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The Saskatchewan government is using federal money to buy 15 roadside drug testing machines to dole out to municipal police forces and the RCMP.
The results of a Saskatchewan government survey about trespassing laws may not be representative of what the rural population actually thinks, one expert says.
Scott Flory was an offensive lineman the last time the U of S Huskies played the Western Mustangs. Now he's the Huskies head coach as the team prepares to compete for a berth in the Vanier Cup.
The Saskatchewan Party's longest-serving MLA, the only founding member of the party still serving, has announced he won't be seeking re-election in 2020.
Therapist Frances Sreedhar said that access to powerful, portable technology may make us feel more connected, but in reality, we may be losing touch with people in the real world, making some lonely and anxious.
A Saskatoon woman is remembering her friend, 37-year-old Crystal McFadyen, who died in her own home after a suspicious fire in July. Police have now charged a man with second-degree murder in her death.
Saskatchewan's Premier said in question period Thursday that sometimes it's OK for public employees to go on vendor-sponsored trips because it brings public benefit and saves taxpayers money, but the example he used turned out to be based on faulty information.
"We've never had a request like this," said a local funeral director, adding she knows of no similar procedure having ever happened in Saskatchewan.
Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations Vice Chief David Pratt says the Muscowpetung Saulteaux Nation has jurisdiction to open their own cannabis retail store, contrary to the provincial ministry of justice's belief.
Changes to Saskatchewan's Seizure of Criminal Property Act should worry more people than just criminals, according an expert on constitutional law.
An expert on business ethics says public health-care employees shouldn't be taking all-expense paid trips even though the Saskatoon Health Region's policy suggests it's OK to do so.
Former Saskatoon city councillor Pat Lorje resigned from the Montgomery Place Community Association board on Wednesday. She said it was over the "racist attitudes" of some members of the board.
A new initiative from the City of Saskatoon is aimed at making it easier for people to take the bus.
The Saskatchewan Health Authority is warning parents in the Rosthern, Sask., area to vaccinate their children against whooping cough, or pertussis.
On Thursday, the Saskatchewan Party government released the findings of a recent survey on trespassing laws in the province. Premier Scott Moe indicated in the throne speech that new trespassing legislation will be introduced.
Erin McCormick owns Therapeutic Equilibrium Riding. Every week, she teaches 110 children and adults with varying degrees of physical and cognitive challenges using therapeutic horseback riding.
The driver of an SUV was taken to hospital after a serious crash involving a school bus in Saskatoon on Thursday morning.