WINNIPEG - Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister says a list of demands by his Quebec counterpart presented to the prime minister last week is nothing more than “brokerage politics.” Pallister says if Justin Trude
MOOSE JAW, Sask. - Mac has given his caretakers in Moose Jaw, Sask., permission to once again make him the world’s tallest moose statue. The moose says he would even wear an RCMP Stetson or stilettos if it made him taller.
Regina police are looking for any information about two serious assaults over the weekend.
TORONTO - A Toronto woman convicted of terror charges grew increasingly preoccupied with the notion that the Canadian government was spying on her in the years before she carried out an attack at a Canadian Tire while draped in an ISIL banner
Starting in April, the federal government will take a new approach it says will mean a more predictable base of money for First Nations elementary and secondary schools.
Global News at 6 is at different locations around Saskatchewan to see how the first day of marijuana legalization is going around the province
The parents of the Humboldt Broncos trainer who died in last year’s bus crash has signed a House of Commons petition calling for the federal government to update trucking regulations.
A Saskatchewan hunter has set a new world record after bagging what conservation officials are calling a “deer of a lifetime.” Dennis Bennett, a member of the
VANCOUVER - A 51-year-old man has been arrested in the 2014 death of a two-year-old girl and North Vancouver Mounties say it’s believe she was poisoned by snake venom. Police say Henry Thomas had the girl in his care on May
Brendon Kozack from Villains Strength & Conditioning talks about the importance of sleep and tips to keep your New Year’s fitness resolutions on track.
The trial of a man charged with dangerous driving and criminal negligence entered its fifth day Monday, with the accused's nephew testifying about what remembered of the drive before the crash with a semi-trailer.
Human rights tribunal hearing challenge to rollback of sex-ed curriculum.
PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. - Tyler Tardi is in command at the Canadian junior curling championships. The two-time reigning champion skip guided his B.C. team to its fourth win in as many games with a 12-4 triumph over Newfoundland and Labrador in
By paNOW Staff Police have now released a picture of the person they believe was responsible for stealing letters and packages from the post office in Leask, just two days before Christmas. Some of the Christmas cards contained cash. The recycling bin at the post office was also stolen and used to carry the stolen items. ... Read More
Quebec passed a law creating a long gun registry in 2016 and has given owners until Jan. 29 to register their firearms or face penalties of up to $5,000.