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Family of 5 suffers CO poisoning at Candle Lake
A family is recovering from a bout of carbon monoxide poisoning after lighting the furnace in their trailer for the first time this season.
Métis entrepreneur shakes up Saskatoon salsa business
Kim Parent's dance classes started with her teaching a few people salsa out of her sister's garage. Now after years of beating down doors, running two jobs and raising a child on her own, Parent has made a thriving business with Saskatoon Salsa Dance Company. As many as 200 dancers pass through the doors of her studios each week.
Premier Scott Moe continuing $3K legislative secretary top-ups for 13 MLAs
The Saskatchewan Party under Premier Scott Moe is continuing the practice of giving $3,000 bonuses, which the government calls “additional allowances,” to 12 legislative secretaries as well as more than $14,000 to the legislative secretary to the premier
$2.5M lottery winnings up for grabs in Regina
Two people on the Prairies have scored a $5M Lotto 649 jackpot — with one of the winning tickets being purchased in Saskatchewan.
Long weekend relief as Waterhen Lake First Nation settles back home after fire evacuations
Liam Murphy scores OT winner as Titan rally past Broncos at Memorial Cup
Regina police looking for 2 armed-robbery suspects
Marijuana legalization, opioid use raise concerns as boating season begins: advocacy group
Officer fired weapon at vehicle in rural Sask. pursuit that started with torched stolen car: RCMP
80 days later, Regina camp calling for justice stands strong
Canada Post releases commemorative stamp for 100th Memorial Cup in Regina
Better training, cameras among jury recommendations at inquest into woman's death at Regina facility
Bandana-wearing trio flees scene where teen shot in leg, Saskatoon police say
Judge rules contracts of Saskatchewan canola trader are 'unconscionable' and 'must all be set aside'
Alexa Emerson expected to plead guilty and be sentenced next week for white powder packages
Host Pats open 100th Memorial Cup with win over Bulldogs
Prince Albert police investigating after man dies in police custody