More Saskatoon Blades games will have to be rescheduled as COVID continues to impact the Western Hockey League (WHL).
An anti-vaccine mandate protest convoy rolled through Saskatoon on Monday.
Saskatoon's Ukrainian community is closely watching the conflict brewing along the country's border with Russia.
A go-to destination for Korean cuisine in Saskatoon is closing its doors.
Saskatoon vaccine manufacturing facility expected to fire up this summer
A University of Saskatchewan researcher expects that Saskatoon's COVID-19 daily new case count will drop to about 15-20 around the first or second week of February.
The province announced 909 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, along with three more deaths.
There were no injuries in a train derailment southeast of Saskatoon over the weekend, according to CN Rail.
On Monday, Saskatchewan Health Minister Paul Merriman attended his first COVID-19 media briefing in nearly a month.
Meewasin Valley Authority saw 370,000 more visits to its trail in 2021 compared to the year before.
After another seven centimetres of snow fell over the weekend, the City of Saskatoon is declaring a "snow event."
A Saskatoon fire crew was returning to its station Monday morning when it came upon a crash between a passenger vehicle and a one-ton cube van.
Further measures to curb the spread of COVID-19 are not expected to be implemented in Saskatchewan.
WATCH: CTV Saskatoon’s Miriam Valdes-Carletti reports on changes concert-goers can expect.
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).
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.
Manitoba is honouring Sir William Stephenson, the man who many believe is the inspiration for the fictional James Bond, by naming a lake after the real-life spy.
Volodymyr Vorobets has immense worries on his shoulders. The London, Ont. resident, who grew up in Ukraine, fears rising tensions between his homeland and Russia may draw his nephew into a war.
The Vancouver Canucks have hired the first-ever female assistant general manager in the NHL team's history.
A young driver's vehicle was seized over the weekend after they were caught going more than twice the speed limit on a highway through Abbotsford.
Caitrin chats with Kyla Bouvier of Back2Nature wellness about getting grounded by heading outdoors.
Members of an Ontario glee club came together remotely to record a special version of 'O Canada.' Nicole Lampa reports.
Jeremy Rupke in on a mission to have the most Canadian backyard around for his son's 7th birthday.
A dog that was stranded in marshland and at risk of drowning was rescued by a British crew using a drone with a special treat attached to it.
Scientists in the South Pacific have uncovered a rare stretch of pristine coral reef. Daniele Hamamdjian reports.
An Edmonton man will spend three nights in an igloo he built if he raises money for multiple sclerosis research.
An Ontario man thought he won more than $1,400 on a sports bet, only to find out that when it comes to tie games, definitions differ.
Police in New Brunswick have issued an Amber Alert for a missing six-year-old boy who is believed to have been taken by his mother.
After two long years of the COVID-19 pandemic, an infectious disease expert is warning that Canada and other parts of the world may continue to experience waves of cases until the issue of vaccine inequity is addressed.
A few experts break down the concept of 'super immunity,' and the impact that a breakthrough infection has on the body’s immune response, on CTVNews.ca.
Truck drivers protesting against the vaccine mandate at the border have raised more than $3.7 million from donors around the world but the fundraising platform GoFundMe has temporarily stopped organizers from using the money.
The majority of Canadians either support or somewhat support a new health contribution or fine applied to those who remain unvaccinated against COVID-19, according to a new survey by Nanos Research.
Ukraine's leaders sought to reassure the nation that a feared invasion from neighbouring Russia was not imminent, even as they acknowledged the threat is real and prepared to accept a shipment of American military equipment Tuesday to shore up their defences.
According to a December survey on employee mental health, the top thing that Canadians are looking for from their employers is full flexibility in being able to step away from work if they have a personal emergency, with almost a third of Canadians saying this is a priority.
The official spokesman for the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan won’t be apologizing for the Canadian soldiers killed in Kandahar, Zabihullah Mujahid told CTV National News London Bureau Chief Paul Workman in Kabul, Afghanistan. 'They shouldn’t have come,' he said, in an exclusive interview.
A spokesperson for the Taliban is adamant that reports circulating about widespread hunger and human rights violations against women in Afghanistan are not true and that the Taliban government is working to correct its perceived shortcomings on the international stage.
A microphone picked up U.S. President Joe Biden's response after a Fox News reporter asked if inflation is a 'political liability.'
Durham Regional Police Service is looking into a video posted to social media appearing to have been made by an officer while on the job.
Paul Workman speaks to Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan spokesman Zabihullahh Mujahid about the killing of Canadian soldiers in Kandahar.
Sylvain Charlebois of the Dalhousie Agri-Food Analytics Lab says vaccine mandates could close the border to about 140,000 truck drivers.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accuses conservatives of fear mongering when it comes to COVID-19 vaccine mandates for truckers.