On Wednesday morning Lumsden RCMP made a large drug bust on Highway 11.
Canada’s premiers are meeting and disagreeing in New Brunswick, at least when it comes to carbon pricing. Ontario Premier Doug Ford is teaming up with Saskatchewan Premier Doug Ford to try to kill Ottawa’s plan to impose a national carbon tax. Ross Lord reports.
Former Roughrider and Tiger-Cat Andy Fantuz announced his retirement before Thursday night’s game between Hamilton and Saskatchewan.
The RCMP are hoping that by releasing a composite sketch of a suspect, someone will provide them with a tip in a Lloydminster sexual assault investigation.
A Swift Current boy is facing a charge of possession of an explosive without lawful excuse.
The Saskatchewan government wants a court to order protesters who are camping outside the legislature to leave.
Fans react to the retirement of Andy Fantuz.
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The number of people receiving employment insurance benefits in Saskatchewan has dropped by 10.7 per cent in the last year.
Windy weekend with a risk of storms ahead in Saskatoon’s weather forecast. Meteorologist Peter Quinlan tells us how cool it will get.
Saskatchewan Agriculture said crop conditions vary from fair to excellent depending on moisture levels.
The Saskatchewan government said it 2017-18 spending $303 million more than it took in, as the deficit came in smaller than originally projected.
Windy weekend with a risk of storms ahead in Saskatoon's weather forecast.
Meet Thea, an energetic three-month-old Labrador retriever mix puppy at the Saskatoon SPCA who will do well in a home that will keep her active and busy.
Saskatoon police responded to a disturbance Thursday morning and now believe a man is barricaded inside an Avenue R South home.
Dr. Andrew Potter has been with Saskatoon-based VIDO-Intervac for over 30 years, including 11 leading the world-class facility.