Sunday marks day 10 since the first tent in Camp Marjorie was pitched in Regina's Core Community Park.
The Saskatchewan Underwater Council (SUC) and the Moose Jaw Barracudas Scuba Club invited divers from the province to try their hand at carving a pumpkin underwater.
Located about 30 minutes north of Saskatoon, in the hamlet of Neuanlage, lies a hidden gem for any Halloween scare enthusiasts.
As a recently established ‘Tent City’ for individuals facing homelessness continues to grow in Regina’s Core Community Park, volunteers and organizers are trying their best to help find secure housing for those looking for it. Taz Dhaliwal has an update on the situation. Read more
A classic comeback has produced the first first-place finish in Regina Thunder history.... Read more
The Saskatoon Hilltops took a big step Sunday toward securing a first-round playoff bye and semifinal game on home turf.... Read more
The whole engagement was captured on a GoPro camera that was mounted on top of the keg.
Police say around 10 p.m. on Saturday, police were called to a business on the 4100 block of 5th Avenue for a report of a robbery.
Over 100 people took part in a scavenger hunt across Saskatoon, helping raise money for cystic fibrosis (CF) clinical research.
Women continue to be underrepresented in skilled trades in Canada. According to the most recent data from Statistics Canada, fewer than four per cent of the people who held industrial, electrical or construction jobs in 2019 were women.
Sean Barschel took the opportunity to propose to his girlfriend at a traditional keg tapping at Bushwakker Brewpub in Regina.
First Nation communities in the province’s north have significantly higher active case and death counts than the rest of Saskatchewan, according to population and provincial COVID-19 data.
Nineteen months into the COVID-19 pandemic, it seems online meetings have become a run-of-the-mill part of daily life. But while contacting colleagues and peers over Zoom, Skype, WebEx and Google Teams is no longer foreign, there still seems to be some debate over the etiquette involved in these... Read more
Learning a language, and how to laugh, are never far apart for Solomon Ratt.... Read more
Saskatchewan is reporting 320 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, as well as five more deaths.
Saskatchewan set a new daily record for COVID-19 ICU patients on Sunday with 84 people currently receiving intensive care, after breaking its existing record on Saturday with 81.
There are an additional 249 people in hospital with COVID-19 receiving in-patient care.
Saskatchewan’s latest COVID update was another mixed bag. In its daily update Sunday, the province reported 320 cases and 645 recoveries. That drops the active total to 3,967, the first time it’s been below 4,000 since Sep. 14. However, for the second straight day, there was a new... Read more
One of Canada’s top experts on wild pigs is predicting the invasive creatures will soon be running amok in Prince Albert National Park (PANP). Wild pigs made headlines recently when they were discovered inside Elk Island National Park near Edmonton, marking the first time the creatures have... Read more
Saskatchewan is asking other provinces if they have health-care workers they could send if needed in the coming days to help its struggling intensive care units.
The toasty toes sock drive is once again seeking sock donations for this year's drive. They are aiming to collect 10,000 socks and distribute them to the most vulnerable.
A Regina Police Service member used a CEW in the arrest of a man on Saturday.
A partnership between two local non-profit organizations, along with help from sponsors, has enabled the dream of a Regina indoor turf facility to become a reality.
Belarus import Egor Sidorov notched the game-winner with 5:30 remaining as the Saskatoon Blades edged the host Moose Jaw Warriors 4-3 Saturday night.... Read more
The #7 nationally ranked University of Regina Rams carried a 23-0 lead into the fourth quarter before UBC mounted an incredible comeback to win 31-30 in overtime on a successful two-point conversion.
As Saskatchewan hospitals are stretched to the limit during this fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, chaplains are still finding ways to bring spiritual care to patients.
Following policy, Regina Police Service issues an advisory each time a stun gun is discharged against a person.
South Saskatchewan Ready and Missouri River Country in Montana will be working together to create cross-border tours that will make stops at nine communities in Saskatchewan.
Hundreds of people every day in Saskatchewan are finding out they have COVID-19, but it’s believed there are even more who don’t know. Scott Livingstone, the CEO of the Saskatchewan Health Authority, believes there is a high number of people in the community who are infected with the virus who don’... Read more
Although booster shots and third doses of COVID-19 vaccines aren’t currently recommended for most Canadians, additional doses are being made available to certain populations or those who need to travel for work based on their province or territory of residence.
Regina Police Service is asking for help in the investigation of an incident in Regina Saturday.... Read more
I didn’t challenge some of the vaccine assumptions I learned in my childhood until I became seriously ill, writes Rachel Grantham.
Melanie Patton wants to see law enforcement officers in Canada protected more so they don’t end up dead on the job. She’s the mother of the late Const. Shelby Patton, who died on June 12 in Wolseley after he was... Read more
Regina Police Service used a Taser in the arrest of a man on Saturday night.... Read more
Saskatchewan is looking for people who typically work in ICUs, including nurses, respiratory therapists and perfusionists — staff who operate heart-lung machines.
With more than three decades of experience exhibiting her art across the province, Laureen Marchand knows how difficult it can be to get artwork into a commercial gallery.... Read more
A viewer submitted photo is featured daily in Your Saskatchewan on Global Saskatoon and Global Regina.
With the building rapidly approaching a century old, a fundraiser is aiming to look after some restoration work on Val Marie's Little Brick Schoolhouse.... Read more
A Canadian was among 17 missionaries allegedly kidnapped in Haiti on Saturday, Christian Aid Ministries said in a statement on its website.
The Saskatchewan government has been under pressure to request health-care assistance from the federal government. However, the Saskatchewan Health Authority is not recommending the government do that. Chief executive officer Scott Livingstone said that based on conversations with Alberta, Ottawa... Read more