The cartoon shows hockey players representing other provinces supporting a hockey player from Saskatchewan after 16 players and staff with the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team were killed when their bus collided with a transport truck.
The provincial government has expanded its Take Home Naloxone program to give free naloxone kits to people who may witness an overdose.
The short-term goal of the SJHL’s trauma assistance program is to support players, families and billets affected by the Humboldt Broncos bus crash.
By paNOW Staff The RCMP have requested help from the public locating a missing Big River First Nation man. Police said Elvis Gilbert Bird was last seen in the village area of Ahtahkakoop Cree Nation April 13 at approximately 1 p.m. Bird is known to frequent Ahtahkakoop, police said, along with Montreal Lake Cree Nation. Bird was described as a 32-year-old Indigenous male, 5’6” tall, weighing 165 lbs, with black hair and brown eyes. Anyone with information on Bird was asked to contact their local police service, Shellbrook RCMP, or Crime Stoppers. ... Read More
A fine levied against the Big River First Nation has been upped to $100,000 from $10,000 after a Crown appeal.
More details on a high-profile benefit concert for the Humboldt Broncos will be released Wednesday morning.
Daycare workers are upset with the pace of negotiations toward a new contract and say the employer wants to impose cutbacks. About 6,000 children are affected by the walkout.
The Bank of Canada decided to keep its benchmark interest rate right where it is on Wednesday.
By Bryan Eneas A legal argument over the term "individual" could have a big financial impact on one Saskatchewan First Nation. ... Read More
The funeral for Dayna Brons, the athletic therapist for the Humboldt Broncos, will be held in Humboldt on Wednesday morning.
Saskatoon fire fighters combating massive fire after two explosions reportedly happened on the top floor of the construction site.
The report shows Canada emitted 704 million tonnes in 2016. While that is down 1.4 per cent from the year before, Environmental Defence’s national program manager says the decrease is so small it’s nothing to get excited about.
The president of the University of Regina Faculty Association is slamming the institution's decision to install cameras into final exam rooms, in an effort to combat cheating.
More than 99 per cent of Saskatchewan residents have "no fault" insurance, which could preclude them from suing for pain and suffering damages if they were in an accident.
Flames and smoke were seen shooting from a multi-unit building on Lorne Avenue and Circle Drive Wednesday morning.
The protest provided an unexpected start to what is expected to be a packed day of meetings for Trudeau in London, where he will meet the Queen and British Prime Minister Theresa May.
One of the first people on the scene of the Humboldt Broncos bus crash has new ink in memory of the team.
Organizers say they've booked the city's SaskTel Centre for a music event on April 27 to honour those affected by the hockey team’s fatal bus crash.
Saskatoon police say crystal meth and guns are becoming more frequent on the city's streets.
'There's just so much to look at': Broncos crash investigation could take months, says former investigator
Only basic details about the fatal April 6 Humboldt Broncos bus crash have been released, and a veteran crash investigator says it can often be weeks before a clear picture surrounding a crash is defined, while more complex investigations can take months to complete.