Sunday, July 8th 2012
MENSA conducts testing in Saskatoon
The buzzer rang 12 minutes and the MENSA test was over on Saturday."I can't tell you too...
Monday, July 9th 2012
Weekend fires cause damage and danger
Two fires involving three buildings kept fire crews busy.Around 5 p.m. Saturday, fire...
Saturday, July 7th 2012
Memorandum of Understanding is a step closer to reconciliation
As pens lifted from paper the relationship between the Government of Canada and the...
250,000 books sorted in six days
A woman passionate about reading set out on a task several years ago to save 350,000...
Friday, July 6th 2012
PHOTOS: Shoppers converge for the annual sidewalk sale
Whether it's on the sidewalk or the middle of the road, people in Saskatoon are roaming...
Adult service business owners have 'mixed' reactions to potential zoning changes
Saskatoon police say they've been getting "mixed" reactions from escort services and...
Local business owner to run for city council in Ward 10
A local business owner and community volunteer announced today he will be running...
Saskatoon chamber celebrates labour survey
The Greater Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce is celebrating Canada's most recent Labour...
Police seize three kilograms of cocaine
It is a lot of cocaine, five kilograms worth, that Saskatoon police seized in a drug...
U of S women's basketball coach headed to Olympics
It was a Canada Day to remember for the national women’s basketball team, but there are...
WakeRide aims to promote healthy lifestyle
There will be lots of high flying action on the South Saskatchewan River this week as...
UPDATED: Police charge two men after aggravated assault in Pleasant Hill
A commotion in a house in Pleasant Hill caught the attention of police late Wednesday...
Thursday, July 5th 2012
Health Canada approves new C. difficile drug
A new antibiotic developed to treat C. difficile infections (CDI) is now available to...
Local athlete aims for Olympic gold
After 24 years of training, a Saskatoon man is taking his rifle to the Olympics. "It...
Local homeless groups get $2.3M boost from federal government
The federal government today made a $2.3-million funding announcement in Saskatoon for...
Program asks drivers to dial 911 on drunk drivers
A mother who lost her son in a drunk-driving accident is reminding people to call 911 if...
City warns tree damage may be deceiving
Gusting winds from storms in the past couple weeks have hit trees in Saskatoon hard.The...
New president at U of S making herself a home
The new University of Saskatchewan president is ready to hit the books in her new role...
Wednesday, July 4th 2012
Police say Caswell Hill fire considered suspicious
Saskatoon police say a fire that caused extensive damage to a three-storey rental house...
Saskatoon police barbecue introduces the community to the service
The wind blew people around, but it did not blow them away from the Saskatoon Police...