A new dedicated space for Indigenous materials and resources is accessible at the Yorkton Public Library.
A day not many will not forget in Yorkton — the Tribal Council’s new tipi is now displayed proudly in City Centre Park.
As the season shifted from summer to fall, Saskatchewan’s popular attractions have also shifted: from the beach, to the corn field.
After eight long years, organizers will be reviving the Yorkton Sports Hall of Fame and Museum with its first induction dinner since 2014.
Rail Safety Week is underway across Canada, aimed at ensuring everyone is kept safe at railway crossings.
It was the first day of school for thousands of students across the province on Thursday. The increased traffic of school buses and students walking to school prompted some safety reminders from SGI and police.
A steel tipi will be taking the place of the sundial in Yorkton on Broadway Avenue.
Motorists across Yorkton may have seen some early school zone changes, leading up to the start of the school year on Sept. 1.
Scottish soccer coach, Scott Murchison, made his way to Yorkton this week to work with young soccer players.
Yorkton’s historic brick flour mill opened to the public on Tuesday.
Yorkton’s SaskAbilities organization aims to take a person-centred approach when working with people with disabilities.
Bruno’s Place, a shelter that is set to open in Yorkton, launched its breakfast program Wednesday morning.
Health care staff in southeast Saskatchewan are mourning the loss of a colleague who died unexpectedly last weekend.
Lieutenant Governor Russ Mirasty hosted an event for the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation at the Residential School Memorial on the grounds of Government House in Regina.
Downtown Regina was host to a memorial walk Friday morning, acting as one part of the many gatherings for National Day for Truth and Reconciliation in the Queen City.
People in Regina gathered at the Eagle Heart Centre on National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. For the community it's a time to acknowledge.
Officers with the Regina Police Service (RPS) deployed a Conducted Energy Weapon (CEW) during an incident Friday morning.
Tents are popping up in vacant lots as Regina’s houseless prepare for colder weather.
Regina police are asking for public assistance in an investigation into an overnight shooting that left a woman injured.
A traffic collision between a vehicle and a cyclist left one person dead in east Regina.
Some former Saskatchewan residents experienced hurricane conditions for the first time in Florida this week.
Reconciliation and Reconnecting: The Path Forward - A CTV News National Day for Truth and Reconciliation Special.
Canadians in Russia who hold dual citizenship should leave the country immediately or risk being conscripted for mandatory military service, the Government of Canada is warning.
Canada is headed for a 'severe' and 'almost inevitable' recession in early 2023, according to the head of economics at Macquarie Group, which states Canada will face an approximately three per cent contraction in gross domestic product and a five per cent rise in its unemployment rate during the predicted recession.
Ceremonies, marches and other gatherings are taking place across the country Friday as communities mark the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation. The federal statutory holiday was established last year to remember children who died while being forced to attend residential schools, as well as those who survived, and the families and communities still affected by lasting trauma.
A revived Hurricane Ian pounded coastal South Carolina on Friday, ripping apart piers and flooding streets after the ferocious storm caused catastrophic damage in Florida, trapping thousands in their homes and leaving at least 17 people dead.
Russian President Vladimir Putin signed treaties Friday to illegally annex more occupied Ukrainian territory in a sharp escalation of his war. Ukraine's president countered with a surprise application to join the NATO military alliance.