#JustCurious: A zipper merging lesson
#JustCurious Here's a lesson in how to zipper merge
#JustCurious Here's a lesson in how to zipper merge
The trial of a man charged in connection to the death of his brother was set to get underway in Regina on Monday but now faces a delay.
Recent downpours have frustrated tenants of a Regina low income housing complex. They say their parking lot floods with every heavy rain and the landlord has not taken steps to improve drainage.
On Monday, Jeremy O’Day, Saskatchewan Roughriders General Manager and Vice President of Football Operations, met with media to discuss the team ahead of Week 1 of the regular season.
After the next provincial election, there's guaranteed to be a fresh face representing a Saskatoon constituency.
Police in the community of Elbow, Sask. are searching for two vandals, who spray painted vulgar, anti-police statements onto the local RCMP detachment.
Drivers with 'excessively loud' vehicles will soon be subject to new rules from SGI, mandating that all light vehicles must be quieter than 101.3 decibels.
A man and woman are facing gun-related charges following a hit-and-run incident that left a vehicle on its roof, Regina Police Service (RPS) said in a news release.
Mosaic - a Festival of Cultures returned for the first time since 2019 this past weekend and all-in-all was a massive success, according to the festival’s chair Nish Prasad.
At the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities convention in February, reeves passed a resolution asking the Water Security Agency to require those who are illegally draining to remediate their unapproved works.
A dangerous driving arrest that occurred in the early hours of Sunday morning in Regina led to several drug related charges for two people.
The Saskatchewan NDP is describing the Sask. Party's approach to school funding "last-minute budget chaos."
A widespread heat warning remains in effect Monday for Regina and parts of eastern and southeastern Saskatchewan.
Regina saw an eight percent decrease in home sales in May 2023 compared to the same time one year ago, a report from Saskatchewan Realtors Association (SRA) says.
Team Canada came up short of the gold in the 2023 World Para Hockey Championship final as Team USA took the top prize for the fourth consecutive year.
It's a milestone Luke Lawrence didn't imagine when he started the charitable organization that brings joy to children in difficult situations.
Parents who depend on a Regina daycare say they've been forced to scour the city for new child care spots with little notice.
Residents in Regina's northwest neighbourhoods were in for a surprise over morning coffee, when several moose appeared to be taking a stroll through the streets.
Logan Green Park celebrated its official opening Thursday, aligning with Parks and Recreation Month.
One of Yorkton’s two canola crush plants is getting set to expand its operations by double.
The Blades drafted Benjamin Bowtell in the sixth round of the 2023 Bantam Draft back in April.
A whisky brand co-founded by actor Kiefer Sutherland says it has raised more than $100,000 for relief efforts related to the ongoing Nova Scotia wildfires.
Jessica Tuomela is a swimmer and triathlete, and has been on the podium at the Paralympics, but says the feeling returning a missing person home safely is no comparison.
La Pimenterie's Curry Verde is the hot new thing on 'Hot Ones,' a hit celebrity interview show on YouTube.
A burnt metal frame of a trampoline offers a tiny trace of the young family who until Sunday, lived on Jenna Lane.
WATCH: The Marilyn Denis show is winding down. Hear the host's top memories here:
WATCH: Nelson Bird brings you this week’s edition of Indigenous Circle.
WATCH: CJ Katz shares her recipe for Grilled Focaccia in this week’s edition of the Wheatland Café.
WATCH: Police search for suspects in another edition of Crime Stoppers.
Footage captures the moments after singer Taylor Swift swallowed a big while onstage at a concert in Chicago.
Prince Harry entered a courtroom witness box Tuesday, swearing to tell the truth in testimony against a tabloid publisher he accuses of phone hacking and other unlawful snooping.
Canada's emergency preparedness minister says images of wildfires burning across the country are some of the most severe ever witnessed in Canada and the current forecast for the next few months indicates the potential for continued higher-than-normal fire activity.
Many Canadian parents are stretching themselves thin — even going as far as to postpone their retirement in some cases — in order to help pay for their children’s education, according to a new survey.
The wall of a major dam in a part of southern Ukraine that Moscow controls collapsed Tuesday, triggering floods, endangering Europe's largest nuclear power plant and threatening drinking water supplies as both sides in the war rushed to evacuate residents and blamed each other for the emergency.
Police in Australia are investigating the suspicious death of a woman who used to live in Surrey, BC, after her body was found in her apartment on the outskirts of Sydney.
Canada’s housing market saw the largest improvement in affordability in nearly four years in the first quarter of 2023, according to a report from economists at the National Bank of Canada.
It will take Torontonians who make over $236,000 per year about 25 years to save for a down payment on a house, according to a new housing affordability report. But, the report also notes the real estate market is seeing improvement in affordability.
Officials warn 2023 is on track to be the worst fire season ever seen in Canada, smoke and haze makes air quality poor across the country, and the federal prison service is reconsidering its decision to move Paul Bernardo to a medium-security jail.
Equifax Canada says credit demand was high in the first quarter of the year while the mortgage market saw a significant slowdown.
An investigation has begun after a plane crashed with no survivors following a chase with fighter jets over D.C. Joy Malbon reports.