The U of S Huskies football team is off to the Vanier Cup after a 14-10 thrilling win over the Montreal Carabins in the U-Teck Bowl.
Saskatchewan Roughriders (9-5) host the Calgary Stampeders (8-6), kicking off at 3:30 p.m. on Sunday at Mosaic Stadium in the CFL West Semi-Final.
Some of Canada's most talented junior curling teams fought for the opportunity to represent Canada at the 2022 World Junior Curling Championships at the Granite Curling Club in Saskatoon.
RCMP have identified two men found dead inside a vehicle near a highway north of Prince Albert Thursday.
The COVID-19 pandemic led to a surge in late-stage cancer diagnoses, with restrictions preventing or discouraging many from getting screened early. But an Ontario company has developed a new cancer screening test that uses blood samples, which could make it easier to detect cancers earlier.
The Government of Saskatchewan reported 73 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, along with five new deaths.
The Métis Nation – Saskatchewan (MN-S) and the University of Saskatchewan have signed an agreement to ensure the proper criteria is met for Métis citizenship and identity when people apply for Métis based opportunities at the U of S.
A Saskatoon family physician used his downtime during the pandemic to write a futuristic novel that surrounds a world still struggling with COVID-19 50 years from now.
A suspect in the death of a Saskatchewan RCMP officer is facing a new charge of first degree murder after previous manslaughter charges were withdrawn, according to RCMP.
After years of dealing with sexual harassment at work, Ariana Donovan created an online whisper network for others with similar experiences.
Black Friday is back and the general manager of Best Buy on Preston Avenue says many things have changed from previous years.
Homicide charges following investigations into overdose deaths in Canada can be described as falling into two categories: pre- and post- fentanyl. W5 found that starting in 2016, there was a significant uptick: 135 manslaughter and criminal negligence causing death charges being laid by police and prosecutors across Canada.
Saskatchewan confirmed 108 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, along with 83 recoveries and one more death.
WATCH: Lisa Risom has the stories of two Indigenous men who attended residential school in Saskatchewan and the impact it still has today.
Prince Albert Police Service (PAPS) issued close to 70 traffic tickets on Wednesday as part of an enforcement blitz in Prince Albert.
Three members of the Prince Albert Police Service (PAPS) are being recognized for their efforts to stop impaired driving in the community.
In their latest results, researchers monitoring the city's wastewater saw another drop in the level of COVID-19 indicators.
When her family dairy farm, the Dykman Cattle Company, flooded nearly two weeks ago, it was the worst Cynthia Dykman had ever seen in her two decades on the western edge Sumas Prairie. But it was far from the first time.
Environmentalist and TV host David Suzuki apologized Thursday for comments he made about exploding pipelines.
The mayor of a small Ontario town defended its decision to keep a famous weather-prognosticating groundhog's death a secret for about a year, saying she was protecting the 'Wiarton Willie brand.'
Walmart says it will remove sexually explicit toys placed in the children's section of its website after a woman shopping for a gift for her young nephew came across the graphic products.
On the go reporter Caitrin Hodson learns how to make the perfect perogies with the experts at St. George's Ukranian Cathedral.
The Tenors and Tyler Shaw have joined forces for the Santa's Wish Tour - we caught up with them for a special preview performance.
We've got a cat surveying the neighborhood, a dog ready for a winter walk in his brand new boots, and a snowy show near Arborfield all on today's #Your15.
WATCH: Nelson Bird brings you this week's edition of Indigenous Circle.
WATCH: CJ Katz shows us how to make a flavourful, show-stopping loaf in this week’s Wheatland Cafe.
The royal residence of Queen Elizabeth II has decked the halls with dazzling decorations. ABC's Julia MacFarlane reports.
Take a look at the fascinating phenomenon that was spotted on Lake Manitoba.
An Indigenous-owned company fights racism in hockey with by incorporating First Nations culture into its apparel. CTV’s Creeson Agecoutay reports.
Two contestants on 'Jeopardy!' didn't know where the Rideau Canal was located. CTV's Dave Charbonneau with reaction from Ottawa residents.
A Christmas ad in Norway showing Santa Claus with a boyfriend is celebrating the 50-year milestone of homosexuality being decriminalized.
Members of Peru's National Forestry and Wildlife Service looked on as an endangered condor that was treated for poisoning took flight.
The City of Gulfport, Miss., shared a video in which a firefighter demonstrates the dangers of deep-frying a frozen turkey.
The Netherlands confirmed 13 cases of the new omicron variant of the coronavirus and Australia found two on Sunday as the countries half a world apart became the latest to detect it in travellers arriving from southern Africa.
An evacuation order has been issued for the Huntingdon Village area of Abbotsford, as rain continues to fall on already sodden southern B.C.
Authorities in some parts of B.C. already struggling with flooding and landslides issued new evacuation alerts on Saturday as the second of three successive atmospheric rivers brought heavy rain to the province.
The Quebec City Police Department (SPVQ) announced Saturday evening that it has opened an investigation into a violent arrest involving young Black teenagers. The video of the event circulating on social networks shows police officers hitting and forcing snow into the face of minors.
Health officials in Ontario are reporting 964 new cases of COVID-19, marking the highest number of infections reported in a single day since May 30 when 1,033 cases were identified.
Former Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz says government spending and stimulus are not to blame for increased inflation.
The name of a newly identified variant of the coronavirus has had some social media users scratching their heads about the World Health Organization's system for labeling certain versions of the virus.
Israel on Sunday approved barring entry to foreign nationals and the use of controversial technology for contact tracing as part of its efforts to clamp down on a new coronavirus variant.
Dr. Nadav Davidovitch, director of School of Public Health at the Ben Gurion University of The Negev, on Israel’s decision to close borders.
B.C. officials hope repairs are enough for the forecasted rain on the way. CTV’s Heather Wright reports.