Canada - Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Tuesday - 22nd August, 2017
A SMILE THAT CAN’T BE ECLIPSED
Six-year-old Garshaw Lotfian appears amazed and delighted as he dons special goggles outside London ...
Monday - 21st August, 2017
Baby boom brings growing pains
Saskatoon’s economic boom was followed by a boom in births, says Doug Elliott, publisher of the Sa...
Saturday - 19th August, 2017
ALL GEARED UP
Tackling robot cuts down on injuries...
Friday - 18th August, 2017
Reprieve for community groups as province reverses funding cut
The Saskatchewan government is backtracking on a planned 10 per cent funding cut to communitybased o...
Thursday - 17th August, 2017
LOOKING FOR A HOME
Six-year-old Zoey Unger spends time with Royal, one of the dogs up for adoption, during the New Hope...
Wednesday - 16th August, 2017
Sask Power requesting 5.1% rate hike
Following two increases in the past 13 months, Sask Power is requesting another rate hike. ...
Tuesday - 15th August, 2017
WALK TO REMEMBER
People walk down 21st Street West on Monday during the annual Day of Mourning organized by Saskatoon...
Monday - 14th August, 2017
‘People are terrified’ as Massey Place hit by fires
Whenever she hears the siren of an emergency vehicle near her home at night, Denise Chauvin wakes up...
Saturday - 12th August, 2017
Entrance signs on chopping block
City hall staff recommend abandoning plans for four additional entrance signs to save $800,000.&...
Friday - 11th August, 2017
Wall has no immediate plans for his future after politics
After much speculation about Brad Wall’s future, the retiring Saskatchewan premier says he has no ...
Thursday - 10th August, 2017
Memorial feast honours Boushie
RED PHEASANT FIRST NATION As William Boushie prepared for his brother’s memorial feast, he held hi...
Wednesday - 9th August, 2017
‘IT’S LIKE A TSUNAMI’
Police were warning motorists to avoid flooded intersections including Taylor Street and Broadway Av...
Tuesday - 8th August, 2017
‘I cannot keep living with hatred’
A year after Colten Boushie was fatally shot on a Saskatchewan farm, members of his family say they ...
Saturday - 5th August, 2017
Our summer reading list
Fifteen Dogs by Andre Alexis Anyone who knows me is aware that I am a crazy dog lady. I love this bo...
Friday - 4th August, 2017
Massive pipeline project to fuel thousands of jobs
An Enbridge Inc. pipeline project spanning roughly 600 kilometres across Saskatchewan has begun cons...
Thursday - 3rd August, 2017
Cast members perform the play Staycation during the Fringe preview on Wednesday at the Broadway Thea...
Wednesday - 2nd August, 2017
STEPPING OUT IN STYLE
Championship hoop dancer Dallas Arcand performs for the crowd gathered to see CP Rail’s Canada 150...
Tuesday - 1st August, 2017
THE CLOUDS AFTER THE STORM
Soft clouds were spotted near Osler after Sunday’s thunderstorm as the mercury hit 33.2 C, making ...
Monday - 31st July, 2017
FUN SUMMER DAYS
Adam Guest does some slalom water-skiing down the South Saskatchewan River on a sunny Sunday afterno...
Saturday - 29th July, 2017
PLANNING TO PAY IT FORWARD
Tricia Mills is happy with the new scooter she received from the Workers’ Compensation Board to re...
Friday - 28th July, 2017
Ronald Fatteicher, 59, of the RM of Calder has been charged with two counts of attempted murder afte...
Thursday - 27th July, 2017
More control over education and long-term, sustainable funding are top priorities for a joint commit...
Wednesday - 26th July, 2017
No more use-it-or-lose-it funding for infrastructure on First Nations
As of April 1, 2018, First Nations will have the ability to carry forward federal funding for infras...
Tuesday - 25th July, 2017
Victim of violent attack has long road to recovery
A man remains in hospital with life-threatening injuries after he was the victim of a random attack ...
Monday - 24th July, 2017
SHEERAN CHARMS SASKATOON
British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran, whose recordings have topped charts around the world, brought ...
Saturday - 22nd July, 2017
UP CLOSE WITH GRIZZLIES
One of two grizzlies at the Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park and Zoo prowls its habitat as the facility ...
Friday - 21st July, 2017
Lightning shoots across the South Saskatchewan River over the Remai Modern art gallery and River Lan...
Thursday - 20th July, 2017
Paula Pete, left, and Michelle Dament take a stroll along the Meewasin Valley Trail on Wednesday. Th...
Wednesday - 19th July, 2017
NOW THAT’S USING YOUR HEAD
Fred Nicolas, a former member of Cirque du Soleil, performs a stunt during Theatre in the Pool’s p...
Tuesday - 18th July, 2017
MMIW inquiry must be restructured to succeed, says ex-commissioner
The National Inquiry into Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women and Girls is missing a crucial oppor...
Monday - 17th July, 2017
HOOPSTER IN A ‘FOUL’ MOOD
Team Saskatoon’s Steve Sir is fouled by team Ljubljana’s Blaz Cresnar in front of the crowd gath...
Saturday - 15th July, 2017
Work begins on trail network in eco-sensitive Northeast Swale
The Meewasin Valley Authority took the first tangible steps toward implementing its master plan to p...
Friday - 14th July, 2017
Sister decries inquiry’s ‘inequalities’
The sister of a murdered Saskatchewan woman agrees with the concerns of commissioner Marilyn Poitras...
Thursday - 13th July, 2017
IN DOGGED PURSUIT
Saskatoon police service dog Brian sinks his teeth into the well-protected forearm of a handler on W...
Wednesday - 12th July, 2017
New citizens of Canada stride to centre stage
A different kind of drama took the stage at Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan on Tuesday as 40 new Can...
Tuesday - 11th July, 2017
WILD WEATHER MAKES A SPLASH
Police were called to Confederation Drive and Laurier Drive as well as Fairlight Drive, where severa...
Monday - 10th July, 2017
Mother prepares to tell inquiry daughter’s story
It’s been more than 13 years since Daleen Bosse left home one night, never to return. But...
Saturday - 8th July, 2017
The Saskatoon SPCA is appealing to the public as the shelter is at capacity with cats and kittens. T...
Friday - 7th July, 2017
Bars sued for serving drunk driver
Lou Van De Vorst is applauding SGI for taking the unprecedented step of suing two Saskatoon bars tha...
Thursday - 6th July, 2017
RELIVING THE PAIN
Relatives of Nikosis Jace Cantre protest outside court after sentencing dates were set for the teen ...
Wednesday - 5th July, 2017
City says ad not meant to offend
The City of Saskatoon says a public anti-racism campaign has been a success despite the fact some on...
Tuesday - 4th July, 2017
Families of drunk driving victims push for memorial
Joined together by terrible tragedies, Lou Van de Vorst and Allan Kerpan are doing their best to mak...
Saturday - 1st July, 2017
City hall closed but pools, golf courses open today
Most people are going to be out having a good time today for Canada’s birthday — which means som...
Friday - 30th June, 2017
Vetting of GTH project defended
The provincial government threw its support behind Brightenview Development International Inc.’s l...
Thursday - 29th June, 2017
MAPLE LEAF RISING
Flags festoon The Palisades retirement home in Saskatoon in honour of Canada Day and the 150th anniv...
Wednesday - 28th June, 2017
U of S cuts leaders’ pay, approves deficit budget
The University of Saskatchewan is cutting the salaries and benefits of 75 senior leaders and will ru...
Tuesday - 27th June, 2017
A crowd gathers outside the Remai Modern Art Gallery to hear the announcement of its opening date, w...
Monday - 26th June, 2017
Landlord group has ‘limited life’
About 60 people are likely to lose their jobs as almost 1,300 apartments in Saskatchewan are sold ou...
Saturday - 24th June, 2017
‘IT’S A LIVING HELL’
Sheldon Tarry, who lives in a rented house on Idylwyld Drive, says he has been threatened with evict...
Friday - 23rd June, 2017
Health authority director quits over Facebook posts
A director of the new Saskatchewan Health Authority resigned Thursday afternoon, hours after it emer...
Thursday - 22nd June, 2017
Fed-up woman fighting crime with ‘old lady gang’
Sherry Wiebe hasn’t slept in days. Even with three loyal dogs standing guard, she says sh...
Wednesday - 21st June, 2017
Outside agency will investigate fatal car pursuit
A Saskatoon police officer shattered the calm hanging over a residential cul-de-sac by firing two ro...
Tuesday - 20th June, 2017
FSIN Chief Heather Bear and Farida Deif, director of Human Rights Watch Canada, listen to elder Marj...
Monday - 19th June, 2017
Despite the wet weather making things a bit slippery, Daren Mclean plays in a round of bike polo dur...
Saturday - 17th June, 2017
‘MIXED EMOTIONS’ OVER APOLOGY
La Loche Mayor Robert St. Pierre speaks outside of provincial court in Meadow Lake on Friday after t...
Friday - 16th June, 2017
‘AN INCREDIBLE MACHINE’
Dr. Ivar Mendez, right, speaks with Joe Remai about a new state-of-the-art scanner purchased for Roy...
Thursday - 15th June, 2017
Sask. moves step closer to provincial health authority
some corporate background, corporate knowledge there, and also five people who aren’t, so you have...
Wednesday - 14th June, 2017
Marla Chief, left, says she has many questions about the October 2016 death of her common-law partne...
Tuesday - 13th June, 2017
City considers user-pay system for trash pickup
City hall is studying whether to charge a fee for trash collection in Saskatoon to divert more waste...
Monday - 12th June, 2017
WILD RIDE ENDS FOR RUSH
A dejected group of Saskatchewan Rush players remain on the bench after dropping a 15-14 decision in...
Saturday - 10th June, 2017
ON THE SCENE
Emergency responders help a woman Friday afternoon after a two-vehicle collision near the intersecti...
Friday - 9th June, 2017
Fentanyl crisis hitting home on city streets
Four nights. Four overdoses. Four lives saved. “With the fentanyl crisis that we’ve see...
Thursday - 8th June, 2017
FSIN seeks meeting with Husky CEO
Almost a year after a Husky Energy Inc. pipeline disgorged thousands of litres of crude oil into the...
Wednesday - 7th June, 2017
Despite Premier Brad Wall’s insistence that pipeline regulation is “very, very important,” Sas...
Tuesday - 6th June, 2017
A PREMIER OCCASION
Former premier and current University of Saskatchewan chancellor Roy Romanow dons his cap during the...
Monday - 5th June, 2017
Labour shortage anticipated with rigs’ resumption
When oil prices plummeted, companies across Saskatchewan suspended operations and laid off workers i...
Saturday - 3rd June, 2017
SLIPPING AND SLIDING
Athletes from Regina and North Central district play in the hail after a storm during the High Schoo...
Friday - 2nd June, 2017
Protesters keep pressure on Wall over budget cuts
As Premier Brad Wall prepared to give a speech at his annual dinner in Regina, about 60 people prote...
Thursday - 1st June, 2017
Protests as STC reaches end of line
After more than seven decades of service, the last Saskatchewan Transportation Company passenger bus...
Wednesday - 31st May, 2017
$50M gift cements Pattison’s legacy
It’s the largest donation in the province’s history, according to Premier Brad Wall. Health-care...
Tuesday - 30th May, 2017
The Pope has a moral responsibility to apologize for the abuses children suffered at Indian resident...
Monday - 29th May, 2017
waiter, insurance broker, now Opposition leader
Depending on political fortunes in the next federal election, Reginans may be able to boast some day...
Saturday - 27th May, 2017
Michael Goldney adds gin while preparing a summer cocktail, the Muddler’s Day, at Lucky Bastard Di...
Friday - 26th May, 2017
U of S union fears layoffs to come
Despite offering some of its employees the opportunity to take voluntary buyouts, the University of ...
Thursday - 25th May, 2017
NDP surges ahead of Sask. Party
Support for the Sask. Party government is sharply dropping and the NDP has surged ahead, according t...
Tuesday - 23rd May, 2017
Residents stand by Monday after fire crews were called about smoke billowing from an apartment build...
Saturday - 20th May, 2017
The word quiet is so often associated with the word library, one might think they were synonyms. But...
Friday - 19th May, 2017
Quick ruling expected on fate of STC
The immediate future of the Saskatchewan Transportation Company now rests in the hands of a Regina j...
Thursday - 18th May, 2017
La Loche school shooter denies bullying as motive
The teenager who fatally shot four people and injured seven others in La Loche last year would not t...
Wednesday - 17th May, 2017
Victim begged shooter to stop
Dayne Fontaine had just finished eating lunch in his home and was preparing to return to classes at ...
Tuesday - 16th May, 2017
Saskatchewan government grapples with weekend IT attack
The Saskatchewan government’s computer systems were hit with what was described as a “malicious ...
Monday - 15th May, 2017
Crystal Wolfe and her daughter Paiton Wolfe bring flowers to the resting place of Adeline Wolfe, the...
Saturday - 13th May, 2017
Another Mother’s Day without answers
Mother’s Day is when you give mom a break with breakfast in bed or perhaps treat her to dinner or ...
Friday - 12th May, 2017
A LITTLE HOT UNDER THE HOOD
Saskatoon firefighters got the situation under control quickly on Thursday when they were called to ...
Thursday - 11th May, 2017
THE BEST MOTHER’S DAY GIFT
Janna Dutton learned about the importance of blood donations when she needed transfusions following ...
Wednesday - 10th May, 2017
Province relents on lawsuits
The Saskatchewan Party government says it plans to remove a controversial clause limiting legal chal...
Tuesday - 9th May, 2017
Health authority to cut jobs as it sets up in Saskatoon
The provincial government does not know exactly how many jobs will be lost or how many of the more t...
Monday - 8th May, 2017
Members of the Saskatoon Fire Department, alongside crews from the Delisle Fire Department and the V...
Saturday - 6th May, 2017
Pregnancy loss film tells women they aren’t alone
Lindsey Bast says she remembers the twinge she felt the second her baby implanted in her Fallopian t...
Friday - 5th May, 2017
WORKING LIKE A DOG
Angela Koop and her dog Jake enjoy a pint at Prairie Sun Brewery. The company is one of a number of ...
Thursday - 4th May, 2017
A CULTURAL TOUR
CeCe Baptiste stands in front of the Gordon Oakes Red Bear Centre on the U of S campus, one of the s...
Wednesday - 3rd May, 2017
A WALK IN THE PARK
Five-year-old Jastine Perdomo tries balancing on the blocks at PotashCorp Playland on Tuesday. The y...
Tuesday - 2nd May, 2017
Families call for action on missing persons
Running on the bridge where her brother was last seen, Colleen Whitedeer broke down and vowed she’...
Monday - 1st May, 2017
Organizer cries foul over sudden event venue change
The executive director of Saskatoon Sexual Health says she believes more was at play than logistics ...
Saturday - 29th April, 2017
Road closure not a ‘slam dunk’
City council is expected to decide next month whether to close part of Spadina Crescent West, which ...
Friday - 28th April, 2017
Heated protest greets Wall backers
Protesters eager to express their outrage over provincial budget cuts got up close and personal with...
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