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Short on the basic necessities of life, Wade and Marilyn Fitzpatrick had to make the tough decision to get out of Haiti this past weekend. The Weyburn couple spend half the year in Haiti with the mission, Haiti Arise.
A Saskatchewan municipality will butt heads with one of its own hamlets in the Battleford Court of Queen's Bench Wednesday over a controversial redevelopment plan.
A woman found intoxicated and asleep behind the wheel is free to go after a Regina judge has ruled the Regina Police Service breached her Charter rights by videotaping her using the washroom.
Former justice minister and attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould will be called to testify before a parliamentary committee probing the SNC-Lavalin scandal — but opposition critics are furious that no past or current aides in the prime minister's office will be invited to appear.
Three teens have been charged with assault with a weapon after an incident at Regina's Pasqua Hospital.
Payless Shoes is going into creditor protection in the U.S. and Canada, and will likely close its about 2,500 stores in North America.
Ontario skip Rachel Homan and second Joanne Courtney, who are competing at the Scotties in Nova Scotia, are expecting their first babies this summer. But that hasn’t stopped the rink, which is seeking its fourth national title, from getting off to a fast start.
RCMP say the Saskatoon Police Service's Air Support Unit was instrumental in saving the life of a 66-year-old man in North Battleford, Sask.
A man from Weyburn, Sask joined the pro-pipeline convoy on Valentine's Day when it started in Red Deer, Alta. Field construction supervisor Kent Lacoste is now in Ottawa, having his say on pipelines and carbon taxes.
RCMP say information that led them to a home in Christopher Lake turned out to be false, but they still made a number of arrests when they arrived.
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer welcomed a controversial convoy bringing a pro-pipeline message to Ottawa today, assuring participants that "we've got your back."
Young New Canadians are learning how to swim from The Regina Dolphins Optimist Swim Team at the Lawson Aquatic Centre Tuesday evenings.
In 2019, we are more open about many aspects of sexuality, like consent and preferences, than ever before, but sexual health is still often obscured by a cloud of shame and misinformation.
Initially, the Sanford-Becks' new lifestyle was supposed to last a year. They were interested in what it would be like for their family to live in a rural setting. Though they were nervous about living off the land, and aware of all the farming skills they didn't have.
An 18 month old boy in Saskatoon was in a dire situation. He needed to find a family in Saskatchewan or risk deportation to Singapore. Meet the people who stepped up to build a family around this little boy.
Moose Jaw resident Mickey Gower, 99, has curled for decades. She no longer plays in a league, but continues to play as a spare and is a familiar face at the rink.
A day after the bombshell resignation of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's closest adviser, the SNC-Lavalin controversy shows no sign of fading as opposition parties in the House of Commons unite to demand a public inquiry.