Police in Prince Albert, Sask., have arrested a RCMP officer in connection to the death of 26-year-old man on Tuesday evening.
A former city councillor and practising lawyer says it’s concerning to see a municipality shut down a debate about city issues online.
Mosquito Grizzly Bear’s Head Lean Man First Nation is celebrating a victory after a legal battle that’s taken 26 years.
A former Saskatoon mayoral candidate has been blocked from social media pages managed by city hall.
Saskatchewan’s homegrown COVID-19 vaccine development is facing a roadblock.
Two people were arrested outside Saskatoon on Tuesday after allegedly running from a traffic stop.
The Saskatchewan government reported 183 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, along with 238 recoveries and two more deaths.
It will be full steam ahead for the Wheatland Express Excursion Train once Sask. COVID restrictions relax.
PBR Canada is returning to the SaskTel Centre for the PBR Saskatoon Classic on Oct. 29-30.
Here’s where to go today to get your COVID-19 shot in Saskatoon and the surrounding areas without an appointment.
Ward 1 Coun. Darren Hill has lost City Council's nomination to continue to represent the city at the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM).
New cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed at four Saskatoon schools this week.
Colin Witow, founder of Sleepy Dragon Games, is testing a mobile game called River Runner.
WATCH: Wild bison in Prince Albert National Park are seeing signs of growth after years of population decline. Jayda Taylor reports.
WATCH: One of Prince Phillip’s physical routines during his 99 years of life can be credited to a Saskatchewan man. Miriam Valdes-Carletti has that story.
WATCH: The owner of a house built in 1911 hopes someone will want to own a piece of history. CTV Prince Albert’s Lisa Risom reports.
Cabin owners looking forward to campfires in the District of Lakeland will have to wait until conditions change.
A Prince Albert non-profit is hoping to increase opportunities for families in the west flat with a community garden.
Many Maritime hopeful homeowners are being priced out of the market, as properties across the region continue to go well over asking.
The second of four new bridges sailed into Toronto’s harbour Tuesday making the long trek from Halifax.
A court date has been set for a Calgary pastor and two rodeo organizers have been ordered to appear in court after they were all accused of violating public health orders in place to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
Ontario will no longer offer first doses of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine due to an increase in reports of rare blood clots.
Are you living with mobility issues, or know someone who is? Janella’s getting a look at how Prairie Heart Mobility may be able to help. (Sponsored)
We hear from Regina-based country singer, Conrad Blackfoot as he joins us with details on his new single and his brand new album!
On this #Your15 we’ve got a great farming photo, a moose caught in the sunset, and… introducing Stephanie’s new furry family member: Josie!
WATCH: CJ Katz makes a summery miso salad dressing in this week’s Wheatland Café.
WATCH: Sean Leslie and Matt Young bring you the week’s top political news.
A new study reveals that NASA's Voyager 1 probe has detected a 'persistent hum' coming from interstellar space billions of kilometres away.
A bee removal expert in Georgia removed 2,000 bees from one home and more than 100,000 from another.
Seven Calif. siblings have found their forever home three years after their parents died in a crash.
Vanessa Lee has the story of a life-changing journey to Canada for 19 dogs found abused or abandoned on the streets in Lebanon.
A huge section of a new bridge has arrived at its home in Toronto after making a week-long journey across the St. Lawrence and Lake Ontario.
While the purchases couldn't be refunded, a GoFundMe was started and helped his mom get her money back.
Questions remained Wednesday about the future of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine in Canada as Manitoba limited use of the shot and Ontario said it was deciding how it would use an incoming shipment reserved for second doses.
The province is now expecting to receive 250,000 more doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine next week, a shipment that will be reserved for second shots as the province has suspended use of the vaccine until further notice.
As the pandemic continues to rage in India, the country’s overburdened health-care system is also dealing with the emergence of a potentially fatal fungal infection afflicting COVID-19 patients. So, what is ‘black fungus’ and what is causing it?
The shutdown of the Colonial Pipeline is causing serious disruptions in the eastern United States. As a result, experts say motorists in some parts of Canada could be paying more at the pump.
A new study has found that 82 per cent of people who were hospitalized due to COVID-19 experienced neurological symptoms.
The Public Health Agency of Canada says 798 fines have been issued to travellers arriving in Canada for refusing to quarantine in a government-authorized hotel.
U.S. House Republicans ousted Rep. Liz Cheney from her post as the chamber's No. 3 GOP leader on Wednesday, punishing her after she repeatedly rebuked former President Donald Trump for his false claims of election fraud and his role in inciting the Jan. 6 Capitol attack.
Israel killed a string of senior Hamas military figures Wednesday and pounded three multistory towers as it hammered the Gaza Strip with airstrikes and militants in the territory fired rocket barrages. Dozens have died in the worst violence since a 2014 war, with no resolution in sight.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says that his doctor has recommended he get a second vaccine dose of AstraZeneca in the coming weeks.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole sparred over the COVID-19 vaccine rollout in Canada.
A seafront balcony in Malibu, Calif., collapsed on May 8, sending several people to the hospital with serious injuries.