Researchers provide a first look at a PhytoPET imaging system, a new tool that could allow researchers to develop new crop varieties.
For the first time in its history, a woman will head the Saskatchewan Mining Association.
Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools is eliminating 12 aboriginal student retention positions due to a budget shortfall.
Solido Design Automation will be hiring more software engineers after receiving a $1.8 million investment from the federal government.
Brightenview Development International has removed all references from its website for a proposed megamall in Dundurn.
A concrete barrier on 22nd Street in Saskatoon has been removed and will temporarily be replaced by plastic posts.
Saskatoon police responded to a bomb threat at Saskatchewan Polytechnic on Tuesday.
A record number of people turned to the Saskatoon Food Bank during March.
Officials announced a new location for the 2017 Canada Remembers air show this summer.
Margaret Trudeau, Brett Kissel, Jully Black among list of speakers and performers at WE Day Saskatchewan.
The Just Watch Me! contest gave Prairie business owners a chance to show ability comes in all forms and is not a detriment to employment or success.
Saskatoon Public Library renames the Library on 20th Street branch to honour the legacy of Freda Ahenakew.
Jason Leuschen, who has roots in Saskatchewan, has been shortlisted to become one of Canada’s next astronauts.
The Just Watch ME! video contest for rural entrepreneurs in Saskatchewan and Manitoba with disabilities or health conditions enters the online voting phase.
A new Insightrix Research poll shows Saskatchewan people support the new provincial impaired driving laws, but not as certain of the impact of the changes.