Prime minister Justin Trudeau announced more than $40 million in funding for James Smith Cree Nation during a visit to the community on Monday.
For 22 years, Richard Kim has owned and operated Krav Maga Regina. According to students, taking an introductory four-week course to Krav Maga has shown them what they have inside themselves when it comes to defending against an attack.
Two people were charged following a shooting in northeast Regina over the weekend.
The Burning of the Brand marked the return of Canadian Western Agribition in Regina on Monday morning.
North Central has entered a crisis situation according to Regina's mayor. Boarded up and abandoned residential units are on the rise as housing issues are affecting more and more people.
A 37-year-old man from Piapot First Nation, Sask. is dead after a single-vehicle collision north of Regina on Friday morning, according to RCMP.
Police near Regina caught a bus driver travelling well over the posted speed limit and not wearing their required glasses.
Much of southern and central Saskatchewan can expect winter conditions as storm warnings and weather statements have been issued by Environment Canada.
The YWCA Regina is one step closer to funding its new Centre for Women and Families after a $1 million donation from Conexus Credit Union.
The Water Security Agency (WSA) released its 2022 freeze-up report, outlining water conditions across the province as Saskatchewan enters the winter season.
The 51st edition of the Canadian Western Agribition kicks off Monday in the Queen City.
With a cost estimate of $4.38 billion, remediation of the Giant Mine, one of the most contaminated sites in Canada, is also expected to be the most expensive federal environmental cleanup in the country's history.
Brian (Buggy) Burns says it's the small things he misses the most, like sitting down and having coffee with his wife nearly every morning for more than three decades.
A peer reviewed study assessing more than 800 elderly women has found that flavonoids -- a naturally occurring substance found in beverages such as black and green tea -- could lead to notable health benefits.
Firefighters responded to a basement fire in east Regina on Saturday afternoon.
SPONSORED: Harbour Landing Village is a senior care and independent living residence, as well as a daycare, pre-school and group home in south Regina and it is about to launch a new pilot program, called Village Connect.
Five players who spent time with the Saskatchewan Roughriders are taking their shot at the XFL when the league relaunches under new ownership in 2023.
The Michaels store in east Regina will be closed through the holiday season and into 2023 following a fire earlier this week.
Two Indigenous sisters, who are among Canada’s longest serving female inmates, saw each other for the first time in 18 years, outside a Yorkton courthouse on Thursday.
For the first time since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Yorkton Legion was able to gather for a full ceremony for the 2022 Remembrance Day ceremonies.
One Metis Veteran used his Indigenous culture to help him cope with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) from his time serving with the Canadian Armed Forces.
After living in his downtown Victoria neighbourhood for more than 30 years, David Ferguson says this was a first.
A Nova Scotia family’s baby delivery story is sure to be shared for many years to come after their baby was born along the side of the road on the way to the hospital.
London artist Eric Drummond said he is honoured Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has accepted a portrait of his late father, former prime minister Pierre Trudeau. The painting was presented to the prime minister by London North Centre MP Peter Fragiskatos last week.
Several people in Manitoba got a clear look at a celestial sight Thursday night. A meteor was caught streaking across the sky in the province, with cameras catching it in Winnipeg and other areas north of the city.
Grade 8 students at a North Bay school made radio contact Monday with the International Space Station. Eric Taschner reports.
A 23-year-old Ontario woman has been charged under the provincial welfare services act after a graphic video of a horse being dragged surfaced online. One video shows the horse being pulled with ropes as its back hooves drag along a road.
Alberta Premier Danielle Smith is reversing a promise to enshrine human rights protections for the COVID-19 unvaccinated in law this fall.
You may have heard the oft-repeated advice to drink eight glasses of water a day, but according to a new study, the amount of water we need daily ranges wildly based on numerous factors.
Two months after being fired, a former member of the Vancouver Canucks coaching staff has filed a complaint with the BC Human Rights Tribunal against the hockey team over alleged discrimination.
The Royal Canadian Air Force says two senior officers have been charged for allegedly failing to stop a group of fighter pilots from assigning an inappropriate nickname to another member in June.
An Abbotsford police officer was caught on camera punching a man twice in the face during the course of an arrest this weekend, prompting a review by the department and a provincial watchdog.
If you are expecting a baby and are still trying to choose a name, these new top 100 lists might help you to find one.
A growing number of Republicans, including former U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, criticized Donald Trump on Monday for dining with a Holocaust-denying white nationalist and the rapper formerly known as Kanye West days after launching his third campaign for the White House.
While the Alberta government and federal Conservative party claim the province's recovery-oriented care model is the reason that fatal drug poisonings have decreased by almost 50 per cent over a year, the statistic doesn’t show the full picture, cumulative data analysis shows.
Toronto police make an arrest 40 years after a pair of high-profile murders; a skyrocketing number of people are relying on food banks.