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The Artful Dodger Cafe & Music Emporium is closing its doors after a final show Saturday night.
Jack Boan has spent 100 years making connections with people.
A man and woman are facing aggravated assault charges in relation to a Friday morning incident in Regina.
The fight over the controversial Quill Lakes water diversion channel is now headed to the courtroom.
The plane descended into trees and terrain with a wrecking path of at least a quarter of a kilometre, according to the Transportation Safety Board of Canada.
The Prince Albert Daily Herald announces it had reached an agreement with Star News Publishing for an employee buyout, with a deal expected to close in the near future.
If you purchased a gift card with any Spareparts store, you may be disappointed to know that you can't buy anything with it. The stores went into receivership with KPMG on Dec. 12.
Curtis Vey and Angela Nicholson are appealing convictions of conspiracy to commit murder. The lovers had been recorded plotting a plan to murder each other's spouses.
Canadians were supposed to be freed from cellphone unlocking fees come Dec. 1, but some with a Bell-locked phone have found they've had to fight for their freedom.
A man was taken into custody after a shooting in Dillon, Sask. on Thursday night, which precipitated a lockdown.
When you look for a clear definition of the term "two-spirit" you'll quickly find that there isn't one. An Oji-Cree storyteller from the Peguis First Nation in Manitoba wants to change that. Joshua Whitehead is a two-spirit poet and scholar who is currently working toward his PhD in Indigenous literature at the University of Calgary. Two-spirit, in the simplest sense, is an Indigenous person who is a member of the LGBTQ community.
The bakers share their favourite holiday bakes and recipes.
It may not be perfect to the trained eye, but American rapper Diddy's new vodka spot is sweeping social media — and it's cool with a couple of high-profile Canadian curlers.
The epidemic of youth suicide in Indigenous communities preyed on Cherie Dimaline's mind. But what could she — a writer — do to make a difference and to reach kids who might feel a little hopeless? Her solution: Write a novel where young, Indigenous people save the world.
The head of the construction association in the border city of Lloydminster has invited the two province’s trade ministers to the city to help resolve their dispute.
While investigators try to determine what caused the crash of an ATR-42 airplane in northern Saskatchewan Wednesday night, some aviation experts say the plane doesn't have a systemic history of safety issues.
Investigators will analyze two recorders to figure out what happened aboard the ATR 42 airplane that crashed near Fond-du-Lac, Sask. late Wednesday.
A Donovan, Sask.-area farmer who pleaded guilty to stealing more than $1 million in farm machinery will serve his jail sentence in the community.
A man and woman are facing 25 charges in relation to a 2016 case of neglect that saw five children removed from a Meadow Lake home.
A travel agent from Kindersley has pleaded guilty to a charge of fraud, after hundreds of complaints were lodged against T&T Travel.
A Prince Albert is facing charges after another man was accidentally shot and killed while hunting.
Horrible as Wednesday's airplane crash in Fond-du-Lac was, people in the remote northern Saskatchewan community will have to step foot on another plane sooner or later.video
The city of Regina is looking at extending the deadline for the company that operates a wastewater treatment plant in the city to fulfil an agreement to achieve a stress test on the infrastructure.
CBC Saskatchewan's auditorium was packed Friday morning as people gathered for an open house on Friday in Regina to support food banks with The Morning Edition's Sheila Coles during her farewell show.video
A research project, conducted by the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) and the University of Saskatchewan, has seen bison and cattle in this southwest part of Saskatchewan fitted with GPS collars that will help establish their grazing patterns.
A Regina woman says she was shocked and confused when she received a letter from her property manager that said smudging was not allowed in her home.
Willie John Laurent says one of the last things he remembers before Wednesday night's plane crash in Saskatchewan was it turning sideways in the air and the people aboard screaming.video
Help from premier's office for Sask. Party candidate creates impression of 'favouritism': political expert
After a Saskatchewan Party leadership candidate got some help from the premier's office on a topic that later came up in a leadership debate, a public policy expert is saying it's a problem if the premier's office is accused of taking sides in the race.
Just in time for the holidays, Saskatchewan Roughriders fans have a new season to celebrate and anticipate.
Alberta filed a trade injunction Thursday after Saskatchewan ignored its ultimatum in a spat over licence plates, said Economic Development Minister Deron Bilous.
The Taxpayers' Ombudsman says the onerous challenge for single parents to prove to the CRA their marital status and custody arrangements in order to hold onto their child benefits is a systemic problem, and not merely isolated cases.
The teen who pleaded guilty to killing six-week-old Nikosis Cantre is expected to speak in court on Friday morning.
After some last-minute reshuffling, the 18 pairings are set for Canada's mixed doubles curling trials. Now it's time to decide who will represent the country when this quirky version of the sport makes its Olympic debut.
A new poll from Insightrix Research suggests Saskatoon Mayor Charlie Clark is well-liked in his first year on the job.
Two Saskatchewan organizations say they are left in the dark about why their federal funding was cut for AIDS and HIV outreach work.
Marieke Knight is a firm believer in conserving water. She doesn't water her lawn. She doesn't leave her taps dripping. That's why when her water bill was nearly $4,000 last month, she was in complete shock.
After nearly a century, a largely bare patch of land on the north end of Regina Cemetery will become the site of a memorial to remember the victims of the deadly Spanish flu.
A West Wind Aviation plane carrying 22 passengers and three crew members crashed near the Fond-du-Lac, Sask., airport shortly after takeoff early Wednesday night, according to the RCMP. Several injuries were reported, but no fatalities.video
When people are facing death, Candy Josephson, a Regina death doula, says they should have conversations about their wants and needs with their loved ones.
The Saskatchewan Party's leadership election organizing committee, which is currently investigating a leadership debate complaint, include two members of Premier Brad Wall's senior staff — although they have recused themselves from any discussion on the matter.video
A former Winnipeg television news director accused of robbing banks in Alberta has been granted bail.video
A foster mother to five children in Prince Albert, Sask., says her heart sank when a Grinch stole her van that was carrying Christmas presents for her kids and an anniversary gift for her husband.
Alberta Economic Development and Trade Minister Deron Bilous says Saskatchewan has until midnight to drop its licence plate ban. Otherwise, Alberta will take the matter to court.
'It's OK to speak out' says whistleblower after investigator finds vote-buying in First Nation election
Cocaine, marijuana and tens of thousands of dollars in cash were used to bribe voters in a recent Saskatchewan First Nation election, says a report commissioned by the federal government.
A judge has sentenced Keith Napope to seven years after he was found guilty of robbing a man who was stabbed to death in 2014.
The province will receive slightly more than the appraised value of $25.7 million for its STC assets.
A group of 20 elementary students in Regina went on a holiday shopping trip Wednesday they won't soon forget.
It has been a trying week for Crystal Linka. The mother of three had received string of bad news after her 8-year-old son was hospitalized. So when she received a special phone call from Saskatoon businesswoman, Chantal Moloney, she couldn't stop the joyful tears.
The Saskatchewan government is putting more money into an action plan to control the spread of the mountain pine beetle into the province.
With less than seven months to go before recreational marijuana becomes legal, provinces and territories are scrambling to come up with plans to sell cannabis, but few details have emerged about what the retail experience of buying legal weed will be like.
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