Scott Moe tweets that if fuel tanks start running dry on the West Coast, Saskatchewan won’t be stepping in to fill them up.
By Bryan Eneas The Rossignol High School robotics club is becoming a force to be reckoned with. Students in the Île-à-la-Crosse club had a strong showing at Saskatchewan Polytechnic's Sumobot challenge, placing second at the Skills Canada Provincial Competition in Regina April 13. “We were pretty pleased, to say the least,” Dave Dalton, the math and science teacher who runs the club said about the silver medal. ... Read More
Residential school survivor Bernice Daigneault wrote an open letter to Pope Francis on March 30 after he decided last month not to apologize for the Catholic Church's role in the schools.
A union representing taxi drivers in Saskatchewan is calling for safety shields in vehicles.
Premier Scott Moe says Saskatchewan will join Alberta in a fight with B.C. over the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion by introducing its own legislation on oil exports.
Charlie Clark will deliver his second State of the City address to a crowd at TCU Place at noon on Tuesday.
Snow fell on Saskatoon Tuesday morning. Winter weather is still expected to hit other central and south central parts of the province.
The Minister responsible for Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming says more information will be released on marijuana store applicants later this week.
The alert means residents should be prepared to leave immediately if an evacuation order is issued.
By Charlene Tebbutt The Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association and Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities are urging municipal representatives across Saskatchewan to prepare for the legalization of cannabis. Both SUMA and SARM were among organizations across the country that worked with the Federation of Canadian Municipalities to research and develop an informational guide to legalization. The federal government is expected to make cannabis legal in Canada in the coming months, and both SUMA and SARM are urging municipalities to be prepared. ... Read More
Parts of Saskatchewan are under a special weather statement for up to 10 centimetres of snow.
A memorial is to be held Tuesday for four players with the Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team who called the Edmonton area home.
A Saskatoon woman was arrested April 13 and charged with cocaine trafficking, more than a year after she was first charged with cocaine trafficking in August 2016.
Gerald Stanley, found not guilty of second-degree murder in the shooting death of Colten Boushie, pleads guilty to unsafe storage of an unrestricted firearm. Meaghan Craig reports.
Theron’s video has racked up 3.4 million views since it debuted five weeks ago, making it the most popular clip of the season. The effect led right back to Dawson’s sauce. Dawson’s Hot Sauce creator says sales are up 10 times from this time last year.
Instead of spending his days at hockey practise, Brayden Camrud is now attending all the funerals for his Humboldt Broncos teammates and the others who perished in a collision with a semi that killed 16 people.
Trudeau’s National Assembly speech is expected to touch on the rise of nationalism, populism and xenophobia.
A celebration of life will be held in Edmonton on Tuesday afternoon, to honour the lives of four Humboldt Broncos players killed in a devastating bus crash a little over one week ago.
Saskatchewan Government Insurance is set to acquire a $3 million stake in an Alberta-based online insurance broker in an effort to develop its own online technology.