The Toronto Rock have send a conditional draft pick to Saskatchewan Rush in exchange for forward Dan Taylor.
With distracted driving being the number-one cause of traffic collisions in Saskatchewan, the Regina Police Service (RPS) has partnered with Regina Transit and SGI to conduct Operation Bus Cop, which begins this week.
Students at a Martensville elementary school are not allowed to bring their cellphones to class.
Saskatoon police are targeting drivers making U-turns in school zones due to an increase in violations and complaints.
Saskatoon police are searching for Julia McCallum who has been reported missing.
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Gerald Stanley to make North Battleford court appearance on unsafe storage of firearms charges.
Rosie & the Riveters perform “Ms. Behave’ from their upcoming album of the same name.
Nancy Kube and Shayan Shirazi talk about how the best buddies program at the University of Saskatchewan is helping people with intellectual disabilities.
Jill from Dutch Growers in Saskatoon with tips on adding spring colours to homes.
A serious disease that affects canola crops has returned to the province — and the Ministry of Agriculture is trying to tackle the problem before it gets worse.
The adult chapter of Girls Rock Camp gives women a chance to learn an instrument, form a band, and write their own songs.
The Saskatchewan community of Lafleche is looking to score support and votes to win the $250,000 Kraft Hockeyville grand prize.
A serious disease that affects canola crops has returned to Saskatchewan and the Ministry of Agriculture is trying to tackle the problem before it gets worse.
There was a celebration of life held on March 18 for Lyle Sanderson. Derek Bidwell has more on the legendary Saskatchewan Huskies track and field coach.
The adult chapter of Girls Rock Camp gives women a chance to learn an instrument, form a band, and write their own songs. Rebekah Lesko reports.
The Sunday, March 18, 2018 edition of Global News at 6 with Angie Seth on Global Saskatoon.
The team’s disappointing performance in the last month of their season contributed to the decision, according to the Saskatoon Blades hockey club. Ryan Flaherty reports.
The Prince Albert Raiders lost to the Saskatoon Blades on Saturday at SaskTel Centre. Megan Robinson with the highlights.