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4-minute rule: New fire hall promises fast response to south Saskatoon fires
Saskatoon's Fire Station No. 3 has a new home. Starting Wednesday, the crew will be working from the new building sitting next door to St. Martin's United Church.
Callie or Maku: Saskatoon zoo asks public to choose name for new baby monkey
The Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park and Zoo has launched a public contest to name their newest Goeldi monkey.
Remains of Sweetgrass Kennedy, 4, found on banks of North Saskatchewan River
RCMP say they have found the remains of a four-year-old boy who disappeared from Prince Albert. Sweetgrass Kennedy was last seen playing with a group of children on the banks of the North Saskatchewan River on May 10.
Dubé Centre to strengthen duress system, but union says more security staff needed
The current staff duress system at the Dubé Centre in Saskatoon simply isn't good enough, according to health officials.
Saskatoon company aims to grow and wholesale cannabis to Prairie recreational, medical markets
A Saskatoon company wants to get into the cannabis business as a wholesaler.
Opioid deaths down in Sask., but local advocate says the fight isn't over
'Very frustrated': Saskatoon mom can't believe wheelchair ramp stolen from backyard
Sask. Ukrainians say U.S. complicit after Trump fails to condemn Russian aggression
Saskatoon airport using falcons to chase away problem birds
Prohibiting pot use in rentals could hurt opioid harm reduction efforts in Saskatoon
Justice For Our Stolen Children camp disappointed in province's lack of action after meeting
Saskatoon Fire Department says garage fire was intentionally set
Humboldt Broncos player Matthieu Gomercic signs with Ontario university hockey team
British politician called out for sharing 'fake news' photo of Saskatoon refugee rally
Musician who toured using Greyhound faces uncertain future after route closures
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