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Wifred McCallum credits his sobriety and his life to the people that work at Pheonix House in Regina.
Nearly 60 years after a float plane and those aboard went missing, police now have a location for the plane and may attempt a dive into the depths of northern Saskatchewan’s Peter Pond Lake to recover it.
There are growing calls across the country for a handgun ban after a recent spate of shootings, but the new head of the RCMP isn't convinced.
Therese Durston says she started crying yesterday morning when she opened this year's tax notice for the Rural Municipality of McKillop. The notice said she owes $7,182.16, up from last year's fee of $3,759.97.
Smoky conditions continue to persist throughout the province, with Environment Canada issuing special air quality statements for every region in Saskatchewan on Friday.
A fire had crews scrambling and was causing traffic delays near the Meadow Lake Mechanical Pulp Mill and NorSask Forest Products Friday afternoon.
Local golfer Andrew Wilson will be caddying for LPGA professional Kassidy Teare at the Wascana Country Club for the CP Women's Open in Regina.
Lance Murphy's American Staffordshire Bull Terrier cross, Missty, is expected to survive being shot by a Regina police officer, but she may lose her leg.
A Saskatoon-area business’s response to a negative online review recently blew up on social media, with one business consultant describing it as a “textbook case of everything that you shouldn’t do” online as a business.
A U.S. national security review has given Canada's purchase of Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline the thumbs-up. The federal government says all necessary regulatory approvals have been received to close the sale.
It's been 10 years since a woman and five girls drowned inside an SUV near the town of St. Brieux, Sask. Despite an exhaustive investigation by police and the coroner, the cause remains a mystery.
Thirteen people have accepted severance packages as of the end of the SHA's fiscal year, which is March.
Bar owners across the province have questions about how servers are supposed recognize whether someone is impaired on cannabis. Recognizing this impairment is key to whether someone should be served booze.
It was like a real life version of Disney's classic film Bambi, only this time the little fawn's rescuers wore badges and carried handcuffs.
The RCMP says it is going to attempt to recover a plane which crashed in Peter Pond Lake in northern Saskatchewan back in 1959.
Carmichael Outreach in Regina is asking for tent donations from the public as more and more people have turned to the organization for shelter.