Bear spray and a fire extinguisher were among the items used during an apparent brawl Sunday in Saskatoon. On Monday, police issued a media release saying officers responded just after 4 a.m., to an apartment building on Confederation Drive in the Massey Place neighbourhood for what police termed... Read more
A woman and a teenage girl have been charged with aggravated assault after police say a 25-year-old man was attacked Sunday morning. The victim was later charged with allegedly assaulting one of the suspects.... Read more
Indigenous Services Minister Patty Hajdu was accused of ducking accountability and shifting blame as the House public accounts committee examined her department’s ongoing failure to help First Nations during climate emergencies.
The equinox marks the beginning of spring in the Northern Hemisphere with the day and night being roughly equal in duration.
The 13 Canadian enrolment centres were closed March 2020 due to the pandemic. The closures were extended due to a dispute over legal protections for American customs officers.
In many parts of Saskatchewan, deer and elk are more than just pretty wildlife to take pictures of by the side of the road. They’re destroying livestock food resources and crops. The issue was brought up at the annual Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities (SARM) convention in... Read more
Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland says next week's budget will offer targeted measures to help Canadians squeezed by rising interest rates and inflation — but she warns the federal government can't afford to help everyone.
John Smith, an artist and musician from Hamilton, is responsible for some of the artwork projected behind Taylor Swift during her current Eras Tours, which kicked off in Arizona on March 17.
Regina Pats centre Connor Bedard got an award and an assist Monday. The WHL named Bedard the player of the week after he recorded nine goals and 17 points in four games. He initially had 16 points in that span, but the league credited him with another helper from Saturday’s victory in Moose... Read more
A fraud scheme involving fake documents used to qualify for a mortgage has been linked to two Saskatoon real estate agents.
The federal government says the Nexus trusted-traveller program will ramp back up fully within five weeks, allowing frequent border crossers to complete their applications and speed up their trips.
One Regina city councillor says he likely wouldn't use public transit to get around, even if it were improved, because his other job outside of city council necessitates the use of a private vehicle.... Read more
On a wintry day last November, Daphne Kay looked up at an expanse of gleaming solar panels located on Cowessess First Nation reserve land just east of... Read more
Before the backlash and apology, Global News spoke with Tim Reid about the rollout of the rebrand, with him noting they had been working on the project for several months.
A new federal/provincial deal will see a total of $485 million invested over the next five years to assist with sustainable agricultural projects in Saskatchewan.
It’s the time of year for rebirth and new beginnings, but Saskatchewan will have to wait a while longer for spring blossoms to appear. While spring officially arrives Monday afternoon (3:24 p.m.) Environment Canada senior climatologist David Phillips told the Greg Morgan Morning Show that... Read more
Days ahead of the provincial budget, another member of the federal government was back in Regina to announce another tranche of funding.... Read more
The coming 2023 federal budget will 'exercise fiscal restraint' while also making 'significant' investments in health and building Canada's clean economy, Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland said Monday.
Two people are facing several charges after Regina police said officers found drugs and guns in a rental property on Saturday.
A 16-year-old boy is facing charges after police say he threatened others at a home on Young Street while in possession of a gun.
A Regina couple are $100,000 richer after adding an EXTRA to their 6/49 draw win.
Saskatchewan is once again going to court to argue against the federal government. On Wednesday and Thursday, representatives of Saskatchewan and every other province and territory in Canada — with the exception of Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia — are to be in the Supreme Court of... Read more
The value of farmland showed immense growth over the course of 2022, according to a report from Farm Credit Canada (FCC).
The Saskatoon Blades and Regina Pats are about to see a lot more of each other.... Read more
REGINA — An agency responsible for tourism in Regina has apologized for using slogans that have been criticized for their sexual overtones.... Read more
Bargain hunters are one step closer to seeing sales at Nordstrom's closing Canadian locations. At a hearing at Osgoode Hall in Toronto on Monday, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice gave the U.S. retailer's Canadian branch permission to start liquidating its merchandise.
Levels of the COVID-19 virus in Saskatoon and Prince Albert's wastewater indicate that infections are on the rise in those cities, according to the University of Saskatchewan’s Global Institute for Water Security.... Read more
The new agreement also goes into effect on April 1, and will be in place until March 31, 2028.
Saskatchewan’s agricultural sector is getting additional support from the federal and provincial governments. On Monday, the governments announced $485 million for what are called “strategic agricultural initiatives” in the province under a new five-year Sustainable Canadian... Read more
Hockey player Ryan Straschnitzki was paralyzed almost five years ago in a catastrophic bus accident, but he has remained dogged in his pursuit of athletic life. He spoke to the CBC's Aarti Pole about his athletic motto 'never satisfied,' and his new dreams.
The temperatures may not feel like spring just yet, but the season officially starts Monday. Temperatures are still below freezing in most of the province and will be until Thursday, when it’s expected to warm up to 0 C. Amber Maxie was waiting for a bus in downtown Regina and said she’s... Read more
Canada's Kerri Einarson defeated Italy's Stefania Constantini 7-2 in round-robin play Tuesday for her second consecutive victory at the world women's curling championship in Sandviken, Sweden.
8:30 – A private member’s bill is seeking to establish a foreign influence registry. Bill S-237 would require anyone with ties to an organization that could be under the direction of foreign governments to register and contact Canadian public officials. Senator Yuen Pau Woo... Read more
The Calgary Roughnecks had the luck of the irish on their side as they defeated the Saskatchewan Rush on St. Patrick’s Day Friday evening. For the second time this season the Prairie rivals squared off inside the Calgary Saddledome with the home side holding off a late rally to prevail again... Read more
Two slogans "Show us your Regina" and "The City that Rhymes with Fun" have received criticism online since the relaunch.
What factors affect the health of the North Saskatchewan watershed, and what is being done to improve water quality and quantity as we continue to feel the effects of climate change?
Regina Pats’ captain Connor Bedard reached the 70 goal mark on the season in Regina’s 4-2 win over the Blades in Saskatoon on Sunday.
The city that rhymes with fun. Show us your Regina. Some people on social media aren’t liking the new Experience Regina branding and slogans one bit. Dr. JoLee Sasakamoose, an associate professor at the University of Regina, posted on Facebook the new branding is hypersexualized and racist... Read more
The Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation (STF) wants to see the provincial government commit to an investment of at least $400 million more for public education when officials deliver the annual budget later this week.... Read more
After more than a decade of having what the Saskatchewan Party government considered a revenue problem, Finance Minister Donna Harpauer will unveil a rare spending problem Wednesday.... Read more