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Two-year-old Byron Gardypie Jr. died in June. His mother says she is still searching for answers about what took his life.
After two years at the helm of Saskatchewan’s RCMP, Assistant Commissioner Mark Fisher is stepping down as Commanding Officer of F Division.
Saskatchewan reported another COVID-19 related death on Thursday, marking the 19th death related to the virus in the province.
A Saskatoon woman says she wants her fridge replaced after mistakenly buying a five-year-old model last month.
Haylie MacIntosh says she was disappointed in the province’s Safe Schools Plan.
Another Saskatoon business says it has been forced to close due to the pressures of the pandemic.
A Saskatoon restaurant received a visit from a couple of viral video stars Thursday afternoon as they took part in an eating challenge.
The body of a six-year-old boy who disappeared at Makwa Lake last month has been recovered.
Walmart customers should prepare to have a face mask handy as the retail giant will soon be requiring mandatory masks in all of its Canadian locations.
It seems the only thing that could stop the Saskatoon Hilltops from winning another championship was a pandemic.
Some farmers across Saskatchewan have begun harvesting crops, while others will soon begin harvest within the next week or two.
A Tim Horton restaurant in Regina has closed after an employee tested positive for COVID-19.
Medavie Health Services says crews responded to a record 100 calls for people overdosing on drugs during the week of July 27 to Aug. 3.
The lawyer representing the mother accused in the homicide of her 18-month-old son says she is not responsible for the death.
Krysta Shacklock’s five-year old daughter Casey would’ve started Kindergarten at Brevoort Park School in the fall.
Now could be a good time to sell a home in Saskatoon, according to the Saskatchewan Realtors Association (SRA).
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, more people have been opting to eat local and in turn feed the local economy, according to a Saskatoon chef and restaurant owner.
Hydration will be critical for anyone spending significant time outside today, with temperatures reaching the low thirties.
Regina police have charged a woman in the death of an eighteen-month-old boy.
Thousands of parents have signed a petition urging the province to revise its back-to-school plan.
The head of the Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation (STF) says the provincial government fell short in its back-to-school planning by not requiring masks in schools this fall.
A Saskatchewan substitute teacher says she doesn’t feel safe in the province’s back-to-school plan.
In a landmark decision, four Canadians suffering from terminal illnesses have been approved to receive psilocybin therapy to treat their anxiety.
A 28-year-old man faces a second degree murder charge in relation to a homicide over the weekend at the Saskatoon Inn.
The dangers of impaired driving will be the new focus for this month’s SGI Traffic Safety Spotlight.
In a divisive vote, Regina city council members voted to see the facilities licenced and follow stringent rules
Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools students and staff will be expected to complete a daily screening checklist prior to entering school this fall.
Younger students in the Saskatoon Public Schools division will likely have fewer toys to play with this fall and older students won't be stopping at their lockers between classes.
The federal government is partnering with biopharmaceutical and biotechnology giants Pfizer and Moderna to help secure millions of vaccine doses to be ready for distribution across Canada in 2021.
Heat warnings have been issued in our region, with the next two days seeing a significant spike in temperatures.
The province has released the guidelines school divisions are expected follow to when in-person classes resume this fall.
Downed trees and powerlines, and extensive damage to homes and properties is what is left after a strong wind-storm hit the town of Macklin.
Fayaz Kadir says a dispute with a property maintenance worker has led to racist insults, vandalism and a close call with a van.
The province reported nine new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday and launched a new map which details cases across 13 regions.