Wednesday, June 20th 2012
Farmers' market rolls out a healthy Toonie Tuesday
Keith Jorgensen is creating a new idea of Toonie Tuesday.He is starting a project to...
Tuesday, June 19th 2012
Man facing charges after attacking 72-year-old
It started with an attack on a 72-year-old man and now the 30-year-old male attacker is...
Residential school 101 to provide education, personal stories
With the Truth and Reconciliation Commission coming to town, and many people not quite...
St.Mary's school set to come down just before it turns 100
It's the end of an era for yet another historic Saskatoon landmark. St. Mary's...
City votes to keep super-sized street signs
The City of Saskatoon won’t be reverting back to the classic street sign, after council...
Saskatoon council defines limits for adult services
Non-therapeutic massage parlours and other adult services won’t be allowed to operate...
Doctors, nurses rally against proposed changes to health care for refugees
Health care could get worse for refugees in Canada due to proposed changes to the Interim...
Monday, June 18th 2012
On-ice assault charge dropped against police officer
A Saskatoon police officer, who punched a referee last year during a recreational hockey...
Police seek suspects in weekend robberies
Knives were used in two armed robberies by two suspects during the weekend.According to...
New Saskatoon gallery curator moving from England
From the London Bridge to the Bridge City, the Mendel Art Gallery's new curator is...
Survey shows that citizens are not happy with Saskatoon's roads
The latest Civic Survey results show that people are generally happy with their...
Commemoration event recognizes ancestors' sacrifices
The War of 1812 Commemoration Launch on Sunday brought out community leaders to...
Competition in the province works with new generation of entrepreneurs
The Progress2Capital Business Planning Competition advised and coached the future...
A struggle against the elements for the Ministry of Highways
A string of nice days are what highway crews are hoping for in Saskatchewan.Doug...
Sunday, June 17th 2012
Local knitters get involved in international event
A group of knitters were involved with an international event on Saturday afternoon...
Saturday, June 16th 2012
Secret shows surprise customers and fans around Saskatoon
Secret shows popped up in businesses around Saskatoon all day Saturday. As a part of...
Saskatoon Pride Festival finishes with dancing in the streets
Saskatoon Pride Festival wrapped up on Saturday with a parade through downtown and...
A stabbing and an armed robbery keep police busy all morning on Saturday.
An couple of employees of separate businesses were shaken up after incidents early...