In a sport where millimetres can separate great teams from the merely good, elite curlers are turning to analytics more than ever to gain an advantage. It seems curling may finally be having its Moneyball moment.
Canada's latest greenhouse gas inventory report to the United Nations shows emissions are starting to trend downward, but not nearly at the rate needed to meet the country's international commitments under the Paris climate change accord.
A pair of Chilliwack doctors have been stopped from practising medicine after six years because they failed Canadian qualifying exams, leaving their patients wondering about their diagnoses and scrambling to find new doctors in a community already facing a shortage.
Some are questioning whether Alberta and Saskatchewan have the constitutional authority to limit oil and gas exports to British Columbia, as both provinces are threatening to do.
Edmonton Oilers captain Connor McDavid said Tuesday he hopes his visit to the Humboldt Broncos players in hospital helped to “put some smiles on some faces” and called the visit to Saskatchewan an emotional experience.
Some students at the University of Regina have begun sitting down to take their final exams, but this year they are being watched by cameras in some of the rooms.
Saskatchewan’s government is continuing a tax measure that’s gone relatively unnoticed since it was introduced in last year’s budget.
Community support for first responders, family and friends touched by the Humboldt Broncos bus crash tragedy is crucial now and in the weeks to come. Meaghan Craig reports.
A red sticker on your health card does not guarantee your organs or tissue will be donated when the time comes, said a critical care specialist who spent the past week at Royal University Hospital.
Surgery wait times have been on the rise in Saskatchewan over the past three years.
Despite concern about a local economic impact, Premier Scott Moe stands firm in plans to introduce legislation to block oil exports to British Columbia.
A prominent First Nations leader says an organization representing Canadian Catholic bishops misused his words in a mass email to parliamentarians aimed at pushing back against a motion calling on the Pope to apologize for residential schools.
Realtors say the vast majority will sell within months, but a new national survey says it's the price tags that are taking a major hit.
Gas prices have jumped in the Queen City.
Community support for first responders, family and friends touched by the Humboldt Broncos bus crash tragedy is crucial now and in the weeks to come.
Bots, fake news and cyber attacks are all obvious threats to our democratic process, Tim Harper writes.
Spring snow and winter weather is starting to take its toll on businesses in Regina.
Farmer Gerald Stanley was acquitted in Boushie’s August 2016 death earlier this year, sparking rallies and outrage across Canada.
Giuseppe Ursino tells court that he made up stories of mob connections to get money he was owed by the Crown’s star witness.
Latest move as tensions between the two provinces escalate over the proposed Trans Mountain pipeline expansion would lead to immediate court challenges, David Eby says.