The Saskatoon SPCA says it may be forced to shutdown unless it gets a boost in funding from the city.
Richard Montgrand called them "the Queen's cowboys" and many RCMP officers who worked in La Loche considered Montgrand a friend.
Fentanyl and benzodiazepine drug checking strips are now available at more than 30 locations across Saskatchewan for the purpose of at home drug checking.
Saskatchewan residents can now book a COVID-19 test online.
A Saskatchewan Roughriders player was involved in an incident at a Regina restaurant where the police were called, according to the team.
City council has approved the Saskatoon Police Service (SPS) budget for the next two years.
Giving Tuesday marked the kickoff to the Friendship Inn’s Fill the Plate campaign, with Nutrien as their partner for the ninth year.
An oriented strand board company has signed a deal with Paper Excellence to build a new processing plant on the site of the Prince Albert pulp mill.
A new survey shows the impact Saskatchewan's summer drought had on many grain farmers.
Firefighters in Saskatoon took to the water to rescue a dog after it wandered out on the ice.
A Saskatoon business group is calling for a reduction in the proposed property tax rate hike.
Airports in both Regina and Saskatoon are once again receiving flights from outside of the country.
Traces of coronavirus in Saskatoon’s wastewater have decreased by 7.6 per cent up to Nov. 24, according to Monday's weekly update from University of Saskatchewan researchers.
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.
A formal land acknowledgement was recited for the first time in the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba, which one of Manitoba's Grand Chiefs says is a momentous move to reset a badly tarnished relationship with the province.
Sky gazers in the northeast part of Winnipeg were treated to a weather phenomenon called a fallstreak hole.
Young athletes that are representing Canada for the field hockey Junior World Cup in South Africa are stranded after the federal government suddenly stopped all travel to several southern African countries last week.
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.
Caitrin Hodson heads to the newly renovated Affinity Learning Centre to hang out with Willy the turtle & Pretzel the python.
We speak with Plan International Canada and GG the Goat Influncer about the Gifts of Hope program.
On this #Your15, we've got a 65th anniversary to celebrate, some yard and homes decorated for the holidays, and a farewell wish for our Morning Live audio guru and all-around-great-guy, Cole!
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 answer was still 'yes' even after this proposal went wrong in Texas. The ring was found after a half-hour search.
Meet Boji, a dog that travels daily using Istanbul's public transport system.
Manitoba residents stopped on Sunday to look at a cloud with a giant, perfectly formed hole in it. CTV’s Jill Macyshon reports
After 45 years in broadcasting, the legendary journalist's last appearance as Anchor of CTV NEWS AT SIX will be on Tuesday, Nov. 30.
A hypersonic cruise missile was fired on Nov. 18 amidst recent tensions between Russia and the West. *
Security camera footage shows a man narrowly dodging concrete blocks as strong winds battered the Turkish city of Izmir.
In a video shared on Nov. 29, actor Matthew McConaughey put the rumours to rest by announcing that he will not run for Texas governor.
A first-of-its-kind electric tundra buggy for polar bear sightseeing is being used for tourist transportation in Churchill, Man. CTV’s Jill Macyshon reports.
As researchers continue to study the new COVID-19 variant Omicron stoking fears around the globe, vaccine manufacturers are issuing guidance on their shots' effectiveness.
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) says it has intercepted hundreds of suspected falsified or fraudulent COVID-19 test results and proof of vaccination credentials since they were required for travel.
Unvaccinated travellers over the age of 12 won't be able to board a plane or passenger train in Canada beginning today, and a negative COVID-19 test will no longer serve as a substitute for most people. The stringent new requirement comes into effect as Canada reacts to the emergence of the Omicron variant.
Ontario's pandemic death toll hit 10,000 people on Tuesday as the province reported nearly 700 new COVID-19 cases.
Federal ministers and public health officials will be providing an update later today on measures Canada is taking in response to the Omicron variant.
A Pfizer study involving more than a million fully vaccinated people found that COVID-19 breakthrough infections were more common among immunocompromised individuals and were far more likely to lead to hospitalization or death.
Authorities say a 15-year-old sophomore opened fire at his Michigan high school, killing three other students and wounding six other people, including a teacher.
The federal telecommunications regulator says new technology will help reduce the frequency and impact of caller ID spoofing.
Extending both the sickness and caregiving benefits into next spring – as proposed in Bill C-2 – will cost the government approximately $873 million, the Parliamentary Budget Officer (PBO) estimates.
Aerial video shows the extent of flooding in the Sumas Prairie following the second of three consecutive storms on B.C.'s South Coast.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau gives address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne in the House of Commons.
Children aged 5 to 11 were comforted by their parents and nurses as they receive the COVID-19 vaccine at an Ohio hospital on Nov. 3.