Friday May 17
Jo Dee Messina reschedules Canadian shows to be with ailing mom
Country songstress Jo Dee Messina has postponed several late May Canadian shows, explaining that her mother's heart complications are the cause.
Thu May 16, 2013
Toronto hosts first national gay-straight alliance summit
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Wed May 15, 2013
Floodwaters decline, but road problems continue
Flooding is on the decline around the province, but some stretches of highway remain under water, the highways ministry says.
Tue May 14, 2013
Regina Leader Post
Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan's First Link program offers a bright spot of hope
Dani Goddard helps families that show up in crisis at the Pasqua Hospital's emergency department because their loved ones have dementia and they don't know where to go for help.
Man gets four years in deadly crash
Geena Favel, front from left, Judy Atcheynum, Rhonda Fisher, Jesse Fox, back left, and Staci Benson visit a memorial Monday erected near the site where a car driven by Robert Badger on July 19, 2012, swerved off Highway 40 and rolled down an embankment.
Mon May 13, 2013
Prince Albert Daily Herald
Curfew bylaw would be hard to enforce: Mayor
While the desire for a curfew bylaw is understandable, but such legislation would be hard to enforce, according to Mayor Jim Scarrow.
Fri May 10, 2013
Guenther: Evaluate cattle, protect pasture this spring
Winter was reluctant to relinquish its death grip on Saskatchewan this year, leaving ranchers with dwindling feed supplies and delayed pasture growth.
North Battleford man faces 10 fraud charges for unfulfilled contracts
Singer k.d. lang is so proud of the Alberta Ballet's artistic take on her prairie upbringing, she wants to see it performed outside the province.
Weyburn This Week
Spring: Pot-Holes and Flooding Waters
Many people in southern Saskatchewan are breathing a collective sigh of relief, as it appears that the forecasted rising waters have not caused the flooding of roadways and not disrupted everyday life as did two years ago.
Thu May 09, 2013
Northland Power's CEO Discusses Q1 2013 Results - Earnings Call Transcript
Ladies and gentlemen thank you for standing-by. Welcome to the Northland Power Conference Call to discuss the First Quarter Results.
STC officially discontinues bus route connecting Southwest Saskatchewan
The STC route connecting Swift Current and Eastend, and Eastend and Mossbank, is on the chopping block as a result of low ridership.
Flooding Continues, But Truckers Managing
It might be early to breathe a sigh of relief, but it looks like truckers in Manitoba and Saskatchewan have escaped the spring melt with only a handful of detours from flooding.
Wed May 08, 2013
Saskatchewan communities line up for disaster assistance because of flooding
Forty-eight Saskatchewan communities have asked the province for disaster assistance because of flooding, while 14 communities were under states of emergency Wednesday.
Sat May 04, 2013
Emergency management officials waiting for water levels to rise in Regina
The James Smith First Nation, the Cowessess First Nation and the RM of Fish Creek bring the total number of communities that have declared emergencies to 13.
Thu May 02, 2013
Saskatchewan Jazz Festival Provincial Tour rolling into Swift Current...
Swift Current will be a swinging place on Friday when a five-member jazz group stops at the Lyric Theatre as part of the second annual SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival Provincial Tour.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Evacuations and wet basements on Poundmaker and Onion Lake Cree nations
Several dozen people have evacuated their homes on the Poundmaker Cree Nation and many more residents of the Onion Lake Cree Nation are preparing to leave after warm weather prompted flooding in west-... In the letter Callous change , Kevin Golding claims that common sense changes made by the Harper government to the Canada Pension Plan in 2009 ... (more)
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Radisson declares state of emergency after spring flooding in community
Police seized the vehicle of a 19-year-old man after issuing him a $508 ticket for excessive speeding on a residential Saskatoon street.
The Globe and Mail
Flooding prompts three Saskatchewan communities to declare states of emergency
The town of Radisson and the village of Borden, which are both located just northwest of Saskatoon, declared emergencies Monday afternoon.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
Flood risk rising at the Battlefords
The Battle River flows into the North Saskatchewan River just outside of North Battleford, and gets its water from Alberta.