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'Dave', who has been a regular user of prostitutes for years, talks about the sex trade from the point of view of a 'john'.
One of the burrowing owls kept in captivity by the Saskatchewan Burrowing Owl Interpretive Centre peaks out of his cage on Tuesday.
Economists and immigration experts say there are solutions at hand as the Conservatives grapple with yet another controversy involving temporary foreign workers.
Three youths who were looking for interesting locations to practice their photography skills came upon a disturbing scene - the body of a homeless person in an abandoned barn.
Luke Coupal calls the public art installation at the corner of Avenue C North and 33rd Street West "unsightly".
A female in her late 20s was found deceased in a residence on Petterson Drive at about 10:30 p.m. Further details will be released once the postmortem is completed, and proper notification of the family has taken place.
A man charged with stealing more than $1-million from the Whitecap Dakota First Nation is now facing new charges.
The study found traffic was backed up by trains for as long as 54 minutes. Saskatoon Fire Chief Dan Paulsen says that is making it very difficult for emergency crews to get to certain parts of the city.
Regina's master plan for transportation is designed to convince more people to take mass transit, bike or even walk to work.
Elvie De La Cruz is among the 35 employees from the Philippines working at Honey Bee Manufacturing in Frontier, Sask.
Jared Frank of Regina was taking a selfie in front of a train in Peru when somebody kicked him in the head.
In the downtown area, businesses were in the dark and the street lights were out.
Constable Cory Kerr holds the Taser that is strapped on to his belt. The Moose Jaw Police Service began equipping its officers with the stun gun on April 18. On April 18, members of the Moose Jaw Police Service equipped its officers with Tasers for the first time.
People's expectations of the Meewasin Valley Authority exceed the agency's ability to deliver under its current financial limitations, says its chief operating officer.
The Canadian literary world is remembering Alistair MacLeod as not only a great writer but also an amiable person and gifted academic who inspired generations of students and scribes.