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Regina police are investigating its eighth homicide of the year, following the discovery of a deceased man in the 800 block of Robinson St.
Premier Scott Moe has expressed his disappointment with how his meeting with the Prime Minister went.
Riders General Manager Jeremey O'Day sat down for an interview with Claire Hanna.
According to the Regina Loyal Canadian Legion, a number of poppy boxes from around Regina were stolen before the donations could be returned to the Legion.
As of Friday, Firefighters will be able to make claims for six additional cancers through Saskatchewan's Workers’ Compensation Board.
Moose Jaw police have identified a man who was killed on Sunday, and the man charged with his murder.
Police have identified the victim of a homicide last week as 61-year-old Paul Richard Brule.
Carmichael Outreach has advised it is currently unable to accept donations following an overflow of generosity.
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe has three things on his wish list when he talks with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in a meeting set for today in Ottawa.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will convene the new Parliament on Thursday, December 5, comprised of all the members Canadians elected on Oct. 21.
The Ministry of Education has announced a new training program for teachers, school staff and volunteers.
In 1946, a young English girl was preparing to move overseas to be with her husband, a Canadian solider who fought in the Second World War.
The story of Clarence Bourassa, a World War II soldier from Saskatchewan, was highlighted in a special performance by the Side By Side Quartet on Remembrance Day.
Remembrance Day is an opportunity for Canadians to pay their respects to those who gave their lives to protect our freedoms.
Moose Jaw Police Service has a suspect in custody after a man was murdered on Sunday evening.
The local broadcast community is reflecting on the life on Doug Alexander, who passed away over the weekend.
Hockey broadcaster Don Cherry has suggested that he was given an opportunity to stay with Sportsnet after making widely derided comments about immigrants and poppies.
A poem written by Weyburn resident Connie Regier helped her track down letters written by her father written during the Second World War.
A remembrance project in Ottawa has honoured the sacrifice of Canadian soldiers on the front lines through their letters to loved ones back home.
While most Canadians know the significance of wearing a poppy to honour veterans during the lead-up to Remembrance Day, they may not realize there is, in fact, an appropriate way to wear the pin.
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe is set to meet with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau this week.
The Blue Bombers travel to Regina to face the Saskatchewan Roughriders in next Sunday's West final.
The death of a man on Thursday night has been ruled a homicide by Regina Police.
Time is of the essence in finding the mother of a baby found dead in a dumpster behind apartment buildings in downtown Saskatoon, police say.
A man, a woman and a pet ferret were injured in an assault in Moose Jaw early Sunday morning.
Police are investigating after a man was found dead in the 800 block of Robinson St. early on Saturday morning.
The City of Regina is mourning the passing of the Capital Pointe hole.
A team of around 40 volunteers helped package thousands of letters to help raise money for Carmichael Outreach on Saturday.
The popular Philippines fast food chain Jollibee will be opening up a restaurant in Regina within the next year.
A Conservative MP is accusing the Liberals and NDP of "anti-Catholic bigotry" in their questioning of his leader Andrew Scheer's position on same-sex marriage.
Patricia Pratt thinks about her daughter Denise every day, since she died tragically in 1996 at the age of 20.
A 99-year-old Second World War veteran is still serving his country despite his age by running the poppy donation table in an Ottawa mall.
Friday night’s game between the Regina Pats and the Swift Current Broncos at the Brandt Centre has been cancelled due to “an ice plant issue.”
Germany marked the 30th anniversary Saturday of the opening of the Berlin Wall, a pivotal moment in the events that brought down Communism in eastern Europe.
Notley fired the accusation at Kenney during a morning meeting of the Standing Committee on Alberta's Economic Future.