While the May long weekend is known as the unofficial start of summer, oftentimes in Saskatchewan, the holiday weekend comes with cold weather.
The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) has leased more than 110,000 sq. ft. of the former Co-operators building on College Avenue, with plans to move hundreds of employees into the space.
A Regina police dog was seriously injured during an arrest of a man charged with sexual assault, on Thursday morning.
An Estevan resident is calling for the return of more mobile clinics as Canadian Blood Services (CBS) is seeking more donations across the country.
Charleston Hughes is back with the Saskatchewan Roughriders after spending last season with the Toronto Argonauts.
The month of April saw 623 people caught driving while suspended in the province, according to a release from Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI).
A man was injured after he was stabbed in his lower back early Wednesday morning, the Regina Police Service (RPS) said.
The weather might not be cooperating but the 2022 Sask. Parks camping season is officially underway kicking off on Thursday.
With the price of gas rising above $2 per litre and setting new records in Canada this year, CTVNews.ca looks at what goes into the price per litre of gasoline and where the situation could go from here.
A Saskatoon mother is sharing the importance of in-person doctor’s appointments after it took two years to figure out why her daughter was experiencing reoccurring respiratory issues.
Premier Jason Kenney spoke publicly Friday for the first time since dropping the bombshell announcement that he plans to step down as UCP leader and premier of Alberta.
Charmaine Poorman isn’t ready to forgive the man accused of killing her brother, but she says her brother would.
Saskatchewan’s premier says Jason Kenney’s resignation from his post in Alberta is a “loss.”
The spring session of the Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly came to a close on Thursday, wrapping up 10 weeks of fierce debate in the house.
The stakes are high as Canadian farmers take to the fields to plant 2022's crop, which some are saying could find a place in the record books as 'the most expensive ever.'
Saskatchewan motorists will be feeling the pain at the pumps as they hit the highway this long weekend, with it costing over $100 to fill the tank on many vehicles.
Since 1964, the Regina Humane Society (RHS) has made its home in north Regina. On Thursday, the RHS broke ground on a new and innovative animal community centre in Harbour Landing.
A 93-year-old World War II veteran is the talk of his retirement home because of his talent for creating.
A new emergency alert system is geared at saving lives in and around Yorkton.
Ten years after pulling back the reins on chuckwagon races in Yorkton, they are back.
Churchbridge Credit Union hosted a "Reality Check" Wednesday, which gives students real-life experience in a controlled setting.
Funeral services were held Friday morning for Second World War fighter ace James "Stocky" Edwards in Courtenay, B.C.
A 12-year-old Ottawa boy is sharing his story after a magnet fishing trip turned up an unexpected find.
Residents on the New Brunswick island of Grand Manan are rallying to keep their village’s only bank open. The Bank of Nova Scotia, or Scotiabank, notified customers of its plans to leave Grand Manan in January.
Police were called to a Vancouver neighbourhood for reports of a cougar sighting in the area. What they found was something else.
One of the biggest players in the world of hip-hop J. Cole is coming to Scarborough to play for its Canadian Elite Basketball team.
An Ontario woman believes her daughter was discriminated against after she was allegedly kicked out of a local activity centre over her choice to wear a face mask.
Canadians may find a lot of long faces at the pump heading into the long weekend as gas prices across the country remain high.
Ten children in Canada were found to be suffering from acute severe hepatitis not caused by known hepatitis viruses over a nearly six-month period recently, the Public Health Agency of Canada announced Friday.
Canada's Chief Public Health Officer Dr. Theresa Tam says the federal government is monitoring monkeypox cases and their chains of transmission after two cases were confirmed in this country.
The World Health Organization was due to hold an emergency meeting on Friday to discuss the recent outbreak of monkeypox, a viral infection more common to west and central Africa, after more than 100 cases were confirmed or suspected in Europe.
On the heels of news that Canada is banning Huawei Technologies and ZTE from participating in the country’s 5G wireless networks, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the decision wasn't easy to make. The prime minister also defended the timing of the decision, saying that while it will be years before all use of products from these Chinese companies will be outlawed, it's happening before the country is even more interconnected by the next-generation telecommunications infrastructure.
Russia claimed to have captured Mariupol on Friday in what would be its biggest victory yet in its war with Ukraine, following a nearly three-month siege that reduced much of the strategic port city to a smoking ruin, with over 20,000 civilians feared dead.