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...
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...
Premier Brad Wall told a crowd of supporters the province would "beat" a federal carbon tax in court during a speech in Saskatoon on April 27, 2017.
Premier Brad Wall made his clearest indication yet he'll challenge a federal carbon tax in court during a speech Thursday night. Speaking at the premier's dinner in...
Chris Jones has been fined several times since taking over leadership of the Roughriders totaling more than $110,000.
While the Roughriders maintain that they never worked out former NFL quarterback Johnny Manziel, head coach and vice-president of football operations Chris Jones...
The Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo is holding a contest to pick a name for its newest baby monkey.
The Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo needs a little help naming one of their newest additions.   The zoo welcomed a baby Goeldi monkey on Feb. 6. Now that she...
Contractor Ryan Schwab recoverd a floor safe from the remains of the Bonanza Steakhouse on 8th Street East . The restaurant is being torn down after being heavily damaged in a fire on Feb. 21.
Ryan Schwab hopes to cash in on a 40-year-old floor safe he found Wednesday while tearing down the Bonanza Steakhouse.  

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