A Saskatchewan RCMP officer charged with first-degree murder in the death of a 26-year-old Prince Albert man made his first court appearance on Thursday morning.
The Saskatchewan government estimates forest companies in the province are on track to harvest record levels of timber in 2021 and into 2022.
Police in Prince Albert, Sask. have charged a RCMP officer with first-degree murder in the death of a 26-year-old man on Tuesday evening.
Cabin owners looking forward to campfires in the District of Lakeland will have to wait until conditions change.
A Prince Albert non-profit is hoping to increase opportunities for families in the west flat with a community garden.
The City of Prince Albert has made a promotional video and contest to encourage people to fill out the 2021 Census of Population conducted by the Government of Canada.
Canadian Cancer Society regional manager Angeline Webb says they support the 20 per cent provincial tax on vapour products.
A partnership between Prince Albert police, Parkland Ambulance and the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) is offering addictions treatment to people incarcerated in police cells.
Sarah Turnbull says wood chips, engineered wood chips, pebbles and sand are difficult to navigate with wheelchairs and walkers.
While the fifth of May is another day to spread awareness about the issue, it also unlocks a lot of hurt.
Construction on Prince Albert’s Victoria Hospital is set to start next year and design of its expansion is already underway, according to the provincial government.
The two leaders behind an awareness walk and tipi camp last summer saw the provincial government act on their demand for a stronger suicide prevention plan last week.
The Lac La Ronge Indian Band and residents in the area are voicing their concerns about plans to harvest peat from traditional land.
Corman Park police and Saskatchewan Highway Patrol say they caught a vehicle speeding 186 km/hr in a 90 km/hr zone on Dalmeny Road on Friday morning.
Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools division says a COVID-19 case is being investigated as a variant of concern.
Producers may finally get the rain they’ve been looking for.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says people fully vaccinated against COVID-19 no longer need to wear masks outdoors and in most indoor settings, but one of Canada's top public health officials suggests a different approach would be taken here.
Two city employees were taken to hospital after an assault in downtown Saskatoon yesterday.
Here’s where to go today to get your COVID-19 shot in Saskatoon and the surrounding areas without an appointment.
The Saskatoon area continues to lead the province in active cases as the Regina area's decline in active cases continues.
Marie Gomez, who works at the Saskatoon Open Door Society, said that around 80 per cent of new Canadians they have helped have received the COVID-19 vaccine.
A cat made good use of one of its 9 lives after leaping from a burning building in Chicago and landing on all fours.
The Last Chance Saloon is listed for $925K and comes complete with historic artifacts, tall tales, ghost stories and no end of lore.
One San Francisco realtor is hoping to cash in on an underwater investment.
Trillions of bugs called Brood X cicadas are emerging from the earth in astounding numbers. CTV’s Joy Malbon has the details.
Crews painted distancing circles throughout Toronto's popular Trinity Bellwoods Park for yet another summer to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Ellen DeGeneres is ending her hit talk show after allegations of running a toxic workplace.
The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) has issued preliminary guidelines detailing what Canadians can expect to do this summer and fall with fewer pandemic restrictions, all dependent on whether the country can meet its vaccine targets.
The number of planes landing in Canada carrying passengers with COVID-19 was cut by more than half in the two weeks after the federal government barred incoming flights from India and Pakistan.
Israel pummeled Gaza with artillery fire and air strikes on Friday as it targeted Palestinian militant tunnels to try to stop persistent rocket attacks on Israeli towns.
A U.S. lawmaker who has made a political crusade out of getting the border with Canada reopened is once again pressing his case with U.S. President Joe Biden.
The World Health Organization urged rich countries on Friday to reconsider plans to vaccinate children and instead donate COVID-19 shots to the COVAX scheme that shares them with poorer nations.
Dr. Theresa Tam says regions can begin to ease restrictions to have a more normal summer if most eligible Canadians get their first dose.