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Woman dead after shooting near Montreal Lake
One person is injured and one person is dead after an altercation at a residence in the Montreal Lake Cree Nation on Nov. 17. Two suspects were taken into police custody after a short pursuit along highway 2 north of Prince Albert.
'We hope we're being considered': Regina possible home to outdoor NHL game
An Evraz spokesperson says they have hosted discussions with the National Hockey League about the possibility of playing an outdoor hockey game in the Queen City.
Antidepressant shortage alarms Saskatchewan patients with mental illnesses
The shortage in Canada of bupropion, a popular prescription antidepressant, has been stressful for patients with mental illnesses and the people who care for them.
This Saskatoon art exhibit is the cat's meow — literally
An art exhibit inspired by cats, about cats and for cats is taking place each 'Caturday' in November in Saskatoon.
What's next for oilpatch hit by 'perfect storm'?
Alberta oil producers have been struggling with low crude prices for months, but the situation leapt to national prominence this week as prices slipped below $14 US a barrel and some companies began calling for the provincial government to mandate production cuts.
Saskatoon Hilltops make history with 5th straight Canadian Bowl win
Sask. muralist defies death with art meant to stand the test of time
'It makes me feel so proud': CBC TV's Still Standing heads to Radisson, Sask.
North Battleford, Sask. needs social action — not more police — to shake 'Crimetown' rep
Vintage cartoons and cereal buffet bringing kids, adults together at Broadway Theatre
CUPW rejects latest offer from Canada Post: Rotating strikes to continue
Hilltops hoping to make history with fifth-straight Canadian Bowl win
Why sex assault veiled as hazing may be viewed as a 'rite of passage'
'I know why people don't come forward': Woman says she was sexually harassed by former reeve of RM
Researcher says Sask. government's trespassing laws survey was 'flawed'
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