10 hrs ago | CBC News
Saskatoon singer Alexis Normand had help from the crowd at the Memorial Cup game Saturday night after she forgot the words to the American national anthem.
15 hrs ago | CBC News
The Memorial Cup is underway in Saskatoon and it's drawing thousands of fans from across the country to cheer on some of the top NHL prospects.
19 hrs ago | The London Free Press
Halifax Mooseheads' Nathan MacKinnon celebrates after his team scores against the Portland Winterhawks during the 2013 MasterCard Memorial Cup in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Saturday May 18, 2013.
23 hrs ago | CBC News
Man, 52, being loaded into an airambulance on Highway near Kindersley after he was injured in a motorcycle crash.
Yesterday | AVHerald
A Kelowna Flightcraft Boeing 727-200, registration C-GLKF performing freight flight KFA-290 from Regina,SK to Winnipeg,MB with 3 crew, was climbing through 1200 feet out of Regina when the aircraft was hit by a green laser beam from the ground.
Saskatoon police are investigating a double stabbing after two 19-year-old men were wounded with a knife Friday evening.
The Estevan Chamber of Commerce revealed the finalists for the annual Estevan Business Excellence Awards during the Chamber's monthly meeting May 15.
The federal government has joined with the Saskatchewan government and University of Saskatchewan to form a new Canadian Wheat Alliance, dedicated to improving yields and profitability of wheat.
In just a couple of weeks, once the hustle and bustle of the Victoria Day and Memorial Day weekends wind down, some other Niagara Falls attractions will be gearing up for their chance to take part in something remarkable.
Scorch marks on a home on River Street West are from a car fire where a young man's body was discovered in 2011.
Wildfires like this one near Lloydminster in 2012 cause millions of dollars of damage every year in Saskatchewan.
The federal government says its review of the problems at IPAC-CO2 revealed "serious concerns" that will mean tougher scrutiny for future University of Regina projects.
The Saskatchewan government has launched highway construction season - with more than $280 million earmarked this year for building new sections of roads.
Police, fire and ambulance crews got the call to the Prairie Oasis trailer court around 11:20 p.m. CST.
The Supreme Court has upheld the acquittal of a Saskatchewan woman who gave birth in a Walmart bathroom, says she thought her baby was dead, and left it there.