A suspect in the death of a Saskatchewan RCMP officer is facing a new charge of first degree murder after previous manslaughter charges were withdrawn, according to RCMP.
The driver of a vehicle caught travelling over 200 kilometres per hour avoided a pricy ticket, after being stopped by police near Wolseley, Sask. earlier this week.
The fifth day of trial of a man accused of sexually assaulting a 12-year-old continued at Court of Queen’s Bench Friday.
While the announcement of child care grants in Saskatchewan comes as welcome news for many parents, it is also creating its fair share of headaches for many child care providers.
Canada will be banning the entry of all foreign nationals who have travelled through southern Africa in the last 14 days as concerns over a new coronavirus variant grow.
Saskatchewan confirmed 108 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, along with 83 recoveries and one more death.
Joseph Oakes has been sentenced to life in prison after he was found guilty of second-degree murder in the death of his father.
While many parents are eager to book their kids for their first COVID-19 vaccine, one Saskatchewan doctor says children could be feeling more anxiety than excitement.
The Saskatchewan Roughriders defense is gearing up to face off against Bo Levi Mitchell and the high calibre Calgary Stampeders offense in the Western Semi-Final on Sunday.
An arrest warrant has been issued for a suspect in connection to Regina’s 13th homicide of 2021.
A woman from Yorkton wrote and published her own children’s book.
Saskatchewan health officials are working on a plan to address low COVID-19 vaccine uptake in a number of communities around the province.
A man was killed after an SUV collided with his parked vehicle southwest of Swift Current on Thursday afternoon.
A Saskatoon woman, living in the U.K., can be heard on six tracks on Rod Stewart’s new album.
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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.
Even as COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations decline in the province, health officials say it’s not time to ease up on public health guidelines as they look to avoid a post-holiday season fifth wave.
A woman from Yorkton wrote and published her own children’s book.
The captain of the Terriers says the purpose behind the brand is to advocate for mental health.
Sixteen Saskatchewan chambers of commerce have launched a campaign to encourage support for local businesses ahead of the holiday season.
Environmentalist and TV host David Suzuki apologized Thursday for comments he made about exploding pipelines.
The mayor of a small Ontario town defended its decision to keep a famous weather-prognosticating groundhog's death a secret for about a year, saying she was protecting the 'Wiarton Willie brand.'
Walmart says it will remove sexually explicit toys placed in the children's section of its website after a woman shopping for a gift for her young nephew came across the graphic products.
Two Jeopardy! contestants who were stumped by a clue about Ottawa have been offered an all-expenses-paid trip to the capital.
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An Indigenous-owned company fights racism in hockey with by incorporating First Nations culture into its apparel. CTV’s Creeson Agecoutay reports.
Two contestants on 'Jeopardy!' didn't know where the Rideau Canal was located. CTV's Dave Charbonneau with reaction from Ottawa residents.
A Christmas ad in Norway showing Santa Claus with a boyfriend is celebrating the 50-year milestone of homosexuality being decriminalized.
Members of Peru's National Forestry and Wildlife Service looked on as an endangered condor that was treated for poisoning took flight.
The City of Gulfport, Miss., shared a video in which a firefighter demonstrates the dangers of deep-frying a frozen turkey.
Canada's new chief of defence staff says that he is keeping his eyes on a handful of dangerous international situations that could require Canadian Armed Forces participation or intervention, and is promising a series of new initiatives aimed at improving military culture in the weeks ahead.
It’s 'only a matter of time' before cases of the new Omicron COVID-19 variant are detected in Canada, according to the medical director of the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases.
Solomon Islands police found three bodies in a burned-out building and arrested more than 100 people in this week's violence sparked by concerns about the Pacific nation's increasing links with China.
At least two people have died in the U.K. after the year's first winter storm battered parts of the countries with gusts of nearly 160 kph.
The federal and British Columbia governments have created a joint committee of cabinet ministers to deal with the devastation caused by flooding, while also promising to match donations given to the Canadian Red Cross.
With each passing hour, new restrictions were being slapped on travel from countries in southern Africa as the world scurried Saturday to contain a new variant of the coronavirus that has the potential to be more resistant to the protection offered by vaccines.
An 'extraordinary' amount of rain has fallen on British Columbia this fall, saturating the ground and making disasters like the one that struck the province earlier this month more likely, according to Environment and Climate Change Canada.
The Women's Tennis Association 'remains deeply concerned' that Chinese tennis star Peng Shuai 'is not free from censorship or coercion.'
B.C. officials hope repairs are enough for the forecasted rain on the way. CTV’s Heather Wright reports.
The federal government is announcing new measures to prevent the spread of a new variant emerging out of South Africa.
Canadians could face a shortage of Christmas trees this holiday season. CTV's Vanessa Lee 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.