More drugs laced with fentanyl are being confirmed in Saskatchewan.
The Government of Saskatchewan is pushing ahead with a plan to improve police presence in rural Saskatchewan without spending a whole lot of money.
Police are asking users to turn in the suspected drug to them without fear of arrest or prosecution.
Regina's Nikki Todd found herself back in her hometown for the first ever Queen City Open this past weekend.
Brides who have booked their wedding services through a Saskatchewan limo company are raising alarms that they may not have rides on their wedding day — or the money they’ve put into booking limousines — after social media reports began circulating about the health of the company.
Weyburn police are warning the public via twitter of suspected cocaine laced with fentanyl in the area.
Ann Thomas Callahan began residential school in the 1930s at age four. Despite facing challenges she pursued higher education, becoming one of the first Aboriginal nurses in Manitoba.
As a child, Fay Richardson wanted to dance, with the grace and movement of ballet captivating her. Now, at 79-years-old, she's doing just that.
Tessa Vanderkop, director of strategic relations for animal rights group Elephanatics, says when the petition was launched last year the hope was to get 1,000 signatures— and 'then it just went nuts'.
Canadian stand-up comedian and former Saturday Night Live Weekend Update anchor Norm Macdonald joined CTV Question Period to talk about political comedy in an era where Trump is the president of the United States, and whether Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has a talent for getting laughs.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Sunday questioned the impartiality of special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation and raised doubts about whether a fired top FBI official kept personal memos outlining his interactions with Trump.
The town of Lafleche, Sask., is in the running for $250,000 to rebuild and restore their hockey arena.
When the Kushner Cos. bought three apartment buildings in a gentrifying neighbourhood of Queens in 2015, most of the tenants were protected by special rules that prevent developers from pushing them out, raising rents and turning a tidy profit.