Municipalities across Saskatchewan continue to monitor an “increase” in waste due to COVID-19. Daniella Ponticelli has the details.
The Saskatchewan government is reporting its first two deaths due to complications from COVID-19. As Roberta Bell reports, the news comes as the total number of cases in the province reaches 176.
The Saskatchewan Rattlers’ first crop of U SPORTS draft picks is excited to join the professional ranks once the COVID-19 pandemic has subsided. Read more
"We are currently reviewing the offer and will provide a detailed synopsis for the membership soon," Unifor Local 594 said in a Facebook post Monday afternoon
One family lawyer in Saskatoon says parents may be justified in breaking their custody orders, if they have a legitimate concern for their children's safety.
More than 4,000 students signed a petition for the University of Regina to implement a pass-fail grading system for the winter semester.
The University of Regina is allowing students to decide on a course-by-course basis how they will be graded on their courses during the COVID-19 pandemic. Allison Bamford reports on the four options the students are being given.
The Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan (APAS) said farmers lost about eight per cent of their income from the tax last year.
The Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan (APAS) said farmers lost about eight per cent of their income from the carbon tax last year.
Three people are dead and a five-year-old girl is in critical condition in what Prince Albert police are calling a “serious incident” in the northern Saskatchewan city.
As spring hints at making its entrance, what should Saskatchewanians look for as signs that the province is winning or losing the battle against COVID-19?
The University of Regina has released an outline of how students will be graded for the winter semester during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Saskatchewan RCMP say one of their officers has tested positive for COVID-19 and will continue self-isolating.
CALGARY - Former Calgary Stampeders running back Tim Petros has died. He was 58. Born and raised in Calgary, Petros played at the University of Calgary before joining his hometown CFL team in 1984. In 100 games from 1984 to 1990, Petros had 2,228 career rushing yards and 18 touchdowns while adding... Read more
A young artist is spending her time off from school creating beautiful sidewalk drawings to bring smiles to people's faces.
VANCOUVER - The B.C. Supreme Court is considering creative ways to deliver a decision in an extradition hearing for Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou as a global pandemic restricts travel and gatherings. Associate Chief Justice Heather Holmes convened a meeting Monday between Crown... Read more
Truckers delivering goods and supplies related to the COVID-19 pandemic response in Saskatchewan will be allowed to stay on the road a little longer.... Read more
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected every province and territory. Medical officers of health and Canada's chief public health officer are encouraging people to wash their hands, give each other space and wear a mask if they're sick. Ottawa has put money into health... Read more
Several Regina businesses and organizations have partnered up to create a new website aimed to inform and support local businesses and the community during the COVID-19 crisis.
The Saskatchewan government reclassified funeral homes and crematoria as critical public services days after being asked to do so, according to industry representatives.... Read more
Commercial truck drivers carrying essential supplies related to COVID-19 will be able to drive longer hours.
A look at some of the top quotes from across Canada on Monday in relation to COVID-19: "There's some donors, deceased organ donors, and we're not sending teams to procure those organs. It's quite tragic." - Dr. Atul Humar, past president of the Canadian Society of Transplantation, as... Read more
Two more correctional officers who work at the Saskatoon Correctional Centre have tested positive for COVID-19, the respiratory disease which has now sickened 176 people in Saskatchewan.... Read more
A Prince Albert RCMP officer has tested positive for COVID-19, Saskatchewan RCMP say.
A Saskatchewan RCMP officer has tested positive for COVID-19 and is now self-isolating.... Read more
Like many grocery stores in Regina, Lakeview Fine Foods is busier than usual during the COVID-19 pandemic.... Read more
The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) is developing ethical guidelines to prepare for the terrible prospect it might have to ration scarce resources due to a surge of COVID-19 patients.... Read more
Saskatchewan residents got sad but inevitable news Monday that the province has suffered its first two deaths as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.... Read more
VICTORIA - Vancouver's waterfront convention centre is being prepared as a health facility in British Columbia's fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, Health Minister Adrian Dix said Monday. The centre, which hosts about 500 trade shows, conventions and exhibitions annually, is being viewed as a... Read more
The Co-op Refinery Complex (CRC) says it has given the union its "best and final offer" — and now wants the Labour Relations Board to force a vote.... Read more
The Saskatchewan Health Authority released new guidelines Monday for donations as it tries to balance safety with residents' generosity and support.... Read more
A man who was trying to rescue his dog from the South Saskatchewan River on Sunday prompted a rescue effort by emergency responders.... Read more
Mayor Michael Fougere started his Monday update from City Hall sharing condolences with Saskatchewan's first deaths related to COVID-19.... Read more
Families raise concerns about not having online resources to keep students up to date with classes.
As truckers continue to deliver goods across the country during the COVID-19 pandemic, one Regina group of bloggers is providing some food and a thank-you to them. The guys from That Bearded Canuck blog teamed up with Mr Mikes Grasslands and Lowe’s to provide free lunches for truckers making... Read more
Several police services in Saskatchewan say they have not issued a ticket for violating the Public Health Act or Emergency Planning Act amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Edmonton Oilers and Calgary Flames have announced temporary staff reductions because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The moves on Monday come with nearly all major sports leagues and events suspended because of the novel coronavirus. The Calgary Sports and Entertainment (CSEC... Read more
University of Saskatchewan, University of Regina deciding how to grade students in an unprecedented term.
Saskatchewan communities are keeping a close eye on waste collection due to an "increase" in garbage due to more people staying at home amid COVID-19.
School boards in Regina have released some information about education will look like during the COVID-19 pandemic.