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See photos from this year's Canadian Western Agribition at Evraz Place in Regina.
The Santa Claus Parade started at 1pm on Sunday, with everyone braced in the cold to see Mrs. and Mrs Claus in Saskatoon
Flames reached up to 60 feet this week after an explosion and fire at a TransGas facility near Prud'homme, Sask. The fire, which started Saturday, was still burning days later.
Kelsey Chadwick and Jamie Fischer went to Nepal with World Vision
The parade starts at the corner of Spadina Crescent and 24th Street East and the route takes floats up 24th Street before turning south on Third Avenue towards Friendship Park
Heavy rains left several areas across southeastern Saskatchewan flooded this week. Premier Brad Wall toured the damaged areas by helicopter Wednesday.
Highways closed and communities declare states of emergency after a deluge of rain drenched southeast Saskatchewan and parts of Manitoba.
Take a tour around the Saskatoon Police Service's new police headquarters
SaskPower crews snapped several photos last week of a bear that had scurried up a power pole near Shellbrook, Sask. The bear was napping at the top of the pole.
CTV Home Town Tour sets off for a five day tour visiting communities across Saskatchewan.
Dennis Beerling was honoured Monday as CTV Saskatoon's Citizen of the Year
Crews battle fire on the 700 block of Eastlake Avenue
W5 collects several designs that could have become our Canadian flag. The last four images reveal the ultimate finalists.
See photos from a major fire that ravaged a downtown block in Moose Jaw.
See photos from a flag ceremony marking the end of Canada's mission in Afghanistan at the Saskatchewan legislature.
Wind gusts of more than 100 kilometres per hour ripped off roofs, tore down trees, flipped trampolines and knocked over streetlights Wednesday in Saskatoon.
See photos from a multi-vehicle crash on Highway 11 near Lumsden.
Updated: Temperatures have plummeted in much of Canada and the U.S. thanks to a polar vortex.
Drivers on Saskatchewan's Highway 16 captured several photos of Saturday morning's collision near Maymont. The crash involved six semi-trucks and over 20 vehicles, and sent 13 people to hospital.
Cheers at TCU Place and honking vehicles on Eighth Street highlighted Saskatoon's celebration of the Roughriders' Grey Cup win.
Enthusiastic fans filled Mosaic Stadium in Regina to watch the Saskatchewan Roughriders beat the Hamilton Tiger-Cats 45-23 in the Grey Cup championship.
New information has emerged about sexual assault allegations made by two female New Democrat MPs against a pair of male Liberal MPs.
The Canada Revenue Agency confirmed late Tuesday that it has accidentally disclosed confidential taxpayer information to the CBC.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper was briefed earlier this year on how across-the-board budget cuts hurt public service morale, productivity and citizen satisfaction.
An FBI spokeswoman says two special agents have been shot in St. Louis County and that the incident isn't directly related to the Ferguson protests.
In other countries, you may be asked to give a push to a car stuck in the mud. In Russia, passengers in the Arctic came out of an airliner to the bitter cold to help it move to the runway.
A rare Siberian tiger released into the wild by Russian President Vladimir Putin is keeping farmers in northeastern China on edge.
Cleveland police are ready to release surveillance video from an officer's fatal shooting of a 12-year-old boy who turned out to be carrying a replica gun.
Home ownership became more affordable in Canada in the third quarter despite a broad spike in home prices, according to the latest survey by RBC Economics.
Luka Rocco Magnotta's defence rested at his first-degree murder trial on Tuesday without hearing from the accused, who says he should be found not criminally responsible in the slaying of Jun Lin.
A new research paper for the C.D. Howe Institute says Canada can help combat rising income inequality by taxing people separately for their paycheque and investment income.