With a 108th Grey Cup berth in the Saskatchewan Roughriders (9-5) sights the only team left standing in their way are the Winnipeg Blue Bombers (11-3).
Saskatchewan reported 68 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday with no additional deaths.
XP League’s Regina chapter has added physical activities to its gamer training programs.
Matthew Ward scored on the power play with a shade over three minutes remaining to help lift the Swift Current Broncos to a 5-4 win over the Pats on Saturday night in Regina.
The Omicron variant of the virus that causes COVID-19 likely acquired at least one of its mutations by picking up a snippet of genetic material from another virus, possibly one that causes the common cold.
Former national chief of the Assembly of First Nations Phil Fontaine says he is keeping hope to his heart as he prepares to make a second trip to the Vatican to ask a pope to apologize for the Catholic Church's role in residential schools.
A public policy consultant says it is not necessary for the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) to disclose the reasons behind former CEO Scott Livingstone’s departure.
The Government of Saskatchewan has been billed for some of the costs associated with COVID-19 patient transfers to Ontario hospitals.
The University of Saskatchewan Huskies football team came up short in the Vanier Cup falling 27-21 to the University of Western Ontario Mustangs on Saturday.
Saskatchewan’s physicians are encouraging the province to “stay the course” with its current public health measures, as a way to reduce the severity of a fifth wave of COVID-19.
Several fully vaccinated Canadians have been forced to quarantine for two weeks after returning from day trips to the U.S. and failing to pre-register on the ArriveCAN app, a requirement for re-entry.
Saskatchewan reported 78 new COVID-19 cases on Friday, with one additional the death.
Jerseys designed by a 16-year-old Regina Pats super fan will be worn by the team during a game on Saturday against the Swift Current Broncos.
Regina police are investigating a weapons offence involving bear spray that took place on Thursday afternoon.
A Sask Curling Tour event in Wadena is giving a local man the chance to showcase his talent in his home town.
A Saskatchewan Roughriders player was involved in an incident at a Regina restaurant where the police were called, according to the team.
RCMP stopped six impaired drivers during daytime hours while conducting a traffic initiative in Yorkton.
Some of Saskatchewan’s rural communities continue to have lower than anticipated vaccination uptake, according to the latest COVID-19 modelling from the Government of Saskatchewan.
Luke McGeough, a Saskatchewan-based hockey referee, continues to honour his late father’s legacy by wearing his NHL jersey at his games.
A woman from Yorkton wrote and published her own children’s book.
For many Saint John, N.B. residents, the sight of a Volkswagen Beetle in front of an old-school barbershop on the city’s west side has become a sure sign that the holidays have arrived.
The wayward barge that has been stranded on Vancouver's Sunset Beach since mid-November's historic storm is earning rave reviews online.
Two B.C. residents who've made cross-border day trips to Washington State are now stuck in quarantine due to confusion over an app.
An Ontario woman is giving her land back to the Indigenous community and is hoping to inspire others to do the same.
WATCH: CTV Morning Live is kicking off the 2021 Holiday Gift Guide at Urban Farmgirl Boutique and Décor.
WATCH: This week, Crawford Homes shares advice on what to consider when building a new home.
WATCH: Sommelier, Matthew Steeves, shows off some top wines and spirits to impress the in-laws with this holiday season.
WATCH: Nelson Bird brings you this week's edition of Indigenous Circle.
WATCH: CJ Katz shows us how to make a flavourful, show-stopping loaf in this week’s Wheatland Cafe.
WATCH: Police search for suspects in this week's Crime Stoppers report.
A Christmas-decorated car in Saint John has become a holiday icon in N.B. CTV’s Todd Battis reports.
Video released by NASA shows a total solar eclipse as seen from Western Antarctica on Dec. 4.
An exhibit of Indigenous artist Robert Houle’s work is being held at the Art Gallery of Ontario. Donna Sound reports.
Security cameras captured a family of bears playing in Campbell River, B.C.
Six-year-old Callan Perks is receiving widespread acclaim over his electrifying pre-game speech to the OHL's Peterborough Petes.
After spending 91 days in hospital with COVID-19 complications, an Ontario man is marking a milestone by thanking the people who saved his life.
Comedian Rick Mercer speaks about his new memoir, 'Talking to Canadians,' and reflects on his lengthy career in Canadian media.
Watch the moment when the Cumbre Vieja volcano located on the island of La Palma in Spain erupted on Dec. 1.
The former CEO of the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation says the many factors contributing to Canada's increasingly hot housing market, while notable, aren't cumulating in a housing bubble.
After expanding its travel ban to include 10 countries in southern Africa, the Canadian government has introduced a temporary exception for travellers who provide a negative PCR test within 48 hours of departing.
Canada's tight labour market is forcing many companies to offer regular COVID-19 testing over vaccine mandates, while others are reversing previously announced inoculation requirements even as Omicron variant cases rise.
COVID-19 cases in Ontario have hit their highest level since May with nearly 1,200 new infections reported on Sunday.
For the first time in two months, the U.S. is averaging more than 100,000 new COVID-19 cases each day.
According to a report on traveller trends from Expedia, in 2022, around two-thirds of Canadians are planning a 'no regrets' type of adventure for their next trip.
Small businesses across Canada are feeling the crunch of a tight labour market and supply chain challenges.
The Canadian military's fleet of maritime helicopters is undergoing inspections and repairs after cracks were recently found in the tails of four CH-148 Cyclones.
Rescuers were sifting through smoldering debris and thick mud in search of survivors a day after the highest volcano on Java island erupted with fury, killing at least 14 people with searing gas and ash.
Canadians are scrambling to get flights back home after Ottawa announced enhanced travel restrictions because of a new COVID-19 variant.
Additional actions may be taken as the Omicron variant spreads across the country. CTV’s Heather Butts reports.
Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin will hold a conference after Russia amassed an invasion force on Ukraine’s border. CTV’s Paul Workman reports.
An Abbotsford, B.C. employment company is set to fill 400 jobs for the city’s recovery effort. CTV’s Penny Daflos reports.
Parents of the teen who killed four at a Michigan school have pleaded not guilty to involuntary manslaughter. CTV’s Tom Walters reports.
Canada has pledged to give 200 million vaccines to countries in need. For places like Africa, that may not be enough. CTV’s Ben Miljure reports.
Princeton, B.C. Mayor Spencer Coyne speaks on the flood situation in his town, and calls on the federal government to help fund rebuilding.
NACI released new guidance on the use of third doses for the COVID-19 vaccines. CTV’s Creeson Agecoutay reports.