A man accused of killing his girlfriend is sending harassing social media messages to her family over social media — even though he's in jail.
Another person accused in the Megan Gallagher case has pleaded not guilty.
Saskatchewan won't be following British Columbia's lead when it comes to decriminalizing drug possession.
Thanks to months of hard work securing his arrival, Mykola Kopchyk now calls Saskatoon home, and he said it’s because of generous people in Saskatoon.
The unity Curling club’s ice surface has to be shut down for the remainder of the season due to a structural issue.
The cancellation of Air Canada flights between Saskatchewan’s two largest cities and Calgary in December has meant dollars lost for businesses in Saskatoon.
Residents of a Saskatoon care home are speaking out about staff shortages and broken equipment in their facility.
Thirty-seven-year-old Adam Willet was found dead in his apartment on 7th Street East in December, and his family says they are now on the hook for cleaning the suite.
Public Safety Canada and the Canadian Armed Forces were caught off guard by a request for help from Saskatchewan during the height of the fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Theo Hedley, a Grade 9 student at Saskatoon’s Mariam Graham Collegiate has won first place in an app design contest by improving the City’s Waste Wizard app.
The Service Employees International Union West (SEIU-West), which represents some Saskatoon healthcare workers, has launched a petition calling for safer parking.
The Government of Saskatchewan is pledging to spend $5.5 million to create more than 550 spots for 18 post-secondary healthcare programs.
The Saskatoon Police Service (SPS) have found a missing 13-year-old girl after they asked for the public's help finding the teen.
Police officers in Prince Albert arrested a 22-year-old woman for robbery and dangerous driving on Sunday night.
When CKBI television launched in 1958, a little piece of Hollywood came to Prince Albert.
At the Court of Kings Bench in Prince Albert, the court heard how an 18-year-old man was shot and killed with his own gun at a house party in October 2020.
A cave in Banff National Park has been recognized as a globally significant location thanks to a tiny creature found inside.
A new artificial intelligence algorithm created by a Toronto student is helping researchers search the stars for signs of life.
Gillian Burnett was almost finished her work day on Jan. 24 when she received a terrifying call about her young son. Waylon, 20-months-old, was found submerged in an outdoor pool at a home daycare near Petrolia, Ont.
Canadian Actor Ryan Reynolds dropped by a Toronto college on Wednesday, surprising students in the midst of a school project.
The Mindbender roller coaster at Galaxyland has been shut down, West Edmonton Mall announced on Monday. The redevelopment of the area is already underway, and the roller coaster is being decommissioned and removed.
Ryan Reynolds surprises staff and students by taking part in a sports media class while touring a local Ontario college.
A gay man is taking the federal government to court, challenging the constitutionality of a policy restricting gay and bisexual men from donating to sperm banks in Canada, CTV News has learned.
Dominic Barton, the former global managing director of McKinsey & Company, says he had no involvement in federal contracts awarded to the firm in recent years.
A Quebec woman said she was very surprised to find her stolen Audi had been used in what’s being described as an “absolutely insane” Ontario mall robbery.
Nova Scotia's Shubenacadie Sam has seen her shadow, predicting six more weeks of winter.
A long-time CBC radio producer who was the victim of a random assault in Toronto last week has died, the public broadcaster confirms.
A suicide bomber who killed 101 people at a mosque in northwest Pakistan this week had disguised himself in a police uniform and did not raise suspicion among guards, the provincial police chief said on Thursday.
When the opera 'La Flambeau' premieres next week in Montreal, Black performers will be front and centre in an artistic medium where they have historically been under-represented.
Top European Union officials arrived in Kyiv on Thursday for talks with Ukrainian officials as rescue crews dug through the rubble of an apartment building in eastern Ukraine struck by a Russian missile, killing at least three people and wounding about 20 others.
In Washington progress on police brutality appears difficult, if not unlikely. Bipartisan efforts to reach an agreement on policing legislation stalled more than a year ago, and President Joe Biden ended up instead signing an executive order named for George Floyd, whose murder at the hands of Minneapolis police set off nationwide protests nearly three years ago.
Deep snow, heavy winds, and lots of rain hit various parts of the Maritimes Thursday.