CBC | Saskatoon News
Police were called to the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations office yesterday, part of an apparent power struggle among vice-chiefs.
In the last week of February 2018, Indigenous protest camps popped up in both Calgary and Regina. The Regina camp was forced by court order to come down earlier this month. The Calgary camp is fast approaching 200 days and going strong.
Saskatchewan NDP leader Ryan Meili has given his newest MLA a critic role. Yens Pedersen is the NDP critic for agriculture and environment.
On the eve of National Tree Day, an advocate is urging people to raise their gaze above the streets and sidewalks of Saskatoon and give thanks for the canopy overhead.
The ministry confirmed the news at a press conference on Tuesday, nearly a year after the officer fatally wounded Brydon Whitstone in North Battleford following a brief police chase.
The family of Tori Stafford is angry after they received official notice that child killer Terri-Lynne McClintic has been transferred from a maximum security prison in Ontario to a minimum security aboriginal healing lodge in southern Saskatchewan.
Justice officials confirm Johnathan Gunville was out of jail less than a month when he triggered an Amber Alert by allegedly stealing an SUV with a little girl inside.
An Edmonton man and a woman from Moose Jaw are facing multiple charges after getting arrested in a stolen truck. A photo of the truck was posted online, and then spotted in Saskatoon.
A woman who was reported missing on Saturday was involved in a fatal crash on Monday, according to the RCMP.
The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League Assistance Program will continue to provide much needed mental health support to Saskatchewan’s hockey community after receiving $1.4 million in donations since its creation.
When we heard anecdotally at CBC Saskatchewan that there seemed to be a shortage of puffed wheat, I leapt at the story. Little did I know this would be a very difficult assignment.
Nurses in Saskatchewan are taking viewers to the frontlines of healthcare in a new series of documentaries. The latest instalment focuses on youth mental health.
A radio ad about the "myths" of residential school trauma that aired recently in Saskatchewan has prompted angry reactions across the province and online.
Women who have been infected with HIV and who find themselves pregnant will soon have a place to stay - and thrive - in Saskatoon.
It's the fourth confirmed location among the city's seven future recreational cannabis retail stores.