CBC | Saskatoon News
Hackers trying to disrupt or infiltrate banking and government agencies have now set their sights on Canadian elections, said Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale.
Parish members and the community are still cleaning up St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church in Regina after vandals broke in and did significant damage.
Saskatoon is putting up ice sculptures around the city in its bid to promote itself as a vibrant winter city.
The committee responsible for deciding where photo radar is set-up in Saskatchewan is taking applications for more locations.
An RCMP officer in Saskatchewan made a 100-year-old woman's birthday even more special by granting her a birthday wish.
Police in Saskatoon are looking into a stabbing that took place in a man's home in the Pleasant Hill neighbourhood Tuesday afternoon.
The co-founder of a free dental clinic in Saskatoon has been shortlisted for a national dental award.
A chance meeting prompted Saskatchewan's Daniella Pettiti to quit her job at age 30 — and now she's a licensed pilot who graduated through an Indigenous flight school.
The trial of Robert Major, the man charged with causing a crash that killed his girlfriend and two sons, heard harrowing testimony Wednesday from the driver of the semi-trailer Major collided with.
The idea that Indigenous leaders are considering purchasing the multi-billion dollar project is extraordinary, according to Ken Coates, a University of Saskatchewan professor and the Macdonald-Laurier Institute's senior fellow in Aboriginal and Northern Canadian issues.
Staying safe on Saskatchewan’s winter roads begins before you get into the vehicle, says the director of public affairs for Parkland Ambulance.
Indigenous people who live on reserve and in urban communities are disproportionately affected by HIV and hepatitis C, and their communities have been hit hard by crystal meth and opiate addiction, says Saskatchewan's Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations.
Saskatchewan Roughriders coach/GM Chris Jones is leaving the CFL team to take a coaching job with the NFL's Cleveland Browns.
SaskTel says it is comfortable that using equipment from Chinese telecom giant Huawei doesn't compromise Canadians' privacy or security.
It's the time of year when dirt and snow builds up on your car. But if you don't keep your licence plate clean, you can be fined by police.
An information session about the Sixties Scoop Settlement Agreement took place in Montreal on Tuesday and the main message to those in attendance was "fill out a claim."