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Quebec's premier is quick to reject "dirty" oil from Western Canada in favour of hydro power, but new data indicate the province's citizens are buying record amounts of gasoline and increasingly purchasing trucks and bigger homes.
Local documentarian and filmmaker Stephen Hall's latest mini documentary features youths from the Queen City, who express their views on the future of solar power in Saskatchewan.
A search party will be combing fields and properties around Rambler Park, near the Italian Club, on 13th Avenue on Sunday afternoon in Regina.
Evangeline MacKinnon was relieved to find out that the bird she rescued was a crow and not a raven. Having a crow as a pet does not break Saskatchewan's Captive Wildlife Regulations.
Farmers are legitimate business owners trying to remain profitable and sustainable in a tough industry, all while providing for their own families. You can stop treating us like martyrs, says Osler, Sask., dairy farmer Cam Houle.
Police have not said if the investigation is being treated as a homicide. They first responded after a report of a man lying outside a home on the 1000 block of College Avenue.
According to the Public Health Agency of Canada, 16 people have died across from flu across the country so far this season. A quarter of those deaths were in Saskatchewan, according to the province.
After 40 years living in Los Angeles, Burton Cummings is now calling Moose Jaw, Sask., home. It doesn't have an international airport, but it's way more "sane" he says.
About 200 people donned in bright yellow clothing gathered on Regina's Albert Memorial Bridge to protest a variety of issues on Saturday.
A dangerous offender with a long history of sexual offences against children, including his own, has had his sentence of eight years’ imprisonment upheld, after Saskatchewan’s Court of Appeal dismissed the Crown’s appeal for a longer sentence.
Darian Lonechild's work with the Saskatoon Police Service is meant to bridge the gap between Indigenous youth and police.
A group calling itself Indigenous Food in the City wants fewer barriers to the sharing of traditional foods, especially wild game, in urban settings.
The Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority confirmed it has received complaints about a brewery in the province.
A Queen's Bench justice in Medicine Hat, Alta., granted a defence application for the mental review.
A man was sentenced Friday for his role in a 2016 series of vicious beatings that only came to an end after the kidnappers' van got stuck in the mud near a graveyard.
A pair of RCMP officers, along with a police dog, are being praised for finding a suspect just before he slipped into a diabetic coma.
A report on the Humboldt Broncos crash released this week will be carefully examined by both sides involved in the criminal court case of the semi driver involved, says a Saskatoon lawyer.