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The United Kingdom is looking to share a bigger slice of Saskatchewan's economic prosperity, says a visiting U.K cabinet Minister.
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Cher Plante laughs during her graduation ceremony, as a dozen people celebrated their completion of nine months of study in the Community Learning for Success program at St.
Wall says he now believes it would be easier to scrap Parliament's chamber of sober second thought than try to change it.
The paving contractor responsible for twinning the highway between Prince Albert and Saskatoon expects construction to start up again this July.
A Saskatoon scientist is part of an international team that has solved a long-standing puzzle related to the formation and behaviour of stars.
On Tuesday, besieged with questions about The Great Senate Scandal, Stephen Harper didn't answer the questions that Canadians wanted answered.
A transgender woman in Canada's Saskatchewan province has filed a discrimination complaint against a bridal shop that wouldn't let her try on gowns, with a clerk reportedly telling her men weren't allowed to do so.
The Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park and Zoo will celebrate its 100 year anniversary at a centennial fair Sunday from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. To mark the occasion, The StarPhoenix looks back through its history - from wolf escapes to budget cuts.
Brenda Marshall, the first female warden at the medium security Mission Institution, and at several other federal prisons, passed away May 20.
The 134-year-old College of Emmanuel and St. Chad will remain open with the help of other Saskatoon seminaries, reversing its plan to suspend operations for three years.
Two Sasakatoon high schools and the Shaw Centre are on lockdown while Saskatoon police investigate a report of a boy possibly armed with a gun.
If Jeremy Jerry Mooswa meant to shoot Clifton Wolfe inside the confines of Wolfe's truck as they drove through Saskatoon, he would have, says a Saskatoon judge.
For the second time in less than one week, Saskatoon firefighters responded to a suspicious blaze in the same home on Avenue Q South.
The contract calls for a two phased implementation process, with the first to be completed and operational by August 2013 and the second slated for early 2014.
My Dear Son: How's everything in Japan? I trust your studies are going well. Are people there still worried about the threat of a nuclear war with North Korea? Was last weekend's earthquake anywhere near you? Here at home we've been having some excitement of our own.
Galaxy Cinemas Saskatoon will see the addition of a 12,500 square foot VIP Cinemas and licenced lounge.