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.
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) is asking for the public’s help in locating a missing 13-year-old girl.
Saskatoon police Chief Troy Cooper confirmed that crime has either gone down or stayed flat in the Fairhaven area, but he says calls for service to the area are going up.
The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations is calling for the resignation of Harvard Crimson women's ice hockey coach Katey Stone.
Saskatoon’s first homicide victim of 2023 has been identified in court documents as 35-year-old Steffen Pohl.
Saskatoon’s real estate market is on the rebound, according to a new report.
Saskatoon police are searching for a suspect after an 83-year-old man was allegedly stabbed.
Regina lawyer Tony Merchant has launched a class action lawsuit on behalf of some Home Depot customers who agreed to receive receipts electronically.
A man accused of murder said he has been behind bars at the Saskatoon Correctional Centre for the last 1,310 days and is only allowed out three hours each day.
Saskatoon police are investigating a suspicious death in the city's Mayfair neighbourhood.
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.
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.
At first, Juan Delgado agreed to spend 24 hours inside a Dundas St. Denny’s as a consequence of losing in his fantasy football league.
A cave in Banff National Park has been recognized as a globally significant location thanks to a tiny creature found inside.
A chance discovery by an Edmonton area woman who was walking her dogs has turned out to be a massive fossilized bone that likely belonged to an Ice Age mammoth.
The question of whether Bigfoot exists has been the subject of speculation, fierce debate and even some ridicule, but now the topic is back in the minds of some Vancouver Island residents.
Star of 'American Graffiti' and TV's 'Laverne and Shirley' Cindy Williams died on Monday. Here's our interview with her from 2001.
Conservative MP Michelle Rempel Garner is raising concerns over the federal government's spending on so-called COVID-19 quarantine hotels, calling the total spent on a Calgary-area hotel in 2022 'legitimately flabbergasting.'
A chance discovery in a Canadian laboratory could help extend the life of laptop, phone and electric car batteries.
Loblaw will not be extending its price freeze on No Name brand products, but vows to keep the yellow label product-pricing flat 'wherever possible.'
A woman held in a detention camp in Syria, along with her three Canadian children, says the federal government is forcing her to make an agonizing choice: relinquish custody of her kids so they can be repatriated to Canada, or keep them in the camp where the conditions are dire. Her children are eligible for repatriation but she is not a Canadian citizen.
Jeopardy! turned the spotlight on Ontario on Monday night with a category entirely dedicated to the province. One question stumped every contestant.
Canada's perceived corruption in the public sector has remained the same since last year, according to the latest Corruption Perceptions Index by Transparency International, which ranks Canada tied for 14th out of 180 countries. The country scored 74 out of 100 in 2022, with 100 being the least corrupt and 0 being the most.
A Vancouver Island man is awaiting possible extradition to the United States on charges of sexual assault against his 13-year-old stepdaughter.
B.C.'s chief coroner Lisa Lapointe warned the province has experienced an average of six deaths, every day, of every week for two years.