REGINA — Saskatchewan’s auditor is to investigate the province’s procurement and payment practices when people on social assistance need to stay at hotels.... Read more
After three days of budget deliberations, Saskatoon city councillors have trimmed about $6 million from a two-year, $40-million funding gap.... Read more
Outgoing commissioner Ron Robison saw the WHL expand from 18 to 22 teams. Incoming commissioner Dan Near says he's thrilled to join 'the best development league in the world.'
Globe Theatre is 'Making Spirits Brighter' once again this season, with the return of their holiday production.
The Queen City Wellness Pharmacy held their second ID clinic Thursday afternoon at the Heritage Community Association.
Saskatchewan's auditor is to investigate the province's procurement and payment practices when people on social assistance need to stay at hotels.
Internal Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) documents obtained by the provincial NDP show that four of the province's major hospitals were subject to critical care bypasses on Nov. 29.
If you're buying gifts for family or friends that live somewhere else, there are plenty of shipping options. Do you want to bring a parcel to the post office? Would you rather order online and ship to another person's home? What about key dates and courier options? The Deal Diva has tips to help... Read more
The Saskatchewan Health Authority signed a patient rights and responsibilities agreement titled Our Commitment to Each Other on Thursday. SHA says the document is “enshrining several elements related to patient safety, quality care and the SHA’s commitment to truth and reconciliation.”
Saskatoon police say two men were attacked by a pair of dogs in the Holiday Park area Wednesday night. According to police, a man was walking with his three young children on Schuyler Street when two dogs approached them with no owner in sight. Police say the dogs bit the man several times while... Read more
Premier Scott Moe is yet again defending the nearly $800,000 price tag for an upcoming trip to Dubai by members of the Saskatchewan government. Moe and a delegation of Saskatchewan-based businesses are heading to Dubai for the Conference of Parties (COP28), the United Nations Climate Change... Read more
Corey Mace comes to the Roughriders from the Toronto Argonauts, where he has served as defensive co-ordinator for the past two years.
Not only will Saskatoon residents see property tax increases for 2024-25, they can also look forward to a whole host of fee, admission or rate increases for most city-related business and facilities. During the third day of budget deliberations, Lynne Lacroix — the City of Saskatoon’s... Read more
Mace has spent the last two seasons as the defensive coordinator for the Toronto Argonauts, where he won a Grey Cup with the team in 2022.
Nikki Vanduyvendyk, co-owner of Dutch Growers in Saskatoon said this is the second year of a tree shortage.
The federal government has allocated an additional 100 nominations to the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program, bringing the total for 2023 to 7,350.
The final list for those attending the United Nations' COP 28 climate change conference includes 55 total companies, nearly half of which are not Saskatchewan-based.... Read more
The former chair of the Regina Exhibition Association Limited (REAL) board of directors issued a statement Thursday containing allegations regarding the relationship between REAL and city council.
It’s official: Corey Mace is the new face of the Saskatchewan Roughriders. The CFL team confirmed it had hired Mace to become its next head coach. The Green... Read more
COP28 is an international climate summit where leaders and stakeholders from around the world to collaborate on issues related to climate change.
Quips were exchanged at the opening of Saskatoon city council’s third day of budget deliberations over the prospect of the... Read more
The document was introduced during the SHA's board meeting on Thursday. It serves as a comprehensive guide, delineating the rights and responsibilities of patients.
Saskatchewan’s auditor is going to investigate how the provincial government picks and pays for hotel stays, in the wake of revelations about a Saskatchewan Party MLA’s motel. On Thursday, Tara Clemett’s office said the auditor will investigate the province’s procurement and payment practices... Read more
Justen Close, 25, who hails from Kindersley, Sask., is in his final season of NCAA hockey with the University of Minnesota.
Santa has lost his presents and needs magical friends like Rudolph and the Sugar Plum Fairy to find them. Glow’s indoor light festival theme this year is a fairy tale Christmas that will take visitors through a whimsical adventure of glistening lights at Prairieland Park. Guylaine Patenaude, the... Read more
"We need to do some work on the livestock side so that we aren't having these AgriRecovery settlements that aren't budgeting for," said Ian Boxall with APAS.
Gracie Anderson tried so many sports, looking for the special activity that best suited her personality and talents.... Read more
Saskatoon police have arrested two men accused of impaired driving in separate incidents on Thursday morning.... Read more
A Saskatchewan woman who's been waiting months for breast biopsy says the province's decision to look to Alberta for help with breast cancer diagnostic procedures is a step in the right direction.
Affinity Credit Union said this week it will close its St. Mary’s location on 20th Street in Saskatoon next April. The news has left many in that community surprised and asking questions why the credit union would do it. A letter from Affinity Credit Union CEO Mark Lane said the decision was not... Read more
OTTAWA — As Indigenous leaders engage in heated debate over a federal bill that would formalize several Metis self-governance agreements, the Liberal minister for Crown-Indigenous relations was expected to face tough questions.... Read more
Piapot First Nation acting Chief Ira Lavallee says the legendary singer and songwriter should take a DNA test to provide a definitive answer about her heritage.
Saskatchewan's provincial auditor Tara Clemett says she's to investigate how the province chooses hotels for those who require social assistance.
The Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Saskatchewan Division says a new 9-8-8 Suicide Crisis Helpline launched Thursday that residents can call or text anytime is a huge step.... Read more
With little snow on the ground, concerns over dry conditions continue to grow, especially for farmers across the Prairies.
Mere months after saying the budget was "essentially balanced," The City of Regina is now forecasting a $1.6 million deficit by the end of the year.... Read more
Minister of Health Everett Hindley says the province will be covering the $3.5 million cost for patients to travel to Alberta for breast cancer screening, to alleviate the stress of too-long wait lists.... Read more
As November wraps up and the holiday season gets into full swing, it is not beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Saskatchewan. Environment and Climate Change Canada senior climatologist David Phillips joined The Evan Bray Show on Thursday to talk about the mild winter so far and what folks in... Read more
It is expected that a judge will deliver a decision Friday on whether or not he's found a former Regina Pats coach guilty of sexually assaulting a 17-year-old hockey player in 1988.... Read more
The Saskatchewan Marshals Service has found its leader in former RCMP officer Robert Cameron.