CBC | Saskatoon News
A photo from a Saskatoon rally welcoming Syrian refugees is getting huge shares on social media, but for all the wrong reasons.
Indigenous social housing providers will soon push the federal government to rethink plans to overhaul their funding arrangements because they worry the Liberal proposals could leave thousands of low-income families on the street.
People who live in Naicam, 200 kilometres east of Saskatoon, are being told to boil their drinking water this week as crews work on the town's water system.
A driver on Highway 11 speeding to the Country Thunder Music Festival was slapped with a hefty fine by Saskatoon police. Another man was charged for allegedly driving golf cart on grounds while highly intoxicated.
Home sales increased last month for the first time this year, but average selling prices are still slightly lower than they were a year ago.
After hurling accusations of creating hysteria, crippling provinces and taking an ad-hoc approach to a crisis, MPs on the immigration committee agree to hold special hearings on the influx of people illegally crossing the border to claim asylum in Canada.
The Justice For Our Stolen Children camp says it has launched legal action in response to arrests that took place at the camp last month.
Fans and players from 13 countries filled the bleachers wearing their national colours when four years of work culminated with the Junior Mens’ Softball World Championship in Prince Albert on Sunday.
Glow sticks have long been a staple at the Ness Creek Music Festival, but organizers are asking people to get their glow on in different ways this year.
Good art can come in small packages: two carts with wheels is all it takes for the Saskatoon Locals Only project.
Octopi, a craft brewery in Waukanee, Wis., is having to charge customers more — or take a hit to their bottom line — as American tariffs on steel and aluminum imports enter the taproom.
It’s wedding season in Canada and if you plan on witnessing any upcoming nuptials, chances are you’ve been wondering what to give the happy couple.
Jess Moskaluke says it’s difficult to put into words how she feels about being one of two women nominated for the Canadian Country Music Awards fan’s choice accolade in 2018. The other is her idol: Shania Twain.
For the past few years, Carey Olson has been minimizing, reducing gift buying and giving, and finding new ways to celebrate occasions — and she has found it freeing.
The group behind the construction of a winter activity park for tubing, skiing and snowboarding in Saskatoon says its goal is to be operational this winter.
A group of 12 performers from India are making stops in Saskatchewan to perform an ancient dance-drama recently made available to the public.