Regina Mayor Sandra Masters met with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Ottawa on Monday to discuss a number of topics including ongoing infrastructure projects and social initiatives.
Saskatoon intensive care physician Dr. Hassan Masri says he has taken a leadership role in Ontario.
The wind blowing against the uprights was the only action at Griffths Field in Saskatoon Monday morning as the league enters day two of the work stoppage.
Multiple people are facing charges after a gun was allegedly fired towards a group of young people on Saturday, according to the Regina Police Service (RPS).
The Sask. government is looking to provide municipalities and park authorities with the discretion to allow alcohol consumption in public parks.
Staff and families were treated to an all-day gala at the Chief Gabriel Cote Education Complex on Monday, as a way for Cote First Nation to say thank you to some of its longest serving educators.
The rising cost of fuel is complicating the nearly month-long search for a missing Saskatchewan boy continues.
The Saskatchewan government has begun work on a foundation report study ramping up development on a potential hydrogen hub in the Regina-Moose Jaw region.
The City of Regina is increasing paratransit services to make sure residents have better access to recreation destinations.
Two teenagers were bear sprayed at a playground on Friday and now the Regina Police Service (RPS) is asking for the public’s help in the investigation.
Viral levels of COVID-19 have decreased once again in Regina’s wastewater, according to the latest data released by the University of Regina (U of R).
Former Sask. Party MLA turned Independent Nadine Wilson and former federal Minister of Agriculture Gerry Ritz are both involved with the 'Saskatchewan United' movement.
A new campaign launched by the Weyburn Chamber of Commerce hopes to get more people to consider making the city in southeastern Saskatchewan home.
Community members in Moose Jaw took part in the city's annual spring clean up on Sunday.
The Saskatchewan Roughriders training camp was supposed to get underway at Griffiths Stadium on Sunday morning, but the Riders announced that their first practice was cancelled.
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.
Several Indigenous women gathered at the legislative building Thursday morning to honour Red Dress Day, an annual event aiming to raise awareness for missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls (MMIWG).
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.
It was a historic day on the Kahkewistahaw First Nation, as it opened the doors to its new, $20 million governance facility.
One of Canada's most successful Second World War flying aces, James "Stocky" Edwards of Comox, B.C., has died at the age of 100.
When Rande Cook first spotted the potted plant, he 'hired' it on the spot. There was something about the snake plant that seemed to speak to him.
A retiree in Ontario has just purchased what is being called the 'cheapest home in the GTA'—a caboose located on a commercially zoned parking lot near Milton.
Abby Tucker has been on a hunt for a new apartment for months, but keeps coming up empty. Rents are higher than she’s ever seen, she says, and the demand is 'crazy.'
An uninhabitable, dilapidated house in Vancouver has been listed at a jaw-dropping price... but the agent is confident it will sell.
The white gunman accused of massacring 10 Black people at a Buffalo supermarket wrote as far back as November about staging a livestreamed attack on African Americans.
Pierre Poilievre is denouncing the 'white replacement theory' believed to be a motive for a mass shooting in Buffalo, N.Y., as 'ugly and disgusting hate-mongering.'
A driver who struck and killed a woman and her three young daughters nearly two years ago 'gambled with other people's lives' when he took the wheel, an Ontario judge said Monday in sentencing him to 17 years behind bars.
A former police officer, the 86-year-old mother of Buffalo's former fire commissioner, and a grandmother who fed the needy for decades were among those killed in a racist attack by a gunman on Saturday in a Buffalo grocery store. Three people were also wounded.
The leaders of Ontario's four major political parties took the stage for a live televised debate in Toronto on Monday night.
Facing daily instances of violence and abuse, gender diverse people in the Canadian prison system say they are forced to take measures into their own hands to secure their safety.
A racist ideology seeping from the internet's fringes into the mainstream is being investigated as a motivating factor in the supermarket shooting that killed 10 people in Buffalo, New York. Most of the victims were Black.
'Aquaman' actor Amber Heard told jurors in a defamation case on Monday that she filed for divorce from Johnny Depp in 2016 because she worried she would not survive physical abuse by him.
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney begins his two-day blitz in Washington today, hoping to convince U.S. lawmakers his province is best positioned to strengthen North American energy security.