Flair Airlines is filling Air Canada’s gap with a new direct flight route between Saskatoon and Calgary.
A person is dead following a fire in a Rosthern, Sask. apartment building, according to RCMP.
Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) cases and hospitalizations have gone up in Saskatchewan over the past two weeks, according to the province’s recent Community Respiratory Illness Surveillance Program (CRISP) Situation Report.
The Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations (FSIN) questions how the provincial government can increase First Nations autonomy by amending legislation when self-governance is an “inherent treaty right.”
Four men have been charged after an investigation into people purchasing sexual services from high-risk sex workers, according to police.
Saskatoon business advocate Keith Moen was blindsided when he learned of Air Canada's plan to stop the twice-daily direct flights from Saskatoon and Regina to Calgary on Jan. 16, 2023.
Potential solutions to control the smell of a Saskatoon business are set to be discussed in a meeting at city hall later this month.
A Martensville man has won $100,000 from Lotto Max.
Lance Littlecrow, 26, pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the 2015 death of Danil Tsannie today.
The RCMP has suspended a controversial contract it had awarded to a Canadian company whose parent organization has ties to the Chinese government, CTV News has confirmed.
Russia freed WNBA star Brittney Griner on Thursday in a dramatic prisoner exchange, as the U.S. released notorious Russian arms dealer Viktor Bout but failed to win freedom for a Canadian-born U.S. citizen, Paul Whelan, who has been jailed for nearly four years.
Canadian singer Celine Dion was diagnosed with stiff-person syndrome, a rare neurological condition with no cure, forcing her to take a step away from her world tour.
First Nations leaders in Manitoba are calling for the resignation of Winnipeg's police chief after the force decided to not search a landfill for the remains of two Indigenous women.
The men’s FIFA World Cup is about to enter the quarter-final stage and CTVNews.ca takes a look at the major on-pitch storylines of the past week.
Kiera Harris, the daughter of a woman murdered by an alleged serial killer, called on the Winnipeg Police Service to 'do your job.'
Singer Shaina Twain swapped an iconic lyric at the People's Choice Awards to poke fun at another high-profile Canadian.