A Saskatoon boy with a rare brain tumour who was known for inspiring others in the community has died.
A 20-year-old man now faces an additional murder charge after another person died from their injuries in hospital.
A Saskatchewan woman is making her mark on a global stage after one of her nature photographs made the the top 10 at the World Photographic Cup (WPC).
A public health expert says Saskatchewan's own experience shows how public health restrictions can halt the spread of COVID-19.
Two Canadians were killed and another was injured in a shooting at a Mexican resort near Playa del Carmen on Friday, local officials have reported. The shooting took place at Hotel Xcaret.
A Canada-wide warrant has been issued for a Saskatchewan man charged with the abduction of his seven-year-old daughter.
City of Saskatoon administration is outlining how the city is preparing for potential staffing issues due to the Omicron COVID-19 variant in a report headed to the Governance and Priorities Committee on Monday.
Saskatoon resident Kevin Hicks served in the British Army for nine years and now he’s taking what he learned and teaching students in some of Canada’s most remote areas.
Northern residents are being advised to avoid all non-essential travel out of the Northern Saskatchewan Administrative District until the end of February to slow the spread of the fifth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A programming error limited Saskatchewan COVID-19 death and recovered case data reporting in January, according to the Government of Saskatchewan.
Saskatoon pediatrician Dr. Ayisha Kurji is encouraging families to get their children vaccinated, saying after an initial spike when the shots became available, the rate of pediatric vaccines in the province has plateaued.
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.
Nine COVID-19-related deaths were reported in Saskatchewan on Friday, marking the first time a death was recorded since Jan. 6.
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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.
The Canadian navy will get a rare shoutout in China next month as Canada's Olympic sliding athletes are set to compete on sleds paying homage to historic warships at the Beijing Games.
Montreal teenager Eryn Margolese can't stand the cold -- she has a condition called cold urticaria that causes her to have an itchy rash, and can even produce life-threatening anaphylaxis.
Toronto’s waterfront is set to welcome Ontario’s first elementary school built inside of a condo building.
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.
Caitrin talks to Nashville-based Canadian singer-songwriter about her new single and her upcoming tour plans.
Musician and actor Meat Loaf discusses his iconic album 'Bat out of Hell' and what goes into his performances.
A 19-year-old pilot set a world record as the youngest woman to fly solo around the world.
Recycling of rapid tests is a headache for those that collect and sort, and it's costing time and money.
'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.
Under Taliban rule, journalists are being threatened, attacked and detained for their work while others, many of them women, have been forced from their jobs.
U.S. agents have launched an investigation into a larger human smuggling operation after a family of four froze to death while attempting to cross into the United States from Canada near Emerson, Man. during a blizzard.
The fifth and latest COVID-19 wave driven by the Omicron variant may have reached its peak, says Canada’s top public health official, but hospitalizations and intensive care admissions, which lag behind infections, are still climbing.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says 24 Sussex Drive, the official residence of Canada's prime minister, is in 'terrible condition' and he and his family have no plans to move in during his time in office.
A Russian-American historian says a full-scale war between Russia and Ukraine would have 'tragic' consequences for the Ukrainians, and would lead to the end of Russian President Vladimir Putin's regime.
British Columbia is beginning to manage COVID-19 more like the common cold, the province's top doctor said Friday while explaining major shifts in the government's approach to the pandemic.
Before taking his own life, Brian Laundrie wrote in a notebook he was responsible for Gabby Petito's death, according to the FBI.
Officials say they're shifting the approach B.C. is taking as they deal with the ongoing spread of COVID-19.