The union representing workers at Saskatoon Provincial Correctional Centre (SPCC) says staff are now undergoing daily temperature checks as the number of cases at the jail has risen to 142.
A 78-year old Regina man has been charged with first-degree murder for the 1997 disappearance of his brother.
Here’s what we know ahead of Saskatchewan’s next update on COVID-19 cases in the province.
The Student Medical Society of Saskatchewan, along with more than 100 student doctors, have signed a letter to the province calling for a better response to the deepening pandemic.
With the potential COVID-19 has to damage the lungs, smokers are taking notice and trying to kick the habit according to the Canadian Cancer Society (CCS).
When Mel Thompson looked out her window three years ago, she had no idea what she saw would spark an annual tradition.
By the end of November, Saskatchewan numbers have spiked with the province recording 5,421 new cases and 22 deaths, including 10 in the last five days.
Centennial Collegiate is moving to level four of the provincial safe schools plan.
Two more people from Saskatchewan have died after testing positive for COVID-19, the province reported Monday. There are 325 new cases.
The Saskatoon area had a total 1,318 active cases as of Monday afternoon, according to the Saskatchewan government.
The Saskatchewan Health Authority has announced there is a heightened risk that people may have been exposed to COVID-19 if they attended a number of curling events in Regina.
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe is calling on the federal government to procure additional vaccines that can be ready to be administered in the initial round of immunizations, a move he says in part would alleviate a lot of the 'difficult decisions' premiers are having to make about closures and restrictions.
A Regina boy has raised more than $2,000 for the Movember Foundation, despite not quite being old enough to grow a moustache.
The Saskatchewan government has announced 351 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the number of active cases to 3,605.
Twenty-two current and former staff of a Regina non-profit have written an open letter calling for change, to what staff call a “culture of abuse and silence” in the workplace.
A Regina woman is facing a $2,800 fine for breaking the provinces public health order on gathering sizes.
A trailblazer, who was among the first Indigenous players in the NHL, has died after being hospitalized for COVID-19.
A man recovering from addiction is trying to raise awareness for those with substance abuse disorder.
A new ski chalet was constructed on the Preeceville Lions Family trail, giving those taking advantage of winter activities a place to get away from the cold.
Yorkton serves as a hub for shoppers in surrounding rural communities and seeing a Manitoba plate in the Parkland is not out of the ordinary on any given day.
Should Vancouver name a street after home-grown celebrity philanthropist Ryan Reynolds? If you ask the "Deadpool" star, the answer is a firm no.
The Hudson's Bay Company store in Downtown Winnipeg has officially shut its doors as of Monday, Nov. 30, for good, even though it was scheduled to close in early 2021.
An Indigenous band councillor and two fishermen are facing charges in relation to tensions that erupted on the water after a Mi'kmaq First Nation launched a self-regulated fishery in southwestern Nova Scotia.
A report into anti-Indigenous discrimination in British Columbia’s health-care system has found "hundreds of examples of prejudice and racism" in health facilities across the province.
Find out about CNIB's family and COVID-friendly New Year's Eve event.
The Regina Humane Society introduces us to one of their dogs up for adoption.
Learn more about a campaign you'll see on tv and radio aimed at helping end domestic violence called "face the issue"
WATCH: Nelson Bird hosts this week’s segment of Indigenous Circle, from November 28, 2020.
CJ Katz makes a sour cream apple tart on this week's edition of the Wheatland café.
Police search for a suspect involved in a downtown Regina assault in this week’s Crime Stoppers report.
It's beginning to look a lot like... a Christmas tree shortage?
A mysterious large metal object found in the middle of the Utah desert has disappeared.
Historic home demolished on day of board hearings
European regulators may approve a coronavirus vaccine developed by drugmakers Pfizer and BioNTech within four weeks, the EU's drug agency said Tuesday, a time frame that could mean the shot is rolled out first in the United States and Britain.
Ontario is reporting another 1,700 new cases of COVID-19 as testing for the disease falls well below the province’s own daily goal of 50,000.
An Ontario student has graduated from university despite suffering from a disease commonly known as ‘brain on fire’ that put her in a five-month coma and caused near total memory loss during her second year of school.
The federal government is unveiling a new round of financial supports to respond to the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in Canada, as the latest projections show the national deficit is projected to hit a new high: at least $381.6 billion this fiscal year.
Amid the dizzying lineup of 12-digit figures financing the government’s pandemic response were the monetary makings for whatever the prime minister has in mind to revamp Canadian society once the pandemic passes, Don Martin writes in his latest column for CTVNews.ca.
A metal monolith that mysteriously appeared on a hilltop in northern Romania has sparked curiosity and mockery online, coming just days after a similar object was found in the Utah desert.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed many aspects of daily life, and experts say Canadians can also expect it to alter their office Christmas parties this year with many companies shifting to online celebrations or outdoor gatherings.
New Zealand has joined Australia in denouncing a graphic tweet posted by a Chinese official that shows a fake image of a grinning Australian soldier holding a bloodied knife to a child's throat.
A Michigan couple married for more than 47 years died from COVID-19 on the same day, within a minute of each other.
Watch LIVE updates from cities and provinces across Canada for the latest on the battle against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Moderna Chief Medical Officer Tal Zaks says the company is working closely with Health Canada, and that the country is not at back of line for vaccine.