Saskatchewan residents are paying more to attend live concerts, theatre performances and art gallery exhibitions following an expansion of the provincial sales tax.
A Regina woman who was convicted in 2019 for embezzling millions of dollars has been granted her appeal and a new trial has been ordered.
McKell Wascana Conservation Park is officially the Regina Wetland Centre of Excellence serving as an outdoor classroom for science students at Dr. Martin LeBoldus Catholic High School.
Highlighting a shift in priorities for the fall season, the Saskatchewan NDP announced new critic portfolios for affordability, jobs and rural health at a press conference in Prince Albert today.
The Moose Jaw Police Service is advising the public of a safety concern, stemming from a wanted man with ties to the city.
The chief forensic pathologist for the Saskatchewan coroners service took to the stand in Saskatoon on Wednesday for the trial of Ranbir Dhull.
Students from Yorkton's St. Paul School were recognized Wednesday for keeping the streets safe near their place of learning.
The Saskatchewan Roughriders will start Shaq Cooper at running back on Friday’s matchup against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.
Following his $1 million lotto win, Rollins Head was in such a state of disbelief he checked his ticket at two different stores.
One man is facing several charges after a dangerous driving incident involving a stolen vehicle early Tuesday morning.
As the one-year anniversary of the formation of a tent city in Regina’s Core Community Park approaches, a petition is calling on the City of Regina to commit to ending the homelessness crisis.
Starting Thursday, businesses in Canada will soon be able to pass credit card fees on to their customers, thanks to a multimillion-dollar class-action settlement involving Visa and Mastercard.
Saskatchewan Parks has extended camping reservations at 13 provincial parks, due to increased demand.
If an election were to be held today, the Conservative Party would win more seats than the Liberals, potentially enabling Pierre Poilievre to become Prime Minister, the latest seat projections from Nanos Research show.
Saskatchewan residents may have noticed a peak in gas prices over the past week. Dan McTeague, president of Canada for Affordable Energy said that’s a common trend across the country right now.
A rising amount of residents in Saskatchewan say affording basic necessities is becoming more difficult over time.
Flu vaccines will be available at Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) clinics, participating pharmacies and doctors’ offices starting Oct. 11.
The Regina Police Service (RPS) purchased its first aircraft, a Cessna 182, which is currently getting cameras and surveillance equipment installed onboard.
After months upon months of preparations, Yorkton’s new homeless shelter is ready to open on Thursday.
The sister of a Yorkton man who was murdered in 2018 said she has forgiven the four people connected to his death.
A transport truck driver was airlifted to hospital Monday after his truck slammed through a home in Nanoose Bay, B.C., narrowly missing residents.
Authorities have released video of two suspects vandalizing part of the Olympic cauldron in downtown Vancouver over the weekend – an act police have described as "planned and deliberate."
Drivers are being alerted to an uptick in stolen cars. Here's how to avoid getting your car taken and a list of Ontario's most stolen vehicles.
A power crew in Cape Breton went above and beyond their duties after a memorial plaque attached to a power pole was torn down during post-tropical storm Fiona.
Credit card purchases could get pricier as businesses can now pass on transaction surcharges to customers. Kevin Gallagher reports.
The Ottawa woman who former Hedley frontman Jacob Hoggard is convicted of sexually assaulting says she is now suing him for $2.8 million.
Refugee and human-rights advocates are telling the Supreme Court of Canada that a binational pact 'contracts out' Canada's international obligations to refugee claimants to the United States, without proper followup to ensure Washington is doing the job.
A former policeman killed 34 people including 22 children in a gun rampage at a daycare centre in eastern Thailand on Thursday, later shooting dead his wife and child at their home before turning his weapon on himself, police said.
Videos of revolts and unrest started to flood the internet when Iranian protestors flocked to the streets in response to the death in custody of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old woman allegedly detained for wearing her hijab improperly.
This fall, teachers and parents have been sharing photos on social media of do-it-yourself air purifiers that they’ve made for classrooms to help protect kids from COVID-19 — and according to researchers, these low-cost purifiers actually work.
Hockey Quebec says it has lost confidence in Hockey Canada and will not transfer funds to the national organization, while Tim Hortons and Scotiabank have extended sponsorship boycotts.
Nearly all Conservative members of Parliament voted for a bill they say would protect the conscience rights of health professionals when it comes to medical assistance in dying.
On the heels of another tense hearing with Hockey Canada's past and current board chairs defending the organization, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and MPs were unequivocal on Wednesday in their condemnation of Hockey Canada's resistance to making changes that they say are necessary.
Jacob Hoggard is being sued by the Ontario woman he is convicted of sexually assaulting, Tim Hortons and Scotiabank both say they won't sponsor Hockey Canada this season, and food banks are feeling the crunch due to a lack of food donations and high inflation. Here's what you need to know to start your day.
Credit card purchases could get pricier as businesses can now pass on surcharges to customers; Tim Hortons cuts ties with Hockey Canada.