Saskatoon's recent rainstorm gave the W.W. Ashley Park dry storm pond system a chance to prove itself.
The Government of Saskatchewan is gearing up for a joint COVID-19 booster and influenza vaccination program in the fall.
City council has cleared the way for an outdoor space for clients of the Saskatoon Tribal Council's (STC) downtown shelter.
Two men convicted in the death of Allan Garrioch apologized at Saskatoon’s Court of Queen’s Bench on Monday.
Holiday Park Golf Course turned 60 years old on Monday morning, and just like the day it first opened when Mayor Sid Buckwold took the first swing, Mayor Charlie Clark was on hand to tee off with a couple of shots.
Saskatoon's wastewater treatment plant struggled to keep up during the June 20 rainstorm that battered the city.
The Saskatoon SPCA says the pressure is mounting at the shelter following an influx of cats.
The signs of COVID-19 are at their lowest levels in Saskatoon's wastewater since January.
The Saskatchewan New Democratic Party has elected Carla Beck as its new leader.
When Ennio Muzzolini walked into Christies Mayfair Bakery in 1965 interested in purchasing the small bakery on 33rd Street, he never imagined he’d one day be looking on as hundreds of people lined the block to get their hands on a baguette, cinnamon bun or wood-fired pizza.
Organizers have decided to cancel the Elk Ridge Open due to an “inordinate amount of rain.”
The ‘ultra low fare’ carrier Swoop entered the Saskatchewan air travel market earlier in June and currently serves three domestic routes out of Regina and Saskatoon.
According to We All Need A Rescue (WANAR), the rescue organization has observed an increasing number of abused dogs since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
WATCH: A 93-year-old golfer is still enjoying participating in the province’s fitness association 55-plus games.
The Prince Albert Fire Department responded to an unusual call on Thursday morning involving a woman sleeping between the rails of a train track.
A group of truckers and dispatchers are helping rescued animals unite with their new owners.
A Ukrainian family fleeing the war has found a new home in Rosthern, Sask.
Leaders from four First Nations in central Alberta say the Pope's upcoming visit could help the world understand the trauma the residential school system caused to Indigenous people.
A 125-year-old sailboat is set to return to the waters of British Columbia after being landlocked for more than 20 years.
Behind prison walls, National Indigenous People's Day was celebrated this month, with inmates at a Manitoba federal prison granted access to music, drumming and sharing circles — positive steps forward to reconnect Indigenous inmates with their culture and rehabilitate a group that is incarcerated at a disproportionate rate.
An act of kindness from a Winnipeg bus driver is being shared by a passenger who says it warmed his heart to witness.
Mounties in Coquitlam are appealing to the public for help tracking down two pieces of artwork that were allegedly stolen from a high school art display.
The couple originally met while working on a flight to Los Angeles. This time, they were flying the same route as passengers to celebrate their anniversary.
Cassidy Hutchinson, a key aide in Donald Trump's White House, told the House committee investigating the violent Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection on Tuesday that Trump was informed that people rallying on the mall that morning had weapons but he told officials to 'let my people in' and march to the Capitol.
Adults over 50 who have had COVID-19 are more likely to experience a shingles outbreak, according to a study published in May.
Scotiabank is putting its Hockey Canada sponsorship on ice. The financial institution said Tuesday the pause will last until it's confident the right steps are taken to improve the culture within the sport.
At a time of enhanced global uncertainty and growing Chinese influence, the Canadian government faces mounting pressure to appoint a diplomatic representative in Beijing after the post has sat vacant for six months.
Airbnb has codified a global policy that prohibits guests from hosting parties or events on all listed properties.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is defending Canadian military spending after a new NATO report this week showed Canada heading in the wrong direction.
Tamara Lich, one of the organizers of the Freedom Convoy, has been arrested in Alberta for alleged breach of bail conditions, CTV News has learned.
With the overturning of Roe v. Wade opening the door to abortion bans in the U.S., Canadian Tiktokers are welcoming Americans who are considering travelling north of the border to get an abortion.
A 101-year-old man was convicted in Germany of 3,518 counts of accessory to murder on Tuesday for serving at the Nazis' Sachsenhausen concentration camp during the Second World War.