It’s the last day of filming for Corner Gas: The Movie and people are flocking to Dog River to catch a last glimpse of their favourite characters.
“I drove all the way from Montreal and had to stop here. It’s the pilgrimage,” said Gary Katch.
Like many, Katch became a fan after the show finished airing. He was introduced to Corner Gas during a comedy marathon on TV.
“I fell in love with the show and I just thought it would be a nice pilgrimage to go see where they did it.”
RCMP are searching for two youths who were reported missing early Tuesday morning.
Krista Penunsi and Josh Lemay are from the Pilot Butte area, 17 kilometers east of Regina.
15-year-old Krista is Aboriginal, 5'3" tall, 160 pounds with brown eyes and medium length black hair.
Police say 15-year-old Josh is Aboriginal, 115 pounds and 5'0" tall. He has brown eyes and short brown hair. Both of Josh's ears are pierced
If have any information contact the RCMP White Butte Detachment (306-781-5050) or Crimestoppers (1-800-222-8477).
It was back to work today for the Saskatchewan Roughriders, at least so we've been told.
Only the players and coaches know for sure what happened on the turf at Mosaic Stadium as the doors were sealed shut for their first workout after the week off.
"We're starting as a new season and there's a lot of things that changed. Whether it's the tempo or style of practice," said head coach Corey Chamblin. "Going forward, it gives us time to seclude ourselves, make sure we get everything where we want it to be before it's open and out there."
A Saskatchewan man who got married in the middle political chaos in Ukraine is still separated from his wife by an escalating civil war.
RCMP are asking for the public's help finding a man suspected of sexually assaulting a young girl.
Police first got a report on May 11 from a health care worker that a female under the age of 16 had been sexually assaulted.
From there, an investigation by the RCMP's Wadena detachment led to charges against 48-year-old Vincent Alex Desjarlais of Kylemore, Sask.
He's accused of 2 counts of sexual assault, one count of sexual interference of a person under the age of 16, procuring miscarriage and assault.
Campers will be able to head back to Crooked Lake Provincial Park as soon as Wednesday, as the evacuation order that had been set during the flooding has been lifted.
Seasonal campers will be able to go back to the park Wednesday. Nightly camping for people with reservations and walk-ups will start back up on Friday.
But the water is still too high, so the boat launch will be out of use.
A 63-year-old man from Steinbach, Manitoba lost his life Monday night while riding his motorcycle through Saskatchewan on Highway 1.
RCMP say he was driving west on Highway 1 near Maple Creek when he lost control of the motorcycle and crashed. There were no other people or vehicles involved in the crash.
The man was rushed to hospital, but was pronounced dead on arrival.
A 19 year old from Swift Current is swimming across the English Channel on Tuesday to raise money for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation of Canada.
Meghan Chisholm swam competitively for years growing up and now she is a lifeguard, swimming instructor and helps coach the Swift Current Barracudas swim team.
In previous interviews, Chisholm said she has always had a goal to do a major long-distance swim. On her donation website she writes that teaming up with the JDRF gave her the extra motivation to train for a good cause.
A murder suspect on the run for a week in Yukon territory might be heading to Saskatchewan.
RCMP in Whitehorse say 32-year-old Michael Macpherson is wanted for second degree murder and is considered armed and dangerous.
He has connections in Saskatchewan and British Columbia and police say could be heading to one of those provinces.
Macpherson is also known to use the name Michael Pound or Michael Proud and has a tattoo of a humming bird on his right forearm.
A man found in a Springwater home with up to $400,000 worth of pot plants was found not guilty last month.
The crown did not prove that Clayton Codd had control over the property or "any possession or control over the marijuana found in the house," Justice Neil Gabrielson said in a written decision issued at Battleford Court of Queen's Bench.
RCMP executed a search warrant and raided the home on June 24, 2010, in the community of Springwood, 130 kilometers west of Saskatoon.