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While Saskatchewan has seen hesitancy from residents to receive AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine, one Regina doctor is encouraging people to take whichever vaccine is offered to them.
Prince Albert’s Michael Hawkins says the province needs to do more to stop people from dying of COVID-19.
It looks like Saskatoon businesses are a step closer to being able to take their businesses outside again this spring.
Saskatchewan made some changes to its age-based COVID-19 vaccine strategy Monday, announcing it will begin immunizing some frontline essential workers – but not all.
A Saskatoon man charged with the sexual assault of child has been suspended from his roles with the Saskatoon Minor Softball Association and Saskatoon Hustlers girls fastpitch zone.
A Saskatoon runner plunged into a frigid river after spotting an eight-year-old boy struggling in the water.
Many people are excited to get their golf game back in gear, but the city is asking golfers to double check their tee-times.
A big chunk of the $58,000 bill to the condo board involves the manpower from Saskatoon Police Service needed to protect contractors while work was being completed on the tower.
Saskatchewan confirmed 300 new COVID-19 cases and one additional death on Monday.
SaskTel announced Monday it will waive overage charges until the end of June to assist those learning or working online as a result of COVID-19.
This past year was tough for winter sports athletes due to restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Summer sport organizations are hoping for a better outcome.
Electric vehicle owners in Saskatoon gathered downtown to raise awareness over the Saskatchewan government’s plan to tax electric vehicles (EVs).
Saskatoon City Hall is exploring ways to rid the city of a problematic weed known as Foxtail.
A stalled low pressure system over Northern Ontario means snowfall warnings continue into Saskatchewan's parkland, with another 10-15cm of snow possible in the Yorkton area.
Saskatoon’s drive-thru COVID-19 vaccination clinic at Prairieland Park will operate on adusted hours Monday.
Easter break is wrapping up for the majority of schools in the province and with the spread of the COVID-19 variants, some are on edge about sending their children back to school.
The Serious Incident Response Team will investigate serious incidents involving police officers in the province, like sexual assault, serious injury or death in police custody.
The first six months of an Indigenous-led outreach support team, Saweyihtotan, recorded 477 interactions, leading individuals to safe housing and providing meals for vulnerable people.
Saskatoon police are asking for the public’s help locating a teen girl who may be in a vulnerable state.
Saskatchewan confirmed 236 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, along with 126 newly detected variants of concern.
Lloydminster is opening a drive-thru immunization clinic at 5521 49 Avenue for residents 55 years of age or older.
Felipe Gomez, a musician and former school teacher, has been named the 2021 Saskatchewanderer — a role that will look different than years past due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lumsden has lost its bid to become Kraft Hockeyville 2021.
Environment Canada has upgraded its special weather statement to a snowfall warning for parts of southern Saskatchewan on Saturday.
The Saskatoon Fire Department (SFD) responded to a call at 11:20 a.m. from a person who noticed a fire on the outside of a building on the deck and roof.
Saskatoon police located a missing man who may be in a vulnerable state.
The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) is warning of increased COVID-19 exposure at a local business in Goodsoil.
The Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation (STF) is urging increased vigilance to protect against COVID-19 and its variants as students to return to class on Monday
Sheena Hearn’s six children are grieving the sudden loss of their mother, some too young to understand that she is gone.
“Hardly a surprise with his age and health, we knew it was coming. One could say it’s the beginning of the end of the Royal Family as most of us know it,” MacDonald said.
Local businesses are stepping up to try and fill a funding gap for Saskatoon’s safe consumption site.
A coronavirus outbreak has been declared at a Saskatoon school after a variant case was identified there.
The Government of Saskatchewan reported six COVID-19 deaths on Friday, along with 358 new cases. There are 138 new variants of concern in the province.
Saskatoon advocates are praising the provincial government’s decision to expand funding for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Nearly 300 Saskatchewan physicians have signed a letter to the government asking for more aggressive measures as the province grapples with COVID-19 variants.