While most Saskatchewan students and teachers are just beginning to tackle remote learning this week, the Montessori School of Regina is finally settling into it. In the lead-up to the school closures on March 20, teachers began drafting an online curriculum that was ready to go for... Read more
A man wanted in connection to an attempted murder was arrested in Moose Jaw on Tuesday morning.
Shannon Battersby, stranded in South Africa by a coronavirus lockdown, received an email from Global Affairs Canada stating that a government-organized flight home could cost her $5,000.
A man wanted in connection with a home invasion and a shooting has been arrested, the Moose Jaw Police Service said on Tuesday.
As local businesses in Regina adapt to changes during the COVID-19 pandemic, they offer options to customers who want to support them during these uncertain times.
The City of Saskatoon is expected to roll out an "adjusted staffing plan" it expects will be in place for at least three months as it works to... Read more
A woman who lived on a farm outside of Battleford has been identified as one of the Saskatchewan’s first COVID-19 deaths.
Local businesses in Regina are adapting to changes during the COVID-19 pandemic. As Daniella Ponticelli reports, they’re offer options to customers who want to support them during these uncertain times. Read more
There’s a lot of uncertainty for the Saskatchewan Roughriders about the 2020 CFL season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The league has cancelled scouting combines and training camps have been postponed indefinitely as the world tries to reduce the spread of the virus. "Any season is going to be... Read more
A Saskatoon seamstress says she’s overwhelmed with requests for homemade masks, but an expert warns they may not be effective. Read more
As families enter the second week of schools being closed indefinitely in Saskatchewan, many parents have questions and concerns surrounding their children's ongoing education.
COVID-19 has abruptly thrown the world into a holding pattern, but CFL teams are preparing anyway.
The Saskatchewan Health Authority's COVID-19 planning is affecting home care services, leaving one family feeling trapped and fearful about spreading the disease.... Read more
The Saskatchewan government has created the Social Services Pandemic Response to support vulnerable Saskatchewan citizens and the organizations that serve them amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Allison Bamford reports.
While people in Saskatchewan were stuck inside due to COVID-19, they opened their wallets to help provide meals for people in need. During Rawlco Radio’s Day of Caring for the Regina and Saskatoon food banks, $1,614,755 was raised over the course of the day Tuesday. "Unprecedented times call... Read more
Emergency shelters throughout Saskatchewan will get a helping hand from the government to keep their operations going during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Saskatoon seamstress says she's overwhelmed with requests for homemade masks, but an expert warns they may not be effective.
Some southern Saskatchewan businesses have had to quickly adjust to an online world, after the Government of Saskatchewan ordered all non-essential businesses to close.
In a letter sent to Finance Minister Bill Morneau on Tuesday, the caucus not only requested a halt on the increase but a full exemption on the tax for fuel used by farmers.... Read more
Regina will begin weekly garbage collection this coming Monday, April 6. The city said residents asked for increased garbage capacity because so many people are working from home and children are not in school.
Prince Albert police arrested a suspect in connection with the deaths of two adults and their seven-year-old grandson early Tuesday afternoon.... Read more
The Social Services Pandemic Response will support vulnerable Saskatchewan citizens and the organizations that serve them during COVID-19.
A look at some of the top quotes from across Canada on Tuesday in relation to COVID-19: "They had nowhere to stay and didn't really know what they were doing in the community besides just coming here." - Chief Dana Tizya-Tramm on a Quebec couple arriving in Old Crow, Yukon on... Read more
Saskatchewan has released a new pandemic response plan to support its most vulnerable residents during the pandemic, but critics call it a "band-aid" for the potentially devastating impact COVID-19 could have on the province's homeless people.... Read more
Prince Albert's police chief says a suspect is in custody in relation to a triple homicide alleged to have happened during the weekend. He says he expect charges to be laid within 24 hours.
Police added that they’re not looking for any other suspects at this time.
One by one, each clutching a bit of kitchenware, the seniors made their way out to their balconies.... Read more
Saskatchewan's COVID-19 curve has flattened over the past three days as a weekend spike of new cases subsides, but the Ministry of Health warned that a spell of good news is no cause for complacency.... Read more
In a two-to-one decision, the province's highest court has granted a new trial to a local music entrepreneur found guilty of sexually assaulting a sleeping woman.... Read more
As part of the ongoing COVID-19 response, the City of Regina has cancelled its upcoming Household Hazardous Waste Days event.... Read more
When Eleanor Widdowson remembers her sister Alice Grove, the laughter comes easily.... Read more
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, Minhas Sask had hand sanitizer listed for $25, but the head of the distillery said the listing was an error.
PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. - A man has been arrested in what a Saskatchewan police chief calls the horrific killing of a seven-year-old boy and his grandparents. "As a police service we continue to investigate what happened while also working to make sense of something that is absolutely tragic,"... Read more
Regina Beach councillor is reminding residents to stay off Last Mountain Lake with spring approaching.
WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump on Tuesday warned Americans to brace for a "rough two-week period" ahead as the White House released new projections that there could be 100,000 to 240,000 deaths in the U.S. from the coronavirus pandemic even if current social distancing guidelines are... Read more
Toronto's ban on city-led events through June 30 does not prohibit professional sporting events. That means the Maple Leafs and Raptors still could hypothetically play games at Scotiabank Arena, the Blue Jays could play at the Rogers Centre and Toronto FC could play at BMO Field. The same... Read more
In critical cases, COVID-19 attacks the lungs and restricts breathing to the point where a patient needs a ventilator to stay alive. However, in Canada, as in most other countries, there is a limited supply of these potentially life-saving machines. Here are answers to some key... Read more
Even with the University of Regina announcing new grading options, Clara Gil is left wondering how she will manage to finish a semester disrupted by COVID-19.... Read more
A Regina man found guilty of sexually assaulting a sleeping woman and sentenced to three years in prison has been granted a new trial.
NEW YORK - Instead of watching their own finances crater, shut-in television viewers tuned in to the game show "Let's Make a Deal" in record numbers last week. TV programs across the dial recorded superlatives last week with a captive audience of millions of Americans told to stay home because of... Read more