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Lack of bishops' consensus, concerns over cost behind Pope apology decision: Archbishop
A lack of consensus among Canadian bishops played a role in Pope Francis's decision to deny a request that he visit Canada and apologize to Indigenous Peoples for residential schools, according to the Archbishop of Regina.
Saskatchewan asks court if Ottawa's carbon tax is unconstitutional
Saskatchewan's opposition to a federally imposed carbon tax has reached the courts.
Police, fire respond to duplex fire on Saskatoon's west end
Police and fire services responded to the scene of a duplex fire in the Fairhaven neighbourhood of Saskatoon on Wednesday afternoon.
'You have to go on': Saskatoon volunteers paint mural at arena in honour of Humboldt Broncos
A Saskatoon company is volunteering its time as a way to give back after the Humboldt Broncos bus crash.
'We have some work to do': Saskatoon city hall studying parental leave for councillors
Out-of-province companies show interest in Sask. pot licences
MMIWG national inquiry announces new executive director, director of research
Crews rescue dog from icy South Saskatchewan River
Saskatoon police say VLT winner robbed after leaving bar