A massive revamp of Saskatoon Transit has been approved by city councillors. More
Despite some strong opposition, protected bike lanes will be staying in downtown Saskatoon.
The Canadian Western Agribition got underway in Regina on Monday with new and unusual event.
The Chief Justice of Saskatchewan's Court of Queen's Bench will preside over the murder trial of Gerald Stanley, the Biggar area farmer accused of shooting and killing Colten Boushie.
Family members of Indigenous women who have been murdered in Saskatchewan or are still missing are travelling to Saskatoon this week to take part in hearings as part of the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.
Indigenous and non-Indigenous youth will come together in Saskatoon to share their stories through art in hopes of building a better Canada.
The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations, along with the chief of the Pasqua First Nation and the family of Haven Dubois voiced their concerns with the chief coroner's office.
Canadian weather forecasters are split over what kind of winter we can expect in 2018 - and how much of a role global warming has to play.
Saskatchewan fans react to Sunday's loss in the CFL East final.
Saskatoon high school student Nomi Whittingstall says it’s not easy being a teenager and being unsure exactly who you are — but it helps when you have a safe space like the Gay Straight Alliance group to turn to.
Cody Fajardo's one-yard TD run with 23 seconds remaining rallied the Toronto Argonauts to a wild 25-21 East Division final win over the Saskatchewan Roughriders on Sunday afternoon.readcomments video
In response to a public attack launched at the same-sex couple in Kelowna on October 21 a string of B.C. businesses are standing up for LGBTQ rights with a rainbow sticker campaign.
In Saskatchewan there are no adoption agencies. Instead all adoption is handled by the ministry of social services which is assisted by groups like Adoption Support Centre of Saskatchewan.
The Prince Albert Police Service is asking for help to locate a missing 42-year-old woman.
Chronic pain, criminal charges and a Chinese website: A father's struggle to help his son's opioid addiction
The RCMP has charged 27-year-old Kelsey Isley with one count of possession of fentanyl derivatives and one count of unlawfully importing fentanyl derivatives into Canada. His father, Greg, says Kelsey's addiction is the consequence of a long-term struggle with chronic pain, and an early introduction to opioids without knowing the risks.
A humanitarian from Saskatchewan who was assaulted on a work trip says the number of survivors who are speaking out demonstrates that the world is ready for change.
It was a successful return to form for the Saskatchewan Rush in a pre-season game against the Georgia Swarm.
Environment Canada has issued a snowfall warning for parts of northern Saskatchewan Sunday and Monday.
Canadian National Railway has posted nearly 100 job opportunities in Saskatchewan, several years after demand slowed and layoffs hit the company.
Fans of the Thompson brothers, a family of pro-level lacrosse players from Syracuse, N.Y., call their heroes by their first names. They identify with the pro athletes, and look to them for inspiration. Jeremy, Lyle, Miles and Jerome make sure to deliver.
When Jasmine Streisel adopted her mastiff, he was malnourished and covered in mange. Now, she believes her new dog named Arlo was one of 12 dogs seized by animal protection workers from a Saskatchewan dog breeder now facing animal cruelty charges.
It's division final weekend in the CFL, as four teams vie for the right to play for the Grey Cup in Ottawa on Nov. 26. Here's a look at what to expect in the Saskatchewan-Toronto and Edmonton-Calgary matchups on Sunday.
Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations Chief Bobby Cameron has responded to survivors of the Sixties Scoop who criticized his call for the province to pay them $200 million, saying the dollar figure was just a suggestion to spur discussion about compensation.
Rider Nation is on its way to Toronto, and if the fandom has its way, the Argonauts will be facing a sea of green as the Saskatchewan Roughriders take them on to battle for a spot at the 2017 Grey Cup.
It's nearly summer in Antarctica — but that doesn't mean it's much of an escape from the Saskatchewan winter, says a Saskatoon man currently stationed there.
'I've switched to multi-partisan': Political supporters of all stripes buying Sask. Party memberships
Would you buy a membership to a political party you don’t usually support? That’s what several Saskatoon residents have been doing in the lead up to the Saskatchewan Party and NDP leadership elections.
Deaf music fans in Canada say insufficient laws and lack of support leave them shut out when their favourite artists come to town.video
Many families who have attended hearings of the national inquiry say the follow-up emotional and mental health support after testifying is inadequate.
Treaty education in Saskatchewan is continuing to adapt and change since it was made mandatory in the province’s schools a decade ago, but some say there’s still room for growth.
'My son's life has changed': Mother of injured Sask. hockey player warns of danger of hits from behind
A teen from Outlook, Sask., may never be able to play hockey again after he was checked from behind at a hockey camp in April.
A 20-year-old St. Brieux resident entered a guilty plea in Melfort provincial court to several charges under provincial wildlife legislation.
A recent report released by the Johnson Shoyama School of Public Policy about legalizing and regulating marijuana suggested Saskatchewan hemp farmers could help facilitate a successful marijuana industry if they choose to cross over.
The federal Conservatives, New Democrats and Liberals have chosen who they want to run in a byelection for the Battleford-Lloydminster riding.
A Saskatchewan MP says it's time the for a national plan to end homelessness in Canada.
Tyler Morin was working hard to leave behind the life of crime, drugs and gangs that had defined him, says one of his friends.
A Saskatchewan dog breeder is facing animal cruelty charges after 12 dogs were seized from his property earlier this year.
Five candidates for the race to become leader of the Saskatchewan Party, and thus premier of the province, have released their fundraising numbers.
A group of survivors from the Sixties Scoop is concerned with comments made by Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations Chief Bobby Cameron.
A 33-year-old man from Delmas, Sask., is facing three charges related to the alleged downloading and sharing of child pornography over the Internet.
The province's eight Catholic school boards are looking to raise $300,000 to fund an appeal to the Theodore decision, which ruled Sask. cannot fund non-Catholic students to attend Catholic schools.
In their latest look at politics in Saskatchewan, CBC's Political Panel looks at the race for premiership and the province's promised apology for its role in the Sixties Scoop.audio
A 15-year-old Saskatoon boy pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the death of 26-year-old Dylan Phillips. Two other accused are still facing first-degree murder charges.
Sometimes a sketch is the only way police can provide the public with an image of a suspect. Saskatchewan police rely on their part-time forensic sketch artists to help create these images.video
Saskatchewan Environment Minister Dustin Duncan says he's negotiating a deal with federal counterpart Catherine McKenna on carbon.
The province's justice minister says he doesn't want to see the government get into the pot business
Weight stigma is “so ingrained into the fabric of our society” that it’s often invisible, says a counsellor and body image coach.
Missing person reports are the second most frequent call police receive, and the cases keep piling up.
Canada and the United Kingdom have enticed 18 other nations to adopt their mutual goal of weaning themselves off coal-fired power — but at least two provinces are trying to negotiate their way out of the federal government's own domestic plan.
The Opposition is joining the call for Saskatchewan to compensate victims of the Sixties Scoop.
A dispute over a small bill at a Winkler, Man., bowling alley ended in the death of Saskatoon's Zachary Straughan after his attacker became the target of racial slurs, a court has heard.
Environment Canada is installing a new, state-of-the-art radar near Radisson, Sask. It’s being installed to replace aging equipment, and Saskatchewan is the first province to receive an upgrade.
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