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Saskatoon city council heard budget presentations from several organizations during day one of deliberations on the 2021 city budget.
Saskatoon police are asking for help finding a teen girl who was last seen Nov. 24 at 4 p.m. near Avenue H South and 20th Street West.
Saskatchewan’s Chief Medical Health Officer is urging people to be cautious and discouraging inter-provincial travel, as the province heads into the holiday season during a pandemic.
Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools says it learned Wednesday of a positive COVID-19 case at Bethlehem Catholic High School and Holy Cross High School.
A long-term care expert says staff should be frequently tested for COVID-19 to control Saskatchewan’s growing number of outbreaks.
A new report from a Canadian public policy think tank is raising questions about the quality of life of patients who have to wait months and sometimes even years to get surgery.
Saskatchewan reported two COVID-19 related deaths on Wednesday, along with 238 more cases.
The Government of Saskatchewan has apologized for a social media post that appeared to depict a gay couple on World AIDS Day.
Saskatoon police are searching for five suspects in connection to two stabbings and a robbery Tuesday night.
A man is dead after a four-vehicle crash on Highway 7 between Delisle and Laura.
Saskatchewan may see 40 to 50 per cent fewer new COVID-19 cases per day, as a result of the provinces latest public health order, the SHA says in its latest modelling numbers, but it may still run out of ventilators by the end of January.
Business usually picks up at this time of year for Saskatoon’s Frontier Supply Chain, a deliver and courier service.
Members of L’arche Saskatoon, a community of people with and without disabilities, are competing in “Battle of the Fans,” an international lip-syncing competition hosted by people with disabilities.
Curling Canada is moving its biggest competitions of the 2021 season to Calgary.
While a finish line for the pandemic is not quite in sight, Saskatchewan’s Health Minister said a potential vaccine provides a clearer picture of how the province will get there.
Luther Care Communities says four residents have died at one of its care homes in Saskatoon following an outbreak of COVID-19.
Canoe Lake Cree First Nation will be under an indefinite lockdown effective 6 p.m. Wednesday, the community said in a Facebook post.
The City of Saskatoon will begin removing snow from residential streets starting Wednesday
The Ministry of Health posted a COVID-19 outbreak at St. Paul’s Hospital to the provincial outbreak page in error, spokesperson Karen Hill said in an email to media.
The Prince Albert Grand Council (PAGC) Urban Services Community Cares Kitchen is preparing to move the weekday hot meal program inside the Union Centre for the winter months.
A cafe in Saskatoon’s City Park neighbourhood is trying to fill the void inside since moving to takeout and curbside pickup.