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.
Saskatoon Tribal Council will bar around 30 people with "complex needs" from its Emergency Wellness Centre as of Oct. 1.
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.
Residents in a Saskatchewan town fear the closure of Grades 7 to 12 at the local school may be a setback the community won't be able to recover from.
Politicians are preparing for the fall sitting of the Saskatchewan legislature.
A recent report from Food Banks Canada has handed Saskatchewan a grade of D on its poverty report card, behind the national average of D+.
On Sunday, the minimum wage in Saskatchewan is going up to $14 an hour.
Saskatoon police are investigating a suspicious death near St. Paul’s Hospital on Tuesday morning.
Rachael Meckling has had a passion for drawing since she was a little girl.
Heather Butts reports on Maya Turner, the first woman to play and score in a regular season university football game.
A U.S. judge ruled Tuesday that Donald Trump committed fraud for years while building the real estate empire that catapulted him to fame and the White House, and he ordered some of the former president's companies removed from his control and dissolved.
Anthony Rota has resigned from his prestigious position as Speaker of the House of Commons over his invitation to, and the House's subsequent recognition of, a man who fought for a Nazi unit during the Second World War. Now, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is facing calls to apologize, and investigate.
A long-time, close friend of Hardeep Singh Nijjar says the Sikh activist found a tracking device underneath his car before he was killed outside the Guru Nanak Sikh Gurdwara in June.
Hollywood's writers strike was declared over after nearly five months Tuesday night when board members from their union approved a contract agreement with studios, bringing the industry at least partly back from a historic halt in production.
About five people picketing in the United Auto Workers strike outside a Flint-area General Motors plant suffered minor injuries Tuesday when a vehicle leaving the plant struck them, police said.
After more than 30 years of caring for critically ill patients in emergency and intensive care, Dr. Scott Anderson is preparing to face off against the hospital where he works in London, Ont., in a case described as "unusual" by lawyers and potentially costly for Ontario taxpayers.
The Canadian women's national soccer team has clinched a spot in the 2024 Paris Games after defeating Jamaica 4-1 on aggregate in Olympic qualifying.
Health Canada has issued a recall notice for certain smart plugs due to the risk of electric shock.
Landmark net neutrality rules rescinded under former President Donald Trump could return under a new push by U.S. Federal Communications Commission chair Jessica Rosenworcel. The rules would reclassify broadband access as an essential service on par with other utilities like water or power.
House Speaker Anthony Rota has resigned after he invited a WWII veteran who fought for the Nazi's into Parliament.