STOCKHOLM - Canada’s Denis Shapovalov advanced to the final of an ATP tournament for the first time in his career on Saturday. The 20-year-old from Richmond Hill, Ont., defeated Japan’s Yuichi Sugita 7-5, 6-2 in the semifinals of the Stockholm Open. Shapovalov will... Read more
RCMP have identified the victim as Ryan John Gatzke, and have confirmed his death was the result of a homicide.
Battlefords RCMP are investigating the death of a 27-year-old man in Battleford early Friday morning as a murder. The forensic identification unit and the major crimes unit remain on scene and continue to investigate the circumstances leading to the man’s death, but RCMP can confirm he was a... Read more
TORONTO - Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer is refusing to say whether his party hired a consulting firm to attack the People’s Party of Canada. The Globe and Mail reports that strategist Warren Kinsella and his firm Daisy Group were hired to “seek and destroy” Maxime Bernier... Read more
The Saskatoon fire department has deemed two shed fires, which broke out in the alley behind Bell Crescent, as "suspicious."... Read more
A suspicious death in Battleford is now being investigated as a homicide by RCMP, and police are asking anyone with information regarding the incident to come forward.... Read more
ST-JEROME, Que. - A Quebec man has been found guilty of first-degree murder in the 2017 stabbing death of his ex-wife and the fatal beating of an elderly stranger in order to steal his car. The jury returned the two verdicts today during its third day of... Read more
The Saskatchewan Roughriders beat the B.C. Lions 27 19 in Vancouver Friday night.
The creation of the Meewasin Valley Authority proved so controversial that former Saskatchewan premier Roy Romanow thinks he may have paid the ultimate political price for his role in its conception.... Read more
On March 12, 1919 — more than 100 years ago — St. Mary's Roman Catholic Parish was officially incorporated by Bishop Albert Pascal of the Diocese of Prince Albert, the jurisdiction under which the parish fell at the time.... Read more
The Saskatoon Hilltops remain on course for a perfect season, but perfection is still four wins away.... Read more
Here are two strikingly different memoirs (both Coteau, $24.95) from two Saskatchewan women.... Read more
Touchstone Developments Corporation opened a new show home in Saskatoon's east side earlier this year. The Benchmark floor plan has been a popular one for the builder since they debuted it in phase one of the Brighton neighbourhood.... Read more
The Saskatoon StarPhoenix and Regina Leader-Post are delving into some of the most pressing issues affecting Saskatchewan voters during the election campaign. Today, we look at issues affecting Indigenous communities that have come up during the campaign.... Read more
Contract talks with the provincial government and school board trustees are "approaching" an impasse over issues related to classroom size and composition, says the president of the Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation.... Read more
In the 1959 election John Diefenbaker made a promise in his campaign that he would extend the voting franchise to the “Indians” and appoint an Indian to the Senate. In 1960 he made good on both promises, appointing James Gladstone, a member of the Blood tribe in southern Alberta, to the Senate and... Read more
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As New Dance Horizons prepares to host a “ball” in Regina next weekend, Robin Poitras advises watching Paris is Burning on Netflix.... Read more
So Monday comes down to a choice between the false feminist with bizarre and yet-unexplained affection for blackface versus the resume-padding half-American who won't really come clean on what he plans to do.... Read more
As Dale Dewar approached a group of eight men with tattoos, muscle shirts and long hair as they stood on a Fort Qu’Appelle street, the self-described “75-year-old little, old lady” and Green Party candidate thought about what she likely had in common with them.... Read more
The stars have aligned for organizers to promote the Prairie Classic as a truly unique and affordable sporting experience.... Read more
With only a week left until two NHL teams descend on the Queen City along with thousands of eager fans for the 2019 Heritage Classic, local businesses are preparing for an influx of customers — and their cash.... Read more
Almost a decade after 23 Carmichael Outreach clients were evicted from an unsafe, substandard radio station-turned-apartment building, they are getting the money owed to them by their former landlord who has finally stepped up and paid up.... Read more
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Saskatoon police officers had a busy Friday night and Saturday morning responding to weapons-related calls. It started around 9:40 p.m. when a 13-year-old girl and her friends said someone on a balcony pointed a gun at them as they walked on the 200 block of Avenue V South. The investigation led... Read more
Saskatoon firefighters responding to a shed fire at 41 Bell Crescent at 1:55 a.m. Saturday quickly realized they had more work ahead than expected. Just a few houses down, at 45 Bell Crescent, another shed was on fire. Crews quickly extinguished the flames at the first shed and a nearby fence. They... Read more
WASHINGTON - The State Department has completed its internal investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of private email and found violations by 38 people, some of whom may face disciplinary action. The investigation, launched more than three years ago, determined... Read more
Dear members of the Regina Public Schools board who voted against the Pride motion,... Read more
Jo Ann Moffatt has been through a lot of pain, both physical and emotional. Now a treatment option she says offered relief unlike anything else is on hold.
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People are fussin’ and fightin’ over the issues of the day (or the mudslinging of the hour on Twitter). Lawn signs are out in full. The part that scares me the most? The door knockers.
In major blow to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, U.K. lawmakers voted Saturday to postpone a decision on whether to back his Brexit deal with the European Union, throwing a wrench into government plans to leave the bloc at the end of this month.
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As we enter the final weekend before all ballots are cast, each of the three main federal parties is putting forward the messages they hope will resonate and inspire any undecided or unmotivated voters.
OTTAWA - Setting up supervised injection sites at federal institutions is the way to go if the Correctional Service plans to continue making needles available to drug-using inmates, prison guards say. The Union of Canadian Correctional Officers says one such injection site at Drumheller... Read more
A Regina church has confirmed it was involved in an email campaign ahead of a controversial Regina public school board vote this week.
TORONTO - This has been a lucrative weekend for someone in Quebec. A single ticket sold in the province claimed the $32 million jackpot in Friday night’s Lotto Max draw. The jackpot for the next draw on Oct. 22 will be approximately $10 million. The Canadian Press Read more