A teepee was re-erected in front of the Saskatchewan Legislature after people were made to take it down by park and provincial authorities earlier this week.
Vancouver police say there's a new twist on a Canada Revenue Agency scam they've been warning the public about and the swindle involves being arrested.
Less than a week after police and government officials ordered the removal of the Justice for Our Stolen Children camp, the tipi is being put back up.
The man convicted of the 2016 mass shooting in La Loche, Sask., is appealing his adult sentence, with his lawyers contending that the judge failed to consider tests set out in the Youth Criminal Justice Act.
RCMP are investigating two suspected drug overdoses this week involving young men in a small western Saskatchewan town.
Investigators believe a sudden death in Kindersley, Sask., may be the result of a drug overdose.
The new Souls Harbour building is well under construction and is set to open December of this year.
Japan and South Korea have banned wheat imports from Canada after GMO wheat was found in an Alberta field. Wendy Winiewski talks to an expert who explains how it may have ended up there.
Japan and South Korea have banned wheat imports from Canada after GMO wheat was found in an Alberta field.
Downtown Regina echoed with music, as more than 1,000 people participated in National Indigenous Peoples Day on Thursday.
Defence lawyers for the La Loche shooter claim the judge ignored evidence of fetal alcohol syndrome, cognitive issues and Gladue factors when she handed down an adult sentence to the now 20-year-old man.
Police say a 58-year-old woman received a phone call on Wednesday afternoon from someone claiming to be from the agency, who said she owed $6,000 in taxes and there was a warrant for her arrest.
The defence for the La Loche school shooter is seeking an appeal based on seven grounds. Ryan Kessler reports.
Global News at 6 on Global Regina for Thursday, June 21. Hosted by Carlyle Fiset.
Dozens of people marked National Indigenous Peoples Day by returning to the site of the Justice for Our Stolen Children camp in front of the legislative building.
The defence for the La Loche school shooter is seeking an appeal based on seven grounds.
Ronald Fatteicher’s daughter-in-law and a neighbour escaped unhurt while he tore the house down.
A private member's bill introduced by NDP MP Georgina Jolibois was stuck at second reading when the House of Commons rose Wednesday for the summer break.
Saskatchewan Roughrider Duron Carter won’t have a conviction on his record even though he pleaded guilty to drug possession after getting caught with marijuana-laced chocolate chip cookies at the Winnipeg airport.
By paNOW Staff The so-called 'Woods' wildfire, burning 13 kilometres from the northern community of Southend, has grown by another 80 per cent since Wednesday. The Ministry of Environment said the blaze, located at the southern tip of Reindeer Lake, was measured at 5,500 hectares, or roughly 55 square kilometres, late Thursday. ... Read More