Over 400 people contributed to the Field of Dreams project, which led to the purchase of a large track of prairie grasslands for preservation.
Saskatchewan's skies lived up to its moniker Thursday night, creating some picturesque storm clouds.
Tanya Ball began her career as a social worker for the Kaska Dene First Nation. Now she runs a land guardian program, working to monitor and protect a vast stretch of the band's northern British Columbia wilderness.
The Regina Board of Education is projecting a $2.5 million deficit for the 2022-23 school year, with rising costs neutralizing funding increases.
A comment made by Coun. Terina Shaw about homelessness continues to stir controversy, with First Nations organizations calling on the city to take disciplinary action.
There is a renewed conversation about abortion accessibility and rights for women in Canada after U.S. Supreme Court justices overturned the Roe v. Wade case on Friday, allowing states to ban abortions.
Planning for the new General Hospital Parkade project is continuing, after no historical burials were found following investigation into anomalies identified by ground penetrating radar.
Three teenagers are facing several charges after police found a gun following a traffic stop early Friday morning in Regina.
A tornado touched down near Morse, Sask. on Thursday evening, Environment Canada confirmed Friday.
A man from Fort Qu’Appelle has been arrested and charged after an RCMP officer spotted him passing vehicles in a lineup near a construction zone.
The U.S. Supreme Court has ended the nation's constitutional protections for abortion that had been in place nearly 50 years in a decision by its conservative majority to overturn Roe v. Wade. Friday's outcome is expected to lead to abortion bans in roughly half the states.
Sask Cornhole League will host teams from across the country in August for the 2022 National Cornhole Championships.
An attempt to claim damages for a boat that sputtered to a stop during its first outing didn't hold water with a Saskatoon judge.
Court heard closing arguments in the trial of Travis Patron, a former leader of the Canadian Nationalist Party.
The Arcola Avenue Corridor Study, commissioned by the City of Regina, laid out a sweeping list of proposed improvements to southeast Regina’s roadways during Wednesday's session of executive committee.
City crews and residents are cleaning up after a heavy rainstorm rolled into Weyburn Monday night.
Hayley Wickenheiser, Danielle Goyette and Kendall Coyne-Schofield are among some of the names of female hockey trailblazers – a list Rocanville, Sask.’s Jessica Campbell could soon join with her work behind the bench at the international and professional level.
The Yellowhead International Speedway in Yorkton hosted a season opener for stock car racing on Sunday.
Students at Yorkton Regional High School (YRHS) got to stretch their legs Tuesday for the school’s annual Walk and Roll event.
An act of kindness from a Winnipeg bus driver is being shared by a passenger who says it warmed his heart to witness.
Mounties in Coquitlam are appealing to the public for help tracking down two pieces of artwork that were allegedly stolen from a high school art display.
An out-of-this-world, rural Manitoba home is up for grabs offering buyers a chance to live in a self-sustaining, off-grid oasis.
Disney fans may be able to find a deal at an online auction of rare collectibles based in British Columbia.
WATCH: The RCMP Sunset Ceremonies are back in Regina in 2022 with the first one taking place on Canada Day.
'Don't start the party without me!' Adam finds out the story behind an 85-year-old who travelled from Nanaimo to Ont. to present her sister with a pair of priceless surprises.
Canada's chief of defence says Russia's invasion of Ukraine is going to change the course of history.
G7 leaders opened their summit Sunday with a discussion about shaping the global economy at a time when conflict and unrest are driving up prices and access to key goods around the world.
Hundreds of protesters descended on the U.S. Supreme Court on Saturday to denounce the justice's decision to overturn the half-century-old Roe v. Wade precedent that recognized women's constitutional right to abortion.
New research looking at the frequency of heavy rainfall across the globe shows that a drastic increase in downpours is expected over the years to come.
The final bell is about to ring at the end of a topsy-turvy school year warped by the COVID-19 crisis and students are reflecting on how the pandemic shaped things.
The latest on the G7 summit: Leaders at the Group of Seven summit in Germany have joked about what would make them look tougher than Russian President Vladimir Putin.
The higher parts of Angelique Beauchemin's land, she said, are sinking an inch or two a year as they slope ever more steeply toward the river. While she's not a scientist, she says her biggest fear is that one day there will be a landslide and the white house at the top of the hill where she's lived for decades will tumble down.
With the nation's capital bracing for anticipated anti-mandate 'freedom' movement protests during Canada Day weekend, interim Conservative Leader Candice Bergen says her MPs are free to attend.
As Pride festivities kick off around the world, many refugees are celebrating the LGBTQ2S+ community for the first time.
A truck drove through a group of protesters who were gathered following the overturning of the landmark Roe v. Wade decision.