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City of Saskatoon administration has unveiled recommendations to council for future bus rapid transit (BRT) lines and protected bike lanes.
Little Tots is an intensive early intervention program for children between 18 and 48 months. It is run by Autism Services of Saskatoon and provides one-on-one therapy for autistic children. It is also the only program of its kind in Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe's fraternity of anti-carbon tax premiers has grown by one and he couldn't be more pleased.
Safety concerns about the way people operated ATVs in La Loche led to an RCMP crackdown last weekend. On Tuesday night, one of their on-call officers had their vehicles tires slashed. Police called that action retaliation to their ATV crackdown.
Contract talks between the CFL and its players have turned ugly. The CFL Players' Association has instructed its players not to make travel arrangements to attend training camps when they open May 19.
Entrepreneur John Thomas believes Saskatchewan's decision to not act as a wholesaler between growers and businesses has helped the system flourish.
On the cold evening of Feb. 7, four men and a woman — some wearing masks — forced their way into an apartment in the north end of Saskatoon and assaulted a person inside, according to police.
Police in Saskatoon used less physical force to restrain people last year, but say crystal meth led to the need for more restraining of suspects in detention.
Alcohol is believed to have been a factor in a two-vehicle crash on a rural road Tuesday evening that sent seven people to hospital.
Recreational cannabis has been legal in Canada for six months, but licenced retailers in Saskatchewan say they are struggling to compete with the illegal market.
Calls for indoor sprinklers to be a part of all new home construction have been heating up, and one Saskatoon firefighter is hoping to see the change become part of Canada’s building code.
Security in a Saskatoon provincial court was forced to eject family members of homicide victim Mark Enwaya and the mother of one of the people accused of killing him from court Tuesday morning.
Cpl. Colin Bradley Magee, 46, a 17-year-member of Regina Police Service, has been charged with two counts of assault stemming from incidents in September of 2018.
Since Charlie Clark became a city councillor in 2006, 70,000 people have moved to the city, eight new neighbourhoods have been established and River Landing continues to expand, the mayor said Tuesday during his State of the City address.
A plan to hire a social media influencer to post “authentic content” could be a smart strategy that pays off for Saskatoon Transit, says one marketing professor.
Hundreds of workers at the Saskatoon Co-op will head to the polls today to vote on a tentative agreement.