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From 2005-2014, 48 Saskatchewan people were killed in domestic violence situations. Their cases have informed the province’s first domestic violence death review. In part two of this three-part series, CBC looks at the role problematic substance use plays.
Last year, Regina broke the record for its driest 11-month period, with only 125 millimetres of precipitation. Now there are concerns next spring could be dry too.
Lawyer Tony Merchant says he will file a statement of claim against West Wind Aviation in the Court of Queen's Bench in Regina Wednesday.
A Saskatchewan doctors group wants the province to make 21 the legal age for buying recreational marijuana, saying it is concerned the impact to public health could be as extreme as that of cigarettes.
Education Minister Bronwyn Eyre says she's heard concerns, but no decisions have been made yet about the coming budget for 2018-2019.
Saskatchewan's employment rate dropped two years in a row recently, a first since 2000. The drops are small, but a two-year slump is rare, and if it continues, the labour market is in deep trouble
A boy who was 17 when he participated in a fatal assault on a northern Saskatchewan restaurant owner is facing the possibility of an adult sentence after pleading guilty to manslaughter.
As Indigenous Services Minister Jane Philpott laid out the goals of her new department on Tuesday, her briefing documents showed stark health challenges.
Bell Canada is alerting customers after hackers illegally accessed the information of fewer than 100,000 customers, the telecom giant told CBC News.
Saskatoon motel owner John Pontes will stand trial in September on allegations of sexual assault and uttering threats.
Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Mike Babcock, two-time Olympic champion Danielle Goyette and former NHL forward Ryan Smyth were named Order of Hockey in Canada honourees on Tuesday.
A man was Tased by Saskatoon police early Tuesday morning after confronting police in an 'aggressive and threatening manner.'
Less than a week before the Saturday leadership contest, the frontrunner remains unclear, and new polls aren't helping, says a CBC analyst.
Christine Angst and her spouse, Jeremy Dole, were lifelong Saskatchewan residents until last November, when they decided to sell everything they owned and move to Alberta in search of work.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the appointment of Tom Molloy as the next Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan on Monday.
The mayor of Prince Albert is pushing for stricter handgun storage rules for gun retailers after firearms were stolen from a store in the city last week.
On Monday, Alberta Economic Development Minister Deron Bilous confirmed the Saskatchewan government dropped its ban on Alberta licence plates on construction sites.