Simon Grant, 64, died of injuries he sustained in an armed robbery at his La Ronge restaurant Louisiana's Bar-B-Que in April 2017..
Nearly two weeks after an armed robbery at Louisiana's Bar-B-Que in La Ronge, RCMP have arrested three people.
A benefit for Zachary (left) and Cole Veit (right) is planned in Wilkie April 29, 2017. It's after the boys mother was found dead in March 2017.
An outpouring of love and support for two brothers as the communities of Wilkie, Unity and the Battlefords rally together.
Simon Lasair (left) and The Canadian Association of Spiritual Care are calling for a moratorium to not eliminate funding until after the province wide health region is in place.
Provincial budget cuts have left yet another service slashed, this time it's spiritual care. The move to eliminate chaplains and other religious leaders from health...
Donors and officials used personalized shovels with hockey stick handles for the sod turning of Merlis Belsher Place on April 28, 2017.
The sod is turned and now the University of Saskatchewan is looking to turn a new leaf with a modern arena. Over 100 people attended a ground-breaking ceremony for...
WASHINGTON — In his first 100 days in office, President Donald Trump has produced hundreds of tweets, fired scores of rockets at Syria, signed dozens of executive...
Tom Fortosky, spokesperson for the Saskatchewan Catholic School Boards Association, met with media in Saskatoon Friday to talk about plans to appeal a recent court decision that will impact their funding.
The province's eight Catholic school boards are unanimously endorsing a move to appeal a recent court decision, known as the Theodore case.  
Greater Saskatoon says it relocated a fundraiser for Saskatoon Sexual Health, which administers inclusive programming, due to an issue of alcohol in the facility.
Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools is being accused of cancelling an LGTBQ-friendly event on the basis of sexual discrimination. 
With Bill 40 now law, the Saskatchewan government can sell up to 49 per cent of any Crown.
The government is entertaining future partnership opportunities for SaskTel as a result of the passing of Bill 40. Bill 40 allows for up to 49 per cent of the...
Uniformed police officers didn't arrive at the main protest point until 6:15 p.m. on April 27, 2017 as protesters blocked traffic.
Saskatoon police say they are reviewing their response to a protest outside Prairieland Park Thursday evening.  
The Petroleum Services Association of Canada is changing its original 2017 forecast for oil drilling in Saskatchewan to 2,670 oil wells, which is up from 1,940.
More oil wells are expected to be drilled in Saskatchewan in 2017 than originally forecast. The Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC) is forecasting a...

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