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Saskatoon Public Schools says a COVID-19 outbreak has been declared at two of its schools.
A 31-year-old woman faces charges after an alleged stabbing earlier this week.
According to the Saskatchewan Realtors Association, the median sale price of a home in the province has gone up 2.6 per cent since last February.
Conditions remain ripe for the onset of fog, leaving travel a dangerous propositions along many of Saskatchewan’s highways.
A northbound SUV collided with a westbound truck that was coming off a grid road that crosses Highway 35, according to RCMP.
The Indigenous architect who is leading the design of the new central library in Saskatoon has been named among Maclean's top 50 powerful Canadians.
Welcome to GAME TIME, a recurring feature in which CTV Saskatoon’s Matt Young brings us the latest news from the world of video games.
In a dataset released Thursday morning, Statistics Canada reported that 84 per cent of COVID-19 cases across the country are caused by community exposures.
Saskatoon police say they have charged a 33-year-old Saskatoon man with sexual exploitation.
Health Canada is just 'days away' from deciding whether to approve Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine.
Buckingham Palace says Prince Philip has been transferred back to the private Prince Edward VII's hospital to continue his recovery after a heart procedure.
'Business in front, party in the back': a hairstyle considered so obnoxious that for years it verged on being an arrestable offence, the mullet has made the unlikeliest comeback of the century.
Saskatchewan will extend the interval between the first and second COVID-19 doses, following new advice from a national panel of medical experts, Premier Scott Moe said on Thursday.
A Martensville gym owner says health officials are neglecting to provide key information about an outbreak situation at his facility.
A Saskatoon psychiatrist says it’s unusual, inappropriate and unethical for a patient referral to be denied without an explanation.
"Accurate information is the backbone of the battle against COVID-19," a public health expert told CTV News.
Saskatchewan recorded 169 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday, along with two deaths and 168 recoveries.
An off-duty Saskatoon firefighter provided assistance after a vehicle rollover on Wednesday.
Darrell Mousseau, a researcher at the University of Saskatchewan, says he found the opposite of what many have believed for years.
The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) is offering some information to help residents understand when they’ve received a call related contact racing and test results from the province.
Saskatchewan Provincial Parks are gearing up for camping season with the launch of reservation bookings next month.
The University of Saskatchewan (U of S) has been awarded $6.7 million from the Canadian Foundation for Innovation to help conserve bison populations and address challenges facing the cattle industry.
With warmer weather expected this weekend the City of Saskatoon is taking steps to make sure the melt goes smoothly.
Police are investigating after a man’s death in Milden.
A 27-year-old man has pleaded guilty to manslaughter in connection to a 2019 homicide in Saskatoon.
On June 2 of last year, staff were just arriving to work at a Tim Horton's located in the city's north end when they found a seven-year-old boy.
The move comes after a carbon monoxide leak at an apartment building that wasn't equipped with CO detectors.
With a decision about return to play approval on the horizon, SJHL players are ready for some certainty after almost 12 months of navigating restrictions, pauses and cancellations.
For more than three months, private indoor gatherings in Saskatchewan have been limited to members of your immediate household.
Saskatchewan's Opposition leader says Premier Scott Moe deliberately misled voters with his promise to balance the budget by 2024.
Saskatchewan reported two new COVID-19 related deaths, as well as 121 new cases on Wednesday.
We'll see temperatures shoot into plus territory again across the bulk of the province
Saskatchewan will see a boost to its COVID-19 vaccine supply this month. The province is slated to receive more doses in March than it’s received in total since the vaccine rollout began.
Six people across Canada benefited from Boulet's organs and the Logan Boulet Effect soon followed. Nearly 147,000 Canadians registered to be donors in the two months after learning the player had signed his donor card.