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A Canadian Pacific freight train hauling crude derailed overnight sparking a fire that forced the closure of part of a major highway south of Humboldt.
City councillors have a long night ahead of them on Monday discussing the proposed city budget for 2020.
The Co-op Refinery says it is using helicopters to transport staff into the Regina facility as job action continues.
A family living in Lakeridge has rebuilt its Christmas light display after it was damaged by vandals last week.
A hockey player paralyzed in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash says it feels good to be home after spending five weeks in Thailand, where he underwent spinal surgery.
Police are investigating after a car was stolen from behind a business in the 900 block of Angus St., early Sunday morning.
Dog breeders and handlers gathered with their four-legged friends at the International Trade Centre Sunday for the second annual Prairie Christmas Dog Shows and Trials event.
The City of Regina’s CartSmart team has completed its look into the way Regina residents were recycling, and if the right items were being recycled.
A 35-year-old man was killed in Saskatoon’s 16th homicide of 2019.
Several professional hairstylists, makeup artists and photographers volunteered their time to help give families some free portraits ahead of the holidays.
Hundreds of union workers at Regina’s Co-op Refinery continue to picket outside of the complex, after going on strike on Thursday at 4:30 p.m., and then being locked out by the refinery at 5:30 p.m.
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says Bloc Quebecois Leader Yves-Francois Blanchet’s support of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s throne speech should be a hint to Canadians that he won’t challenge the government.
A conciliation board has been formed at the request of the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation bargaining committee to reach a new collective bargaining agreement with the province.
Throughout December, Regina’s Canada Post office processes around 35,000 letters and packages every 24 hours, making it the busiest time of year for postal workers.
A banana that was duct-taped to a wall and priced at US$120,000 as an art installation was unceremoniously taken down and eaten by a performance artist, amid a crowd of stunned onlookers
There were dozens of dogs in the back of the van travelling the 1,400 kilometres from Tennessee to the Greater Toronto Area -- and one of them was a barker.
The confidence vote in response to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s minority government’s throne speech "probably" won't happen until 2020.
People in Regina joined with others across Canada in remembering the victims of the École Polytechnique massacre on Friday, 30 years to the day after the violent events in 1989.
Jason Maas is trading in his green-and-gold for green-and-white after being hired as the Saskatchewan Roughriders’ new offensive coordinator.
A 22-year-old Ontario man is facing terrorism-related offenses after returning from Turkey. Ikar Mao of Guelph, Ont. turned himself in to RCMP officers on Friday morning.
Mexico's top trade negotiator wrapped up an 11-hour meeting with his U.S. counterpart Friday night, saying they had not finalized a new trade agreement for Mexico, United States and Canada.
Hundreds of union workers at the Regina Co-op Refinery went on strike on Thursday at shortly after 4:30 p.m.
Chinook Power Station, the province’s newest natural gas-fired power plant, celebrated its grand opening near Swift Current on Friday.
Alex Gonzalez, an 18-year-old who turned heads with top-10 performances at FIFA video game tournaments in Atlanta and London, has signed on as the Vancouver Whitecaps' esports gamer.
A video posted to social media Friday morning by Straschnitzki's father, Tom, shows the 20-year-old being able to move his left leg enough to kick a large, yellow ball.
The Government of Saskatchewan is recognizing Friday, Dec. 6 as the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women in Canada.
TSN’s Jay and Dan have jokingly called “Experience Regina” the song that defined their decade.
The Regina Police Service says a rumour circulating on social media about a student with a gun is unfounded, and there is no danger to students or staff.
A crowd of hundreds stood atop Mont-Royal Friday evening for a sombre ceremony remembering 14 women slain in a violent anti-feminist attack 30 years ago.
Employees at a Mosaic mine near Esterhazy are currently in refuge station after smoke was detected in the mine.
The land located at 1971 Albert St. could have a new owner in the coming days, and a neighbouring business owner has mixed feelings when it comes to finally seeing action in the empty lot.
The 2019 farming season has been hard on producers in Saskatchewan, but the issues facing farmers in our province aren’t much different than what is being faced across the country.
Former Eskimos head coach Jason Maas is coming to the Saskatchewan Roughriders, according to TSN.
The Snowbirds will be back in the skies next June.
The Regina Police Service has arrested four people on drug trafficking charges as the result of a drug unit investigation.