Roughriders quarterback Cody Fajardo didn’t have his best game on Sunday, despite the Riders’ 33-30 victory over the Calgary Stampeders.
The sixth day of trial for a man accused of sexually assaulting a 12-year-old continued at Court of Queen’s Bench Monday.
Airports in both Regina and Saskatoon are once again receiving flights from outside of the country.
A new survey shows the impact Saskatchewan's summer drought had on many grain farmers.
Saskatchewan’s health minister said officials in the province are keeping a close watch on developments around the new Omicron variant.
The Government of Saskatchewan reported 49 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, along with one more death.
The Saskatchewan Roughriders are heading to the CFL Western Final after beating the Calgary Stampeders in overtime.
The basis of a lawsuit between Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. and the Saskatchewan government moves to the floor of the provincial legislature Monday, before possibly heading to Ottawa in a bid to amend the Constitution.
Despite a boost in revenue for 2021-22, Saskatchewan’s deficit is expected to be higher than forecast in the budget due to fiscal challenges created by the drought this past summer.
The Regina Pats win streak came to an abrupt end on Sunday in Calgary.
After a year without a parade due to the pandemic, a favourite tradition has returned to the Queen City.
Two people from Ottawa who returned from a trip to Nigeria have tested positive for the new COVID-19 variant of concern that was first detected in southern Africa, Ontario health officials reported Sunday.
The 2021 Canadian Olympic Curling Trials in Saskatoon are wrapping up with championship Sunday, with SaskTel Centre calling the tournament a success.
A 36-year-old Regina man has been charged following an investigation with Regina Police Service (RSP) SWAT members.
Jennifer Jones beat Tracy Fleury 6-5 in an extra end to win the women's final at Canada's Olympic curling trials.
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.
A formal land acknowledgement was recited for the first time in the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba, which one of Manitoba's Grand Chiefs says is a momentous move to reset a badly tarnished relationship with the province.
Sky gazers in the northeast part of Winnipeg were treated to a weather phenomenon called a fallstreak hole.
Young athletes that are representing Canada for the field hockey Junior World Cup in South Africa are stranded after the federal government suddenly stopped all travel to several southern African countries last week.
When her family dairy farm, the Dykman Cattle Company, flooded nearly two weeks ago, it was the worst Cynthia Dykman had ever seen in her two decades on the western edge Sumas Prairie. But it was far from the first time.
Karla Rasmussen discusses the popular program “A Christmas Long Ago” at the Western Development Museum – Moose Jaw, happening December 18.
WATCH: Nelson Bird brings you this week's edition of Indigenous Circle.
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WATCH: Police search for suspects in this week's Crime Stoppers report.
Meet Boji, a dog that travels daily using Istanbul's public transport system.
Manitoba residents stopped on Sunday to look at a cloud with a giant, perfectly formed hole in it. CTV’s Jill Macyshon reports
After 45 years in broadcasting, the legendary journalist's last appearance as Anchor of CTV NEWS AT SIX will be on Tuesday, Nov. 30.
A hypersonic cruise missile was fired on Nov. 18 amidst recent tensions between Russia and the West. *
Security camera footage shows a man narrowly dodging concrete blocks as strong winds battered the Turkish city of Izmir.
In a video shared on Nov. 29, actor Matthew McConaughey put the rumours to rest by announcing that he will not run for Texas governor.
A first-of-its-kind electric tundra buggy for polar bear sightseeing is being used for tourist transportation in Churchill, Man. CTV’s Jill Macyshon reports.
Ontario's pandemic death toll hit 10,000 people on Tuesday as the province reported nearly 700 new COVID-19 cases.
Unvaccinated travellers over the age of 12 won't be able to board a plane or passenger train in Canada beginning today, and a negative COVID-19 test will no longer serve as a substitute for most people. The stringent new requirement comes into effect as Canada reacts to the emergence of the Omicron variant.
The head of drugmaker Moderna said COVID-19 vaccines are unlikely to be as effective against the Omicron variant of the coronavirus as they have been previously, sparking fresh worry in financial markets about the trajectory of the pandemic.
Extending both the sickness and caregiving benefits into next spring – as proposed in Bill C-2 – will cost the government approximately $873 million, the Parliamentary Budget Officer (PBO) estimates.
A provincial state of emergency has been extended in B.C. as communities brace for another atmospheric river forecast to hit the province's southwest region.
A Pfizer study involving more than a million fully vaccinated people found that COVID-19 breakthrough infections were more common among immunocompromised individuals and were far more likely to lead to hospitalization or death.
Barbados stopped pledging allegiance to Queen Elizabeth II on Tuesday as it shed another vestige of its colonial past and became a republic for the first time in history.
Communities in southwestern B.C. are bracing for more heavy rain forecast to hit the region on Tuesday, as a third atmospheric river moves in.
Health-care restrictions brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic may have contributed to thousands of excess deaths not related to the virus, along with increased incidents of mental health disorders and substance use, and have put a strain on the Canadian health-care system, according to a study commissioned by the Canadian Medical Association.
A flood watch is in effect for large portions of British Columbia, including Vancouver Island. CTV’s Kevin Gallagher reports.