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Regina police have charged a woman in the death of an eighteen-month-old boy.
Several groups around Saskatchewan are organizing protests demanding changes to the return to school plan.
Saskatchewan reported eight new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, bringing the provincial total to 1,376.
The co-chair of the Street Culture Project is expected to speak at a press conference on Wednesday morning, following the resignation of the agency's executive director.
The head of the Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation (STF) says the provincial government fell short in its back-to-school planning by not requiring masks in schools this fall.
Regina residents Houda and Kamal Hammoud say they were shocked when they learned of the explosion in Beirut on Tuesday.
What started with a single team over a decade ago, has now ballooned into full on lacrosse fever on the Standing Buffalo Dakota First Nation, with the introduction of outdoor field lacrosse.
A dog has died and a woman has been charged after her vehicle crashed in the city’s north end.
Krysta Shacklock’s five-year old daughter Casey would’ve started Kindergarten at Brevoort Park School in the fall.
In a divisive vote, Regina city council members voted to see the facilities licenced and follow stringent rules
The Saskatchewan government has decided not to go ahead with a deal that would see the WE organization deliver classroom programming in the province.
A Saskatchewan substitute teacher says she doesn’t feel safe in the province’s back-to-school plan.
The Saskatchewan government won’t immediately impose mandatory masks or create smaller class sizes for when kids return to school, a move that is causing concerns.
It has been four days since Tristen Durocher arrived at the legislative building to press the government for a suicide prevention strategy.
A young child has died after drowning in a swimming pool in Moose Jaw on Saturday evening.
The Government of Saskatchewan has released the Safe Schools Plan, which will help the provinces 27 school divisions safely return to in-person classes.
A new project is bringing lithium exploration to Saskatchewan, and it could have major implications for the province’s oil industry.
The Saskatchewan Health Authority is alerting people that they may have been exposed to COVID-19 by visiting two Regina businesses.
The dangers of impaired driving will be the new focus for this month’s SGI Traffic Safety Spotlight.
The province reported nine new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday and launched a new map which details cases across 13 regions.
Regina police have charged a pair with attempted murder after an incident that took place outside a home on Saturday.
Starting Tuesday, Saskatchewan landlords can submit applications to evict tenants who aren’t paying rent.
The Saskatchewan government reported the losses on Tuesday, saying the first theft occurred sometime in January.
A new guideline to treat obesity in Canada recommends a fundamental shift in how doctors and physicians address people living with the condition.
Zeke Stephenson may be Saskatchewan’s youngest entrepreneur at just 11 years old. He started a vegetable garden three years ago at his grandmother’s farm and began selling the produce.
Tristen Durocher, the organizer behind the initiative, said on Sunday the group won’t leave until they see meaningful action on suicide prevention in the province.
Saskatchewan is reporting 17 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, bringing the total to 1,359 cases.
Effective contact tracing and virus testing are essential for the safe reopening of schools during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to two new studies.
Pense has been selected as one of the top four communities that are competing to win the Kraft Hockeyville title in 2020.
The World Health Organization says there might never be a 'silver bullet' for COVID-19.
Rhoderic Sia started his sewing company JustAprons & Beyond ten years ago. Growing up in the Philippines, his mother taught him to sew and he made it his career.
The Saskatchewan government said there are 254 active cases. There are 18 people in hospital and 16 more recoveries.
There are nearly as many COVID-19 hospitalizations in Saskatchewan as there were when they peaked in early May.
Saskatchewan reported 15 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday, bringing the provincial total to 1,334.
Members of clubs affiliated to the Regina Rugby Union (RRU) have been named in allegations of sexual harassment and assault, according to an open letter posted by the organization.