A Prince Albert Police Service (PAPS) officer is facing charges in connection with two separate incidents.
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.
Amid cries of support and criticism, the Saskatchewan government stays committed to expediting its plans to force a pronoun policy into law.
A Saskatoon woman is recovering after a harrowing incident in front of a city library in September.
Saskatchewan's premier spent part of the morning in Saskatoon promoting a pre-existing affordability program that aims to keep children active.
Statistics Canada has released new data about how the economy started off the third quarter, saying the country's GDP remains essentially unchanged. One economist says it highlights an ongoing trend of weak performance.
In defiance of a King's Bench ruling, Saskatchewan's premier plans to force a controversial school pronoun policy into law.
With Sept. 30 marking the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation the former Chief of Cowessess First Nation says it’s Saskatchewan’s young people leading the way.
The Crown has stayed the charges against a pair of Saskatoon police officers accused in two unrelated incidents involving police dogs.
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.
The federal Liberal government has made a lot of promises to Indigenous Peoples. But do those promises line up with what communities on the ground really want and need, or reflect their diversity?
A Scarborough family said they were shocked to get a notice from the City of Toronto that the artificial grass in their backyard, including a putting green, will have to be ripped out.
A new study finds walking an additional 3,000 steps per day can significantly reduce high blood pressure in older adults with hypertension.
Economists warn both Canada's economy and individual Canadians could suffer from impacts of a U.S. government shutdown, and that those impacts will deepen and broaden the longer it lasts.
Indian Foreign Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar said on Friday there was a 'climate of violence' and an 'atmosphere of intimidation' against Indian diplomats in Canada, where the presence of Sikh separatist groups has frustrated New Delhi.
The country's top soldier and outside experts say that finding almost $1 billion in savings in the Department of National Defence budget will affect the Armed Forces' capabilities, although the defence minister insisted Friday the budget is not being cut.
A bail bondsman charged alongside former President Donald Trump and 17 others in the Georgia election interference case pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges on Friday, becoming the first defendant to accept a plea deal with prosecutors.
A man who prosecutors say ordered the 1996 killing of rapper Tupac Shakur was arrested and charged with murder Friday in a long-awaited breakthrough in one of hip-hop's most enduring mysteries.
For the past five days, vehicles laden with refugees have poured into Armenia, fleeing from the crumbling enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh in neighbouring Azerbaijan. In a special report for CTVNews.ca, journalist Neil Hauer recounts what it's like on the ground in Armenia.
The federal government looks to cut around $1B from the National Defence budget; meanwhile, an arrest made in the Tupac cold case.