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Doris Tan at her second home in Okanagan Falls, B.C. The sheep farm and vineyard reminded her of her family's old orchard in China.
At 2315 hours 20140417 a call was received through the Communications Center of a vehicle vs pedestrian collision on Hwy 11 in the south bound lanes at Craik SK.
The quiet of a Moose Jaw neighbourhood was shattered by a gunshot hitting a home's window as the occupants slept.
Dallas Brian Poole, 41, returned to Regina Court of Queen's Bench earlier this week to learn his sentence on one count each of making and possessing child pornography.
Tanning salon operator Tammy Zinn says tanning can be done safely, although the Saskatchewan Cancer Society is worried about the message being sent to young people.
Carolann Houle and her father Omer are showing off a unique creation at the Draggins Rod and Custom Car Show this weekend in Saskatoon.
After a night of rocking out to some of heavy metal's biggest stars, you may need to call your mom to come and get you.
Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages Shelly Glover visited Regina today to meet with community and private-sector representatives of the Regina area for a roundtable discussion on how Canada should celebrate our 150th birthday in 2017.
An unoccupied RCMP patrol cruiser was severely damaged when a suspect crashed through a road block on Highway 2, south of La Ronge.
The shop, Vintage Vinyl and Hemp Emporium, and a private residence in Regina were the focus of police raids in March of 2013 that led to a number of people facing charges related to marijuana production.
After four months of being unable to raise $30,000 to gain his release, a man accused of aiding a teen in the 2007 shooting death of Calgary teen Adam Cavanagh has had his bail cut in half to $15,000.
The Cornwall Centre, a downtown Regina shopping mall, was the scene of a violent random knife attack early Tuesday night.
Recently, an outbreak of the sexually transmitted infection in the city was declared, prompting the University of Saskatchewan to email its students advising regular testing for the disease.