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The semi-truck driver responsible for the deadly Humboldt Broncos bus crash is fighting deportation.
The province reported 37 new cases of COVID-19 in Saskatoon on Thursday, with six people in hospital in the area.
Saskatoon Police Service has confirmed its first positive COVID-19 case in an officer.
Saskatchewan Party candidate and advanced education minister Tina Beaudry-Mellor has conceded defeat following a tight race with the NDP’s Aleana Young.
The SHA has issued advisories for businesses in Saskatoon, Prince Albert, North Battleford, Lloydminster and Martensville.
Royal University Hospital (RUH), Jim Pattison Children's Hospital (JPCH) and the Saskatoon Cancer Centre (SCC) are under a water advisory due to a water line break at RUH Thursday morning.
In the summer of 2019, a group of Indigenous artists were excited to showcase their work in Tokyo, Japan, as part of a trade mission billed as a way to promote Indigenous art abroad.
A Prince Albert Police Service inspector says he attributes much of the recent spike in violent crime to conflict between members of the same gangs.
Incumbent Saskatoon mayoral candidate Charlie Clark defended the city’s planned Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) route at the North Saskatoon Business Association candidate forum Wednesday night.
Saskatchewan’s senior citizens have had to deal with a range of emotional and social challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a Saskatchewan Polytechnic research project.
Saskatoon mayoral candidate Rob Norris plans to demonstrate Saskatchewan’s natural beauty with a “Paris of the Prairies” nominee immigration program.
A preliminary hearing held Mon. Oct. 26 determined Bryce Bird, 20, will face a trail by judge alone at the Court of Queen’s Bench in Prince Albert for the death of Cody McAdam.
Police and and paramedics were called to scene after a bus hit a pedestrian around 8 p.m. on Oct. 29.
Future pandemics will happen more often, kill more people and wreak even worse damage to the global economy than COVID-19 without a fundamental shift in how humans treat nature, the United Nations' biodiversity panel said Thursday.
The Saskatchewan RCMP major crimes unit is investigating after a man was found dead in his home last week.
In his bid for re-election, mayoral candidate Charlie Clark is proposing a new fund to help encourage people to get outdoors and also visit local businesses during the winter.
As the results of the mail-in ballots continue to come in, there are updated totals available for seven Saskatchewan constituencies, with four appearing to have a mathematical winner.
A Saskatoon nightclub operator says the province’s new public health orders will definitely have an impact on his businesses, but it’s a small price to pay if it stops the spread of COVID-19.
Saskatoon police say a man suffered minor injuries following a collision involving a bus and a pedestrian.
Saskatchewan reported 82 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday, setting another single-day high for new cases.
Starting Wednesday, the Saskatoon Police Service is beefing up its presence in the downtown core as part of an initiative to educate the public through enforcement.
Morning fog hangs over low large sections of Saskatchewan this morning.
During a press conference called with less than hour's notice Wednesday afternoon, NDP Leader Ryan Meili said he's "excited to get back to the legislature."
During curling season, business is good at the Granite Curling Club, according to general manager Steve Turner.
The province of Saskatchewan reported 67 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, along with 53 more recoveries
In the wake of multiple outbreaks at night clubs in Saskatoon, the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) is bringing in a series of health restrictions focused on night clubs in the city.
Gather groceries; give groceries - that is the mission of the grade 12 student, Jordan Reekie.
After a larger than expected demand for mail-in ballots, the City of Saskatoon is asking residents to consider voting at advance polls or voting on election day.
The SHA has issued advisories for businesses Saskatoon, Prince Albert, Canwood and Shellbrook businesses.
A Saskatoon mayoral candidate says there needs to be a shift in priorities when it comes to city budgets, focusing less on new, big-ticket projects, and focusing more on community supports.
Saskatoon Youth Soccer Inc. (SYSI) says three cases of COVID-19 have been found in its league.
Morgana Scully has anxiety and depression and has found that face masks help her keep focused on what matters.
Two elementary schools in Saskatoon are reporting positive cases of COVID-19.