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The majority of First Nations leaders across Canada have complied with a new federal law ordering them to publicly disclose their salaries, but that's not the case in Saskatchewan.
A teen is facing an arson charge after an investigation into a suspicious fire at a Prince Albert, Sask.
Police say six people, four men and two women, reportedly forced their way into a room of the hotel located in the 600-block of Idylwyld Drive North.
This is a Google Street View image of the home that was hit by a fire in Moose Jaw early Monday morning.
A Regina woman who was denied a haircut at a barbershop for men says she is launching a complaint with the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission for discrimination.
A large electrical contractor in Saskatchewan is being investigated by the federal government over allegations it laid off dozens of Canadian electricians while keeping temporary foreign workers on the job.
Cameco shut down production at the McArthur River mine and Key Lake mill when the union's strike deadline early Saturday morning approached.
Over the next seven months, young leaders in Saskatoon will have a chance to come together as Next Up - an environmental and social justice forum - returns for a fifth year.
Mylinda Isaac stands next to her restaurant sign just after it was torn down Saturday on Saskatoon's west side.
A 16-year-old boy is dead after his pickup truck collided with a semi near Milestone Saturday night.
Two serious rollovers that happened hours apart in the Melfort, Sask. area on Friday night are believed to be alcohol-related.
When Ron Cole, a 71-year-old retired cattle farmer from Saskatchewan, Canada, accidentally knocked an envelope full of pictures off a shelf at his home nearly one year ago, only one photo fell out.
Alcohol is believed to be a factor in two single-vehicle rollovers that Melfort RCMP responded to Friday night.
An Alberta appeal board says the Edmonton Public School Board was unfair in suspending and firing teacher who gave out zeros to his students.
Cree elder Emil Bell is walking 400 kilometres with a petition calling for a national inquiry into missing and murdered aboriginal women.
A two-vehicle crash on Highway 20 near St. Benedict, Sask. involving a gravel truck has left one person dead.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 01:08 am
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