CFL players voted against ratifying the tentative deal reached Wednesday between the league and CFL Players' Association, according to sources.
SASKATOON — Members of the CFL Players’ Association have voted against ratifying a new collective bargaining agreement that was reached with the CFL on Wednesday.... Read more
The Cathedral Village Arts Festival kicked off on Monday with a parade after the past two years were presented virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Victoria Day long weekend marks the unofficial start of summer with many outdoor events such as festivals, parades and other activities.
The seat currently held by the Saskatchewan NDP leader Ryan Meili will be up for grabs within six months of his resignation.
The grind continues for the Saskatchewan Roughriders as they continue to gear up for the 2022 CFL season that begins in a matter of weeks. The team got out to a delayed start, just like everyone else in the league, after labour talks delayed the opening of camp. Head coach, Craig Dickenson, says... Read more
SASKATOON — Murray’s musings, mutterings and Monster from Day 5 of the Saskatchewan Roughriders’ main training camp at the University of Saskatchewan’s Griffiths Stadium:... Read more
The Saskatoon Police Service Major Crime Section has arrested a 35-year-old in connection to a murder that took place on Thursday. Police received a call around 4:30 p.m. about an injured man in 100 block of Main Street before a second man was also identified to be hurt and transported to the... Read more
A 35-year-old man has been charged with first-degree murder in connection to a shooting in Saskatoon’s Nutana neighbourhood last week.... Read more
Researchers from the University of Saskatchewan at the Global Institute for Water Security have found slight increases in the viral load of the virus that causes COVID-19 in some cities, following a dramatic drop from weeks prior.
According to a Canadian Press source, CFL players voted against ratifying the tentative deal reached Wednesday between the league and CFL Players' Association. The source spoke on the condition of anonymity Monday as neither the CFL nor the CFL Players' Association immediately... Read more
North Battleford experienced the biggest increase from last week and saw the viral RNA load increase by 161.9 per cent from the week prior.
The tournament is the dream-made-reality of Fred Sasakamoose, the first treaty Indigenous player in the NHL, and welcomed a women's division for the first time this year.
SASKATOON — Kian Schaffer-Baker was cooking on Victoria Day.... Read more
A healthy competition has been brewing at Saskatchewan Roughriders training camp over the weekend.
In 14 seasons of running her store, Sheila Purcell says she has never seen it snow over the May long weekend at Pike Lake Provincial Park. This May long, Purcell and her sister, Shirley Whiteside, are training new owners to take over The Huddle — the park’s go-to, on-site grocery store and... Read more
Premier Scott Moe has laid out the possibilities of what the Saskatchewan government could do with a resource revenue windfall but cautioned it would only come later into the year. Oil and potash prices have soared in the last few months, which has meant a jump in resource revenue for the... Read more
Saskatchewan’s agriculture minister is happy two big grain companies finally have the option to ship canola to China. The ban on imports from Viterra and Richardson (JRI) was lifted Wednesday. “It’s very good news for us,” Agriculture Minister David Marit told reporters at... Read more
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Three different Regina Thunder players and one Saskatoon Hilltops member are currently donning the green and white helmet at Riders Training Camp this week. Connor Klassen, Reese McCormick, and Riley Schick each come from the Thunder program, while Konner Johnson is the lone representative of the... Read more
A daylong memorial began Monday in Kamloops, B.C., at the site of what was once Canada's largest residential school on the one-year anniversary of the announcement of the detection of unmarked graves.
University of Regina associate professor Amy Zarzeczny is peering ahead three years with a bright outlook, after being named one of several recipients of... Read more
A captured Russian soldier who pleaded guilty to killing a civilian was sentenced by a Ukrainian court Monday to life in prison -- the maximum -- amid signs the Kremlin may, in turn, put on trial some of the fighters who surrendered at Mariupol's steelworks.
A splash, a flash of panic and a thump in my chest like a freight train: that's what Jason Ulrich felt when he fell into the frigid water of Saskatchewan’s Buffalo Pound Lake.
Many enjoyed a resurgence in the last few years when restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic forced entertainment outdoors. But with indoor theatres reopened, what’s the outlook for the country’s drive-in industry?
Sometimes called inflation's "sneaky cousin," shrinkflation is popping up on Canadian store shelves. As prices rise, manufacturers may change packaging sizes or put less product inside to maintain profits. Here's how to spot and try to avoid it.
The Sikh Society of Regina’s sixth annual Vaisakha celebration began Sunday with a large parade to the provincial legislature that was followed by festivities in Wascana Park.
A 100 mile bicycle trek took place this weekend raising money for a good cause.
Adding to the intensity of day four of Riders training camp is a fresh set of eyes from a trailblazer on the field, a new female coach who’s the first of her kind in the CFL.
Beekeeping operators have revealed higher than usual mortality rates among honey bees this year in Saskatchewan.
Saskatoon's Persephone Theatre is one of 10 that make up Canada's first playwright unit, which is dedicated to elevating the voices of queer and trans writers — a gap the unit's founders have identified in the nation's theatre ecology.
Waste, organic and recycling collections will continue as scheduled.
Keeping your basketball net out on the street isn’t something you might be able to get away with anymore. Derek Watson says he received a by-law notice from the City of Saskatoon that’s asking him to remove his net from the street during certain situations moving forward. Watson says he’s been... Read more
A University of Regina student has created a children’s book as a resource to teach kids about Indigenous history.
Financial expert gives tips on how to get out of debt and start setting financial goals
Céad míle fáilte! (Scottish Gaelic for a hundred thousand welcomes). And with that greeting, the Saskatchewan Highland Gathering and Celtic Festival returned to Regina on Saturday, featuring an array of pipe bands, dancers and of course, caber tossers.... Read more
Officers of the Regina Police Service (RPS) responded to a report of a robbery just after 11:30 p.m. Saturday night, according to a news release.
A puppy from the Saskatoon SPCA found an unlikely mother in a tall Staffordshire Bull Terrier at its foster home. It’s been taking care of the fluffy, white puppy, which has spinal and neurological problems.
Prairie Valley School Division board chair Janet Kotylak says the province's education budget has again fallen short in operational funding for school divisions — and she is not alone.... Read more
The Saskatoon Farmers’ Market is one of many exciting places to be in the city during the May long weekend. From the flowers and plants outside to unique agricultural products displayed by the indoor vendors, you get your pick of the litter when coming for a visit. George Wipf is from the Rosetown... Read more