The director at the Lighthouse is on leave, less than a week after the Saskatoon Fire Department revealed it has found dozens of hazards at the shelter.
Environment Canada has issued a freezing rain warning for the city.
Infectious disease physician Dr. Alexander Wong says Premier Scott Moe's Quebec comparison isn't accurate.
A 20-year-old man is facing a second-degree murder charge in connection to a woman’s death.
City of Saskatoon administration is recommending that the city suspend its framework for reducing the local spread of COVID-19.
People living in remote, isolated Indigenous communities, who are at greater risk of getting COVID-19, have been prioritized to receive some of the first shipments of a newly approved Pfizer drug to treat the illness, according to Indigenous Services Canada (ISC).
Rising prices are starting to have an impact across Canada and Saskatchewan is no exception.
Saskatoon Transit continues to experience delays or cancellations because of cold temperatures affecting buses and lack of spare parts or delays in the shipment of parts due to the Omicron variant, according to a news release.
The Saskatchewan government says it will finish a nine-kilometre stretch of road on its side of the border in hopes of making an all-weather road between La Loche and Fort McMurray a reality.
Saskatchewan reported 1,158 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday, as hospitalizations related to the virus rose above 200 for the first time since November.
Unions representing more than 113,000 Saskatchewan workers are pleading with the provincial government to immediately mandate public health measures based on recommendations from the province’s top doctor.
The University of Saskatchewan is extending its current remote learning plan as Saskatchewan faces a fifth COVID-19 wave driven by the Omicron coronavirus variant.
A Saskatoon woman hopes some sentimental items — including her father's ashes — will be returned after they were stolen from her condo.
WATCH: CTV Saskatoon’s Miriam Valdes-Carletti reports on changes concert-goers can expect.
A provincial byelection is set for Feb.15 in the northwest electoral district of Athabasca.
Saskatchewan is on the “uphill slope” of another COVID-19 surge dominated by the Omicron variant, according to a virologist.
After a harrowing life of being beaten almost to death by her previous owner, Eva -- formerly known as Angie -- was adopted by a loving Montreal couple.
A Manitoba man is sharing the challenges he is facing with cataracts, and says he is desperate to have the surgery, noting he has only 10 per cent of his vision left.
A rookie cop attended a different type of emergency Monday after running toward the sound of screaming in a parking lot.
A Manitoba coffee company is making its way to Hollywood for a handful of award shows including the Oscars.
Caitrin talks to Brit about her top entertainment picks to finish January and start February.
A 19-year-old pilot set a world record as the youngest woman to fly solo around the world.
'Jeopardy!' contestants failed to answer a clue about Prince Edward Island potatoes.
A rare pristine coral reef seemingly untouched by climate change has been discovered off the coast of Tahiti.
An eastern Ontario man is overjoyed his beloved dog, Snickers, is safe and sound after being missing for three weeks, battling the elements, predators, and even illness.
A viral video of an exhausted Toronto kid out with his snow shovel has struck a chord with many. Scott Lightfoot reports.
A new poll has found that nearly 60 per cent of Canadians are having a hard time providing enough food for their families.
A Florida man has been charged with human smuggling after the bodies of four people, including a baby, were found in Manitoba near the Canada-U.S. border.
A doctor who says he faced a barrage of hate and racism after being accused of breaking COVID-19 rules in New Brunswick in 2020 is suing the provincial government, the RCMP and Facebook's owner, Meta.
Russia's Ambassador to Canada Oleg Stepanov says the threat of Western sanctions in response to a military buildup along the Ukraine border carries no weight.
As he starts his second term as UN secretary-general, Antonio Guterres said Thursday the world is worse in many ways than it was five years ago because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the climate crisis and geopolitical tensions that have sparked conflicts everywhere -- but unlike U.S. President Joe Biden he thinks Russia will not invade Ukraine.
CTV National News London Bureau Chief Paul Workman reports for CTVNews.ca on a girls' school in Afghanistan that has grown silent with the rise of the Taliban.
Ontario announced it will allow indoor dining and gyms to reopen and will increase gathering limits on Jan. 31 as part of a three-step plan to ease COVID-19 restrictions in the province.
As inflation increases to levels not seen in decades, experts are advising Canadians to take advantage of coupons, points programs and purchase affordable alternatives where possible to help mitigate the financial strain caused by rising prices.
Russian Ambassador to Canada Oleg V. Stepanov speaks on tensions at the Russia-Ukraine border and the threat of sanctions from Canada.