royal duties. In a personal speech that referenced his late mother, Princess Diana, who died in a car accident in 1997 while... Read more
David Phillips delivered the good news Monday morning. "What we’re seeing is some — well, not tropical air, but compared to what you’ve had, it’s going to feel tropical," Environment Canada’s senior climatologist said during the Greg Morgan Morning Show. "Certainly (it... Read more
Creeping urbanization throughout Canada could lead to the creation of city-states within a decade if current trends keep up, according to one Saskatchewan academic.
Some non-profit housing providers in Regina may be getting back a tax exemption that the city suspended earlier this year.
The break-and-enters happened early Friday in communities along Highway 40, Highway 3 and Highway 378, beginning in Hafford and finishing in Rabbit Lake.
OTTAWA - Canada's top soldier is warning that as the army gets called out to a growing number of floods, wildfires and other natural disasters, there is a risk that work will hurt the force's ability to defend the country. The Canadian Armed Forces has a long history of helping provinces and... Read more
No Brady, no Manning, no Roethlisberger. It’s a Super Bowl without one of those starting quarterbacks in the game for just the second time since 2003. Jimmy Garoppolo and Patrick Mahomes may be starting a new wave of regulars to make the game. The San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs do... Read more
Lighting up the red bulb some 200 feet away was like a cherry on top for Taran Kozun.... Read more
Regina Pats head coach Dave Struch was disappointed with the results but not the effort on his team’s West Coast road trip.... Read more
The Crown has filed a notice of appeal in the case of a man found guilty of a serious sex assault against a woman he met through the dating site Plenty of Fish.... Read more
Back in 1953, a star receiver named Mac Speedie took the out-and-up route.... Read more
Cat Haines understands the value trans-affirming healthcare can have, and recognizes the importance of changes made in Saskatchewan in recent months that are reducing wait times for gender confirmation procedures.... Read more
When Winterruption started in Saskatoon in 2016, only about seven shows were in the lineup.... Read more
A Saskatoon woman who is fighting to have the Government of Saskatchewan subsidize her medicinal cannabis says she hopes to take her battle to the province's highest court.... Read more
Nearly seven years after an audit found more than 100 SHA facilities were in critical condition, the Saskatchewan Health Authority and Ministry of Health are developing a plan to prioritize vital repairs.... Read more
James Sykes said he needed just a few seconds with a hammer and a pry bar to knock a 60-kilogram hunk of rock from an outcrop just south of Saskatchewan's border with the Northwest Territories a couple of years ago.... Read more
Calli Zapisocki wrote an English essay in 2018 calling for traffic signals at a busy intersection near Centennial Collegiate.... Read more
Starting Monday, a former Saskatoon nightclub owner previously convicted of sexual assault will get his chance at another trial after his conviction was overturned last year.... Read more
A decade ago, a plan was unveiled to shutter the Mendel Art Gallery and establish a new facility at River Landing.... Read more
At this time of year, when peace and reflection are cherished, many of us look to the future, review the past and consider the state of the nation. As a dean of engineering, I have the privilege of working with students, seeing them grow into their profession and define their vision for the future... Read more
A single word explains why members of Unifor 594 have spent six weeks braving frigid temperatures on the picket lines.... Read more
This month marks a decade since I became an honourary Saskatchewanian. My younger self would never have believed it.
Photos taken on film are meant to last but when they’re forgotten about and sit undeveloped, it gets trickier to recover those memories. That’s where Greg Miller, of Film Rescue International in Indian Head, Sask., steps in.
A Saskatchewan couple is getting national recognition for stunning photography. Arlene and Robin Karpan’s photograph of the Athabasca Sand Dunes will be featured in Canada Posts "From Far and Wide" 2020 stamp series for "nine must-see Canadian sites." The travel writers and photographers have... Read more
In The News is a roundup of stories from The Canadian Press designed to kickstart your day. Here is what's on the radar of our editors for the morning of Jan. 20. What we are watching in Canada ... WINNIPEG - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will meet today with the least hostile... Read more
MONTREAL - The principal of McGill university is defending the institution's commitment to reducing carbon emissions after a professor resigned over its refusal to divest from the fossil fuel industry. Suzanne Fortier said the institution's plan to reduce the overall carbon... Read more
OTTAWA - Canadian Army commander Lt.-Gen. Wayne Eyre is warning that calling the military out to more and more natural disasters could hurt the army's ability to train for war. The past few years have seen the military sent to help with disasters across Canada, including floods,... Read more
VANCOUVER - A court hearing begins today in Vancouver over the American request to extradite an executive of the Chinese telecom giant Huawei on fraud charges. The arrest of Meng Wanzhou in 2018 fractured relations between Canada and China. At issue at this week's hearing is the legal... Read more
OTTAWA - A new special parliamentary committee created to examine Canada's fraught relationship with China will hold its first meeting today in Ottawa. The committee's creation was the result of a Conservative motion passed in December, thanks to support from other... Read more
WINNIPEG - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will meet today with the least hostile of conservative Prairie premiers, Manitoba's Brian Pallister. The tete-a-tete comes on the second day of a three-day federal cabinet retreat, being held in Winnipeg as part of a bid to reach out to a region that... Read more