The Saskatchewan government says a bill intended to protect SaskEnergy employees and board members from repercussions of not collecting carbon tax for natural gas home heating passed unanimously on Monday.
City councillor Troy Davies is looking back at last week's City of Saskatoon budget deliberations as a missed opportunity.
With the warmer than normal fall weather this year, the start of the outdoor rink season has been delayed for most outdoor enthusiasts.
A man who brutally killed a Saskatoon woman more than 20 years ago has had his day parole revoked.
Many high school students in Saskatchewan are already volunteers in their local community, but now they can earn a "volunteerism" credit.
Officers with Saskatoon’s serious assault unit are investigating after a woman turned up at the emergency room of St. Paul’s Hospital with a stab wound in her neck on Friday.
A group advocating for lower taxes is concerned about a City of Saskatoon environmental program, saying it's cost $116,000 and has only helped a handful of residents.
Saskatoon’s Prairie Harm Reduction (PHR) is defending its place in Pleasant Hill after facing what it calls “accusations regarding its alleged role in the closure” of a neighbourhood credit union.
The former partner of a Saskatchewan Mountie charged with first-degree murder was the first to testify as the trial began on Monday in Prince Albert.
Nearly two months after contract talks broke down, the union representing Saskatchewan's teachers and the province's bargaining committee are set to meet with a conciliation board to find a way forward.
The Saskatchewan government's electrical utility is to remit carbon charges into a nuclear energy investment fund, the province announced Monday.
Two people are dead following two separate crashes on a highway in north-central Saskatchewan over the weekend.
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Inside workers at the City of Prince Albert have voted to accept a new tentative agreement, with 81 per cent in favour.
Police in Prince Albert are asking anyone who witnessed a fatal collision on Saturday to come forward with information.
There’s a piece of superhero history inside a downtown Moncton comic book store that many may not be aware of.
A kangaroo that escaped the Oshawa Zoo during a one-night stay last week has been recaptured after more than three days on the loose.
In October 2022, Doug Olsen was folding laundry in his southeast Edmonton home when he was startled by the loud bang of a meteorite landing on his roof.
Outrage seen from the community and across the country online after the news broke Friday that the City of Moncton would not display the Menorah this year.
Emergency work is underway after a collapse at a Coquitlam, B.C., construction site that was caught on camera this week.
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Global Affairs Canada has confirmed the death of two Canadian citizens in Antigua. 'Consular officials are providing consular assistance and support to the family,' the department told CTVNews.ca.
Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante is 'doing well' but will reduce the pace of her activities over the next few days after collapsing during a press conference at City Hall on Tuesday morning.
In his column for CTVNews.ca, former NDP leader Tom Mulcair says Pierre Poilievre's new 'Housing Hell' video dealt a 'devastating' blow to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his Liberals, whose cupboard seems empty of big ideas.
December is predicted to be unseasonably mild across Canada, thanks to a "moderate-to-strong" El Nino and human-caused warming. Warming and precipitation trends will be stronger in some parts of the country than others, and severe weather is still possible, meteorologists say.
Israel said Tuesday that its troops had entered Gaza's second-largest city as intensified bombardment sent streams of ambulances and cars racing to hospitals with wounded and dead Palestinians, including children, in a bloody new phase of the war.
Canada's financial intelligence agency has levied a $7.4-million penalty against the Royal Bank of Canada for non-compliance with anti-money laundering and terrorist financing measures.
An investigation is underway after two people died while waiting in the emergency room at Anna-Laberge Hospital.
The Biden administration has made a new and significant offer aimed at securing the release of American detainees Paul Whelan and Evan Gershkovich, but Russia has rejected the offer, the State Department said Tuesday.
Statistics Canada is reporting a 'significant increase' in rates of sexual misconduct in the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) last year. The report also states instances of sexual assault were more prevalent among women.