The long awaited 2023-24 provincial budget will be unveiled in the Legislature on Wednesday afternoon, outlining the government’s taxation and spending plans for next year.
Saskatchewan RCMP say a 45-year-old man in the Maidstone area is "at high risk to breach conditions involving youth."
Wendy Fang's connection to art and junior hockey goes back over a decade, often with a pencil in hand before watching Sidney Crosby's golden goal at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics
Documents obtained by CUPE show that the Saskatchewan government is potentially paying millions of dollars for private staffing solutions in the health-care sector.
A Nipawin doctor has been charged with unprofessional conduct after pleading guilty to criminally harassing his ex-girlfriend.
Saskatchewan families still worried about Groceries prices, despite inflation growth rate slow down.
New data shows that 55% of people in Saskatchewan say their financial position has grown worse over the last year. That's second highest in the country.
'The intensity is going to be there': Brothers prepare to ref Hoopla baseketball championship in Prince Albert
As high school basketball teams from across the province prepare to hit the court this weekend for Hoopla, three of the refs are prepared to make history on the hardwood because they are brothers, and it will be a first for the games.
Frances Sreedhar has been logging some serious mileage in her goal to help others.
The Saskatchewan Roughriders are hoping to find their next long-time starters this week in Edmonton. The CFL combine gets underway Wednesday, when many of the top CFL draft prospects will try to show staffs from around the league they can contribute at the pro level. Riders general manager Jeremy O... Read more
John Paddock has seen Connor Bedard do some amazing things with the Regina Pats. But Paddock also has seen fans do some concerning things when it comes to the 17-year-old phenom. “I think (the attention Bedard generates) is way past what it should be and way past what we expected it to be,” Paddock... Read more
Vice-Chief Heather Bear said this conference is to empower people and to discuss the critical situations First Nations are currently going through with drugs and alcohol.
Three times a week Erick Zabos drives from his home near Gronlid to Tisdale Hospital for his dialysis treatment. Since gas rose in price in March he estimates he’s spending an extra $50 a week.
As smooth as a fresh sheet of hockey ice, there were no complaints about logistics, parking or anything else during the Saskatoon Blades-Regina Pats soldout WHL game Sunday at SaskTel Centre. While the Blades lost 4-2 to the Pats, SaskTel Centre executive director Scott Ford said by all accounts,... Read more
A one-time, $305,000 grant from the Saskatchewan government will help cover the cost of assigning two new alternative response officers (AROs) to the area around the Saskatoon Tribal Council's Emergency Wellness Centre.
Connor Bedard continues to face increasing popularity — and increasing pressures. His mom Melanie recently issued a statement about the lack of privacy that the family has dealt with. She said fans have been at their home looking to meet the hockey star to the point where they went in the... Read more
Hundreds of delegates from First Nations across the province are in Saskatoon this week for a wellness conference hosted by the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations.... Read more
It appears Saskatchewan MLAs won’t be getting a raise next month after all. Their pay is, in part, tied to inflation, so with high inflation numbers last year, the base MLA pay would have seen a $7,023.38 increase on April 1, bumping it up to $110,303 — not to mention an increase to the extra... Read more
Saskatoon police are investigating a stabbing and robbery that occurred early Tuesday. According to police, officers responded at around 1:15 a.m., to the 500 block of Third Avenue North for a call about an assault. At the scene, officers found a 34-year-old man who had been stabbed and robbed of... Read more
A man was seriously injured in a stabbing and robbery in the City Park neighbourhood, according to police.
The Crown has stayed a manslaughter charge against a man accused of involving a 14-year-old boy in a Saskatoon home invasion that resulted in the boy's death.... Read more
A team of researchers from the University of Saskatchewan has built an online memorial for those in Saskatchewan who died of COVID-19.
Inflation might be cooling off, but it’s not putting out the fire for those who own restaurants and bakeries in Canada. On Tuesday, the Government of Canada revealed that inflation across the country was down to 5.2 per cent for February, down from 5.9 per cent for the month of January. Mila... Read more
It’s said that there’s no such thing as bad press. But the City of Regina has received a lot of backlash from the rebrand of... Read more
The Saskatchewan government announced Tuesday that it's providing a one-time $305,000 grant to the Saskatoon Police Service to help pay for two alternative response officer positions.... Read more
New highly detailed images taken by the Canadian Light Source in Saskatoon will help cannabis researchers to discover optimal harvesting times for the plant.
After a conviction and sentencing in provincial court, a Court of Appeals judge has more than tripled the original sentence for a 2019 sexual assault in Prince Albert. Wade Merasty was found guilty in the sexual assault of an acquaintance. According to court documents, they were at a home and had... Read more
Leaders of a Saskatchewan First Nation are in Vancouver to launch plans to take over control of child welfare services for its members.
Saskatchewan uranium is about to become the source keeping lights on in Ukraine. Cameco president and CEO Tim Gitzel spent last weekend in London to meet with representatives of Ukraine’s state energy producer, Energoatom, to sign the papers of... Read more
Saskatchewan Polytechnic students may get a chance to try their hand at cannabis research, now that the school has been awarded federal licences to study the plants.
Regina's city-funded tourism organization says it will be "stringent" when planning future campaigns after its latest effort prompted a backlash online.
Operators of Saskatoon’s bar on wheels have more reason to raise a glass this summer. Pedal Pub owner Tate Bell told the 650 CKOM Morning Show on Tuesday they’re now licensed to sell alcohol while travelling around Saskatoon’s downtown. “We’ve worked the last two years... Read more
The Saskatoon Police Service is set to grow by two officers. On Tuesday, the Ministry of Corrections, Policing and Public Safety announced it was giving a one-time grant of around $305,000 to the service to fund two alternative response officer positions. “Government is proud to partner with... Read more
A report released by the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) indicates library workers in Saskatchewan face a growing number of violent incidents and harassment while on the job. There are 650 public library workers in the province. Just over 100 of them from the Regina, Saskatoon, North... Read more
A Saskatchewan Penitentiary inmate is turning to the Supreme Court of Canada after successive court decisions upheld the provincial nursing regulator's dismissal of his complaint.... Read more
Saskatoon police are urging caution after three coyotes were euthanized over the weekend.
Here's a look back on who was on 'Global News Morning Saskatoon' for Tuesday, March 21.
Saskatoon police say residents should call police at 306-975-8300 or 911 if they see an animal that could pose a threat to public safety.
8:30 – Cameco has officially signed the deal with Energoatom Ukraine’s state-owned nuclear energy to be the sole supplier of uranium for the next 12 years. Tim Gitzel , CEO of Cameo joins Taylor to explain what is next now that deal is official. LIVE Tim Gitzel... Read more
A Canadian city has just been named the worst in the country for bed bugs for the third year in a row.
By Jay D Haughton It can be challenging to move to Canada from another country for school but imagine being the only woman in the class. This is something that Harsh Saini, an international student from India faces, as she is the only woman in her Computer Engineering Technology... Read more