Many people in Saskatoon are ready for winter to leave and for spring to arrive, but Mother Nature doesn’t always grant those wishes, as it just keeps on giving.
Vancouver police said they pulled a vehicle with Saskatchewan licence plates over around 1 a.m. on Thursday near Burrard and Robson streets, after the driver ran a red light.
Sweet Nutrition was a hit when it first got to the market in Saskatoon in 2018 with a handmade healthy alternative to donuts.
People across Saskatchewan no longer have to wear masks — in fact, all COVID-19 restrictions and protocols are a thing of the past.
A non-profit organization that initially started helping young girls escape human trafficking, is now helping those same girls evacuate Ukraine safely, by making perogies.
With the vaccine and mask mandates now lifted in Saskatchewan, some residents are breathing a sigh of relief as life gets a little closer to normal.
Ukrainian blood runs deep in Saskatchewan and it showed by the many who gathered, made signs, and donated while attending the rally.
The Saskatchewan NDP party is looking for a new leader after Ryan Meili announced his plans to step down from the position.
A woman originally from Saskatoon is now a successful entrepreneur in Ukraine. However, her future looks uncertain as she decides to stay in Kyiv.