Regina fire crews were busy on Friday night and Saturday morning responding to three separate house fires.
“I'm asking all Saskatchewan people that are able, please go out and get vaccinated. It is the way through this pandemic,” said Premier Scott Moe on Friday. “All paths out of the pandemic lead through a Saskatchewan vaccination centre.”
Two men are in hospital with serious, life-threatening injuries following an alleged assault on Friday night, according to the Regina Police Service.
As several provinces suspend the first dose of AstraZeneca, and questions remain about whether a second shot will be green-lighted, the researcher who oversaw the development of the vaccine says the move is not only flawed but may lead to serious consequences.
The Government of Saskatchewan remains confident in its reopening roadmap despite it contrasting the roadmap released by the Public Health Agency of Canada on Friday.
A new historical sign was unveiled on hole one at Deer Park Golf Course in Yorkton on Friday to celebrate the course’s centennial.
Five cases of the B.1.617 variant, first identified in India, have been detected in Saskatchewan.
Talking on video-conference services like Zoom during the coronavirus pandemic has helped older people stave off the effects of dementia, a new U.K. study has suggested.
Saskatchewan has reported its first vaccine-related blood clot in a 60-year-old woman who received the AstraZeneca vaccine.
An expert in military affairs says the sudden departure of the military official in charge of Canada's vaccine rollout is unlikely to have any impact on the high-profile operation.
An Israeli airstrike on Saturday targeted and destroyed a high-rise building in Gaza City that housed offices of The Associated Press and other media outlets. Hours later, Israel bombed the home of Khalil al-Hayeh, a top leader of Gaza's ruling militant Hamas group.
Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin has left his role with the Public Health Agency of Canada as the military general in charge of the logistics of Canada’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout and is now the subject of a military investigation.
As India continues to attempt to contain a massive outbreak of COVID-19 that has killed more than 266,000 people, a prominent nine-year-old climate activist is taking matters into her own hands and using her online influence to save lives.
Licypriya Kangujam is using her social media account to help people in desperate need of oxygen and other medical resources as India copes with a COVID-19 crisis.
'Feared for my life': Alta. doc shares COVID-19 experience
Romania's Bran Castle, widely known as 'Dracula's castle,' is offering Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine to visitors.
Young Gaby stars in her own TV show for kids, showing what's behind her admiration for agriculture.
Athletes from around the world are taking part in a virtual marathon and two Canadians are leading the pack.
A cat made good use of one of its 9 lives after leaping from a burning building in Chicago and landing on all fours.