Striking workers employed by the City of Prince Albert reached a tentative deal Tuesday, according to the union representing them.
An injured kitten is in recovery after being found in an engine during an oil change at a Prince Albert automotive dealership.
Sasaktchewan's labour ministry is stepping in to help resolve a dispute between the City of Prince Albert and striking workers.
A highway crash northeast of Prince Albert on Saturday night sent a vehicle flying over 100 feet into the woods, local firefighters say.
Inside workers at the City of Prince Albert initiated strike action on Monday, with the city saying managers are stepping in to keep the facilities running.
Nearly two decades after the Prince Albert pulp mill closed, former employees plan to come together again. Hundreds are set to attend a reunion at Plaza 88 in Prince Albert on Sept. 16.
A statement from CUPE 882, says their latest offer was rejected on Sunday afternoon, and the city “continues to refuse to negotiate with us.”
The only children and youth psychiatric unit in northern Saskatchewan has paused admissions.
Prince Albert Police Service (PAPS) has charged two individuals in a missing persons investigation.
Former residents of a Northern Saskatchewan children’s home have renewed calls to declare it a residential school site.
An 18-year-old has been charged in the murder of a 42-year-old in a Prince Albert encampment.
Saskatchewan RCMP say they’ve arrested a 31-year-old man wanted in an attempted murder case.
Prince Albert is getting its own Ronald McDonald House to support children and families in the region.
The security guard who arrested a woman outside a Saskatoon grocery store says he watched “his life and livelihood nearly collapse,” after the altercation was caught on camera and shared online.
Saskatoon harm reduction advocate Kayla DeMong says the Saskatoon Tribal Council’s decision to force high-needs drug users from its shelter increases the odds that people will die outdoors this winter.
Saskatoon city council finalized the street name change from John A. Macdonald Road to miyo-wâhkôhtowin Road Wednesday.
After roughly six years of debate, Saskatoon city council has finalized its new curbside garbage utility.
Saskatoon police say they’re no longer investigating the death of a man near St. Paul’s Hospital on Tuesday morning.
Saskatoon Tribal Council will bar around 30 people with "complex needs" from its Emergency Wellness Centre as of Oct. 1.
A Winnipeg man has pleaded guilty to manslaughter and theft of a motor vehicle in connection to the 2021 death of Saskatchewan RCMP Officer Shelby Patton.
The debate over bike lanes is as contentious as ever, and now there’s a concern the posts along Saskatoon’s current lanes are useless because they’re being flattened by vehicles.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau offered 'unreserved apologies' Wednesday for Parliament's recognition of a man who fought for a Nazi unit during the Second World War and said the Canadian government has reached out to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in the wake of the incident.
The governments of Quebec and Canada are set to make a major announcement about the electric vehicle manufacturing supply chain, and rumours have been swirling for weeks a Swedish battery developer and manufacturer could be setting up shop in McMasterville, which is about 30km from Montreal.
Police have locked down and evacuated a section of Barrie, Ont., Wednesday morning in the city's west end amid unconfirmed reports of an explosion.
U.S. District Judge Tanya Chutkan said Wednesday she won't recuse herself from Donald Trump's 2020 election interference case in Washington, rejecting the former president's claims that her past comments raise doubts about whether she can be fair.
Prevention could have prevented nearly seven in 10 premature cancer deaths among women worldwide in 2020, new research has found.
Some magnetic building blocks are being recalled by Health Canada as they do not meet the magnetic force requirements and pose ingestion hazards for children.
Hyundai and Kia have issued a recall for several vehicle models and are urging drivers to park away from buildings due to the risk that the issue could start a fire.
Dozens of people faced criminal charges Wednesday after a night of social media-fueled mayhem in which groups of thieves, apparently working together, smashed their way into stores in several areas of Philadelphia, stuffing plastic bags with merchandise and fleeing, authorities said.
The studio lights are going dark at 'ET Canada.' Corus Entertainment says it has decided to cease production on the long-running Canadian arts and entertainment news magazine after 18 seasons.
An incident that triggered a frenzy of global condemnation also prompted an apology, in front of parliament, by PM Justin Trudeau.