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Renovations to be revealed at La Loche, Sask., school where shooting took place
The mayor of a northern Saskatchewan community says there are mixed feelings as renovations to the high school are revealed three years after a deadly shooting.
Sask. to meet with First Nation operating unlicensed cannabis store
Saskatchewan's justice minister is to meet next week with the chief of a First Nation that has opened an unlicensed cannabis store.
Riders QB Bridge pushes for change after costly non-call
Brandon Bridge is calling for change. The Saskatchewan Roughriders quarterback wants the CFL's command centre to have the ability to review hits to the head for potential penalties after he was the latest pivot to be on the receiving end of a controversial tackle on Sunday.
Riders head coach noncommittal on QBs Collaros, Bridge for 2019
Saskatchewan Roughriders head coach Chris Jones isn't saying whether he's interested in bringing back either of his quarterbacks next season. Jones also isn't commenting on what his biggest off-season target is.
Harris leads Bombers to West final with win over Roughriders
Andrew Harris ran in a fourth quarter touchdown as the Winnipeg Blue Bombers beat the Saskatchewan Roughriders 23-18 in the West Division semifinal.
An emotional return as Humboldt Broncos play 1st game since crash
The Humboldt Broncos came up short in an emotional first regular-season game since the team's bus crashed in April, killing 16. It was a night marked by sadness, but also celebration as the team emerged from tragedy with the help of many of the players who survived the deadly crash.
Getting back on the ice: Humboldt Broncos to play 1st regular season game since the crash
Ross Gilchrist was able to purchase nearly 30 tickets for when the Broncos get back on the ice Wednesday night for their first regular season game since the tragedy and he offered them to the 220 people he managed to get on the team's alumni mailing list.
Humboldt Broncos back on ice for new season with training camp underway
As head coach Nathan Oystrick skated around the ice barking orders at his new players on Friday night, the Humboldt Broncos looked like any other junior hockey team in training camp.
New HIV diagnoses in Sask. increase for 3rd straight year
The number of newly diagnosed HIV cases in Saskatchewan has increased for a third straight year.
Sask. AIDS worker calls for more drug pipes to combat high HIV rates
An AIDS support worker in Saskatchewan says pipes should be more available to drug users if the province wants to reduce HIV rates that are among the highest in North America.
Saskatchewan NDP wants government to name Indigenous children's advocate
Saskatchewan's Opposition is calling on the provincial government to appoint an Indigenous children's advocate.
Permanent memorial site at Broncos crash site sought, but no decision yet
A community foundation set up after the fatal Humboldt Broncos bus crash is hoping for a permanent memorial at the site.
Premier Scott Moe wants Regina police to remove teepees from park
Saskatchewan's premier says the Regina police should remove teepees that protesters have set up on the legislature grounds.
RCMP commissioner tells MMIWG inquiry she doesn't think force will reach full gender equity
The hearing on police policies and practices continues Tuesday. It's part of the national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.
Lorie Kane says Brooke Henderson's legacy is just beginning
Brooke Henderson stood at the Wascana Country Club podium and looked over at the CP Women's Open trophy, resisting the urge to pick it up.