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Sunday marked the first day of this year’s Saskatchewan Roughriders training camp at Griffiths Stadium in Saskatoon.
A pedestrian saw the body floating between bridges shortly before noon, according to the Saskatoon Fire Department.
A family is recovering from a bout of carbon monoxide poisoning after lighting the furnace in their trailer for the first time this season.
Kim Parent's dance classes started with her teaching a few people salsa out of her sister's garage. Now after years of beating down doors, running two jobs and raising a child on her own, Parent has made a thriving business with Saskatoon Salsa Dance Company. As many as 200 dancers pass through the doors of her studios each week.
Two people on the Prairies have scored a $5M Lotto 649 jackpot — with one of the winning tickets being purchased in Saskatchewan.
Hundreds of people, along with their pets, have returned to Waterhen Lake First Nation this weekend after a wildfire threatened access to the only road out of the community.
The Saskatchewan Party under Premier Scott Moe is continuing the practice of giving $3,000 bonuses, which the government calls “additional allowances,” to 12 legislative secretaries as well as more than $14,000 to the legislative secretary to the premier
"I don't know what Alexa Emerson's financial situation is but I think it certainly is a responsibility of council and the [city]," says councillor Darren Hill.
Liam Murphy scored the winner in overtime as the Acadie-Bathurst Titan rallied past the Swift Current Broncos 4-3 on Saturday in the Memorial Cup opener for both teams.
Historical film of a royal visit in 1939, recently donated to the city archives, shows the city as it was in full colour when Queen Elizabeth and King George VI became the first reigning monarchs to visit Canada.
The impending legalization of marijuana and the use of prescription opioids are new concerns for boating safety groups, with one director saying his council is preparing for instances of more people boating while impaired.
Witnesses have described seeing three men in bandanas running from the scene of a shooting in Saskatoon Friday night.
After a long and emotional inquest into a woman's death at a Regina remand centre, a jury has released what was described as a "comprehensive" list of recommendations to avoid in-custody deaths in the future.
A 34-year-old man who was in police custody on Friday morning has died, prompting an investigation by Prince Albert Police Service.
As dozens of people crossed a field of high grass toward the final resting place for at least 50 residential school children, the event name used by organizers, "walk for reconciliation," felt more than symbolic.
A teenager in Prince Albert was severely injured Thursday after falling off his longboard while holding on to a moving vehicle.
Alexa Emerson is expected to plead guilty Wednesday to orchestrating a campaign of targetting Saskatoon businesses and individuals with packages containing a white powder last year.
A Court of Queen’s Bench judge has ruled Regina canola trader Input Capital Corporation’s contracts with a Saskatchewan farmer were ‘heavily one-sided’ and ‘unconscionable’ and therefore “they must all be set aside.”
The royal wedding between Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is happening thousands of kilometres away, but that’s not stopping royal watchers in Saskatchewan from taking it in.