Saskatoon Food Bank could face cutbacks due to an increase in the number of people using the service.
One-week-old baby Noor has no idea what his parents have been through. He’s the newest Canadian in his family.
Saskatoon’s Broadway Ave. is getting a major facelift starting next month when an improvement project kicks off.
A single mother in Saskatoon is overwhelmed by the outpouring of support after she decided to share her door to door sale nightmare with Global News.
150,000 more people were registered to vote this time around and almost 23,000 more people turned up at the polls.
A single mom says she can’t believe she didn’t read the fine print when she agreed to a door-to-door furnace sale.
Days away from election day, party leaders rallied hard in Saskatoon and made some of their final pitches Thursday.
Several polls have been conducted over the course of the Saskatchewan election campaign. But one political scientist says polls can go wrong.
Global’s Leena Latafat had a chance to fly with the Air Support Unit and get a closer look at the aircraft.
More than 100 people came together in a prayer walk to mark Good Friday in Saskatoon and to recognize the social inequality around the world.
Elementary and high school students are heading to the polls to take part in Saskatchewan’s Student Votes program.
Saskatoon Mayor Don Atchison reflects on a fond memory after Rob Ford passed away on Tuesday.
City council is putting the brakes on a proposed anti-bullying bylaw that’s been met with mixed reviews in Saskatoon.
If a bylaw is passed, the City of Saskatoon could penalize anyone who causes another person harm, fear or psychological distress.
The community support program report is out and according to officers, more people in Saskatoon are battling with addictions.