Holocaust survivor Max Eisen shared his story of survival with more than 1,000 Saskatoon students.
A Senate committee made a stop in Saskatoon to hold a public hearing on Bill C-69, which would change how resource developments are reviewed.
A GoFundMe page has been set up for the family of Mark Enwaya, who was fatally shot in Saskatoon in March.
The first individual claims will be filed in court in the next week by Canadian Armed Forces veterans who took the antimalarial drug mefloquine.
Dr. Hassan Masri was working in the intensive care unit (ICU) in Saskatoon the night of the Humboldt Broncos bus crash.
The Humboldt Broncos became a symbol of mourning for everyone across Canada — even around the world — who felt connected to the sport of hockey
A plane which crashed in northern Saskatchewan nearly 60 years ago was recovered at the end of March from Peter Pond Lake.
Four out of five small businesses CFIB surveyed said they would be able to pass on less than a quarter of the new costs to consumers.
A man charged with second-degree murder in connection with the death of a toddler in Prince Albert appeared in court Tuesday morning.
The Saskatchewan government is creating an organ donor registry to encourage people to register their intent to donate.
Saskatoon police have reported five shootings in the Pleasant Hill neighbourhood in March.
With the spring melt underway, muddy roads are keeping car washes in Saskatoon busy.
Saskatoon police are increasing their presence at five mosques in the city in response to the mass shootings in Christchurch, NZ.
Canada’s International Trade Minister Jim Carr addressed blocked canola shipments to China at the SARM convention on Thursday.
Rural delegates faced off with provincial cabinet members during a bear pit session at the SARM convention in Saskatoon.