Saskatchewan


Sask. Privacy Commissioner rules that health cards cannot be required for ID

Saskatchewan’s privacy commissioner says that people do not have to provide their health cards for ordinary ID.

Sam Edwards

City of Regina puts TRIGGER WARNING on statue of Sir John A. Macdonald—just in time for Canada Day

A statue of Sir John A. MacDonald in Regina's Victoria Park has become the subject of debate, prompting the City of Regina to place a plaque with a "trigger warning" on it.

Quinn Patrick

Online petition calling for defunding of Regina Police Service gains speed

Policing is often Regina's main expense and in 2020, the budget was almost $4 million higher than in 2019. Now, some are calling to put an end to the funding.

Sam Edwards

Mother and her two children perish in Saskatchewan house fire

RCMP have confirmed that on Thursday, a house fire in North Battleford, Saskatchewan, has claimed the life of a mother and two children.

Quinn Patrick

Missing Edmonton woman's remains found in Sask. after four years

Remains found by the Saskatchewan RCMP belong to an Edmonton woman, officials confirmed on Thursday. The woman had been missing for four years.

Sam Edwards

NDP leader outraged that Saskatchewan premier doesn't support vandalizing war memorials

Scott Moe posted a tweet supporting the right to protest peacefully but not to vandalize war memorials. The province's NDP leader, Ryan Meili, disagreed.

Sam Edwards

Saskatoon farmers help put out wildfire by dumping dirt on flames

The fires broke out roughly five kilometres from the city on Highway 14 and Range Road 3065 at around 3:30 pm on Saturday.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Applications for Saskatchewan's big game hunt draw to close May 1

Those who wish to hunt in Saskatchewan's big game hunt will have to apply before midnight of May 1 to join, and only online applications will be accepted.

Quinn Patrick

BREAKING: Saskatchewan to reopen starting May 4

Moe announced that over the next several weeks, restrictions would be gradually lifted, adding more types of businesses to the "allowable businesses" list, granting businesses the ability to reopen if they choose.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Humboldt Broncos bus crash was two years ago, today

It was two years ago today that 16 people died and 13 were injured in the Saskatchewan Humboldt Broncos junior hockey team bus crash on April 6, 2018.

Quinn Patrick

Saskatchewan lab has coronavirus vaccine in testing stages

A Saskatchewan lab has announced that they are officially in the testing stages of developing a vaccine for the coronavirus.

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

Man allegedly hid cameras in women’s bathroom at Tim Hortons

A man in Regina has been charged after allegedly placing two cameras in the women’s bathroom of a Tim Hortons on Rochdale Boulevard.

Sam Edwards

Regina Police deal with 19 fentanyl-related overdoses

Police in Regina are facing a series of overdoses since recently. They were called out to 14 overdoses over this past weekend with five more on Monday.

Quinn Patrick

Ex-Greenpeace leader deplatformed from sustainability conference in Regina

Greenpeace co-founder, Patrick Moore, has been de-platformed from a sustainability conference at the Queensbury Convention Centre in Regina.

Sam Edwards

Homes of seven Regina Co-op Refinery managers vandalized

Investigations are being conducted by the Regina Police Service regarding seven cases involving property damage to homes of Co-op Refinery managers.

Sam Edwards