A Saskatchewan family is pleading for information about the death of their son following an attack on a reserve in Greater Victoria, B.C.
Kyle Syrenne, 26, was walking to his girlfriend’s home on the Songhees First Nation early Saturday when two men and two women apparently got out of a taxi and assaulted him.
Syrenne suffered life-threatening injuries and died in hospital Tuesday. RCMP are still trying to identify the people involved.
More Canadian content has been added to the Rider roster.
On Wednesday, the Riders announced the signings of three Canadians - defensive back Michael Carter, linebacker Kyle Jones and defensive back Kristopher Robertson.
Carter comes to Riderville after spending the previous three seasons with the Montreal Alouettes. The four-year veteran has picked up 15 tackles and 10 special teams tackles in 39 games. The Windsor, ON native was originally drafted by the B.C. Lions in the third round of the 2011 draft but made his CFL debut with the Ti-Cats.
A Regina man who volunteered with Scouts Canada and church groups has been arrested and charged with sexual offences involving teens, and police believe there may be more victims.
According to Lanigan RCMP, two parents called them at the end of the July 2014 after finding inappropriate text messages from an adult man to their teenage son.
Police investigated with the help of RCMP in Regina and found another victim.
Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Chief Perry Bellegarde and Aboriginal Affairs Minister Bernard Valcourt will meet face to face in the wake of a deadly fire that killed two toddlers on the Makwa Sahgaiehcan First Nation.
A fire on the Makwa Sahgaiehacan First Nation last week that killed two children has been at the centre of a firestorm of controversy, but we may never know what started the fire.
The province's Emergency Management and Fire Services said the damage to the home is so severe, investigators won't be able to determine the cause of the fire.
They were able to determine there was a battery-operated smoke detector in the home, but don't know whether it was in working condition at the time of the fire.
Fans at the Winnipeg Jets game Tuesday night at the MTS Centre had more to cheer for than a win over the Dallas Stars.
A little girl appeared on the arena's jumbotron. Wearing a blue dress, she waved at the camera before holding up a sign that read, "Chemo by day, Jets by night."
The crowd gave the girl a huge applause - even the players on the ice tapped their sticks.
The Conservative's anti-terror bill C-51 has cleared second reading, moving a step closer to becoming law.
The bill would grant the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) the power to 'disrupt' potential terrorist attacks.
That worries Opposition leader Thomas Mulcair.
Speaking to John Gormley Live on Tuesday, Mulcair said the bill risks effectively turning CSIS spies into police officers without subjecting them to the same oversight.
He wasn't a free agent, but Jeremy O'Day has decided to stay in Riderville for at least a few more years.
The team came to terms on Tuesday with their assistant general manager on a new three year extension.
O'Day first came to Saskatchewan 16 years ago as a player looking for a chance to play. Needless to say, he never would have seen this kind of success on and off the field for himself when he did.
If he had listened to his mother, none of this likely would have ever happened for him.
RCMP have identified the person killed in a crash with a semi near Redvers as 26-year-old Brook Faron Biesenthal.
The man, who was from Kenosee Lake, Sask., was alone in the car when it hit the semi head-on on Highway 13 about one kilometre west of the town on Sunday.
The driver of the semi had minor injuries.
An autopsy was ordered to help with identifying the driver of the car. The collision is still being investigated by the RCMP.
Redvers is about 240 km southeast of Regina.
Saskatchewan is the belle of the ball when it comes to mining operations, according to The Fraser Institute.
Its recent mining survey of 122 jurisdictions around the world found that Saskatchewan is the most-popular place in Canada for mining operations, and the second-most-popular place in the world for mining operations behind Finland.
The survey said it's because of Saskatchewan's abundance of minerals, and provincial government's approach to mining practices.