Legislature sits for last time ahead of fall election

Saskatchewan’s elected political parties have debated and passed legislation and argued their vision for the province’s future on the legislature floor.

WCB to roll out psychological safety strategy and resources

The Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) and WorkSafe Saskatchewan have formed a partnership with a renowned psychologist who specializes in mental health...

Report finds 28 Sask. First Nations more than 50 km away...

A weeks-long project examining pandemic and demographic data has found ongoing concerns among First Nations communities in Saskatchewan about distance from health...

Artist who spent career celebrating Saskatchewan awarded province’s highest honour

The first thing you spot in Rigmor Clarke’s house is a painting.In most modern living rooms, it’s a...

Double rescue as responders pull woman — and fire department SUV...

A river rescue turned into a two-and-a-half hour ordeal Tuesday as crews worked to rescue a woman and a fire department vehicle...

PAGC takes issue with use of force during arrest captured on...

The Prince Albert Grand Council (PAGC) is requesting a meeting with Police Chief Jon Bergen and Prince Albert Mayor Greg Dionne over...

Legion to celebrate Canada Day with fish fry

The Prince Albert Legion might not be able to hold their annual Canada Day celebration in Kinsmen Park this year, but they’re...

USask still on track to open P.A. campus in September

The University of Saskatchewan (USask)is postponing the big community celebration planned to celebrate the opening of the Prince Albert campus hub due...

13 new COVID-19 cases June 26

Saskatchewan reported 13 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, to bring the province's total to 772 cases.Ten of...

École Valois, St. Mary kick off COVID-19-friendly grad ceremonies

Mayor Greg Dionne is calling them the class of COVID-19.This year’s batch of high school graduates is facing...