Police in Saskatchewan issued 523 tickets for distracted driving, including 441 for use of a cellphone, in March 2017.
Distracted driving is a problem that only seems to be getting worse in Saskatchewan. According to SGI, it's the leading cause of crashes, and ranks second in deadly...
Public Schools of Saskatchewan said in a news release comments made by Premier Wall were disappointing on April 25, 2017.
Public Schools of Saskatchewan are not happy with Brad Wall's response to a court ruling about Catholic schools receiving provincial funding for non-Catholic...
Elbow, Sask. Mayor Rob Hundeby (left) and FSIN Chief Bobby Cameron (right) signed a reconciliatory memorandum of understanding on April 25, 2017.
The mayor of Elbow, Sask., is apologizing for how he thought of indigenous people in the past and hoping to make it right.  
Government announced a reversal in the $4.8 million cuts made to library funding in the provincial budget.
Program cuts and layoff notices at Saskatchewan libraries can be rescinded now that government has restored the funding cuts made in the budget. On Monday,...
Moose Jaw City Council voted on a 6.24 per cent mill rate increase.
It's not the nine per cent council started with but it's also not the 1.88 per cent it saw a few weeks ago either. 
Forestry remains an important industry in northern Saskatchewan, where it is the second most important economic driver.
Quebec and B.C. will be hit the hardest by new duties imposed on the Canadian softwood lumber bound for the U.S. – but they won't be the only ones. On Tuesday, the...
K9 signs autographs for kids after a Pats game. Rollie Bourassa has been the Pats mascot for 39 years.
At the centre of every “Go Pats Go” at the Brandt Centre is a friendly red dog.
The Pats peppered 29 shots on net including 13 in the first period in the 3-1 loss to Lethbridge Tuesday night.
It stuck out as a bad omen right from the start. Just 16 seconds into the game Brennan Menell scored on the Pats and goaltender Tyler Brown and for the rest of the...
WAINWRIGHT, Alta. — One soldier has been killed and three others have been injured in a training accident at Canadian Forces Base Wainwright in east-central Alberta.
WASHINGTON — Step aside, China and Mexico: Canada is now U.S. President Donald Trump's whipping-boy-du-jour on trade, something he made abundantly clear Tuesday...

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