Canada - Saskatoon StarPhoenix
Saturday - 16th December, 2017
Duo asks court to overturn verdict in murder plot case
Angela Nicholson and Curtis REGINA Vey arrived separately and sat on opposite sides of the courtroom...
Friday - 15th December, 2017
survivor relives crash
Fifteen-year-old Lyman Fern says he’s grateful to be alive after the plane he was on crashed outsi...
Thursday - 14th December, 2017
Mayor wants cities to get fair share of pot taxes
will require more police officers or not.” Beyond extra costs for policing, there are oth...
Tuesday - 12th December, 2017
Monday - 11th December, 2017
Saturday - 9th December, 2017
ROOTED IN TRADITION
Jermaine Johnston leads the way with the Christmas tree helped by dad Leo Johnston at the Mason Tree...
Friday - 8th December, 2017
Wall bids farewell after 10 years leading province
For a final time on Thursday, Premier Brad Wall walked into the legislative assembly, took the custo...
Thursday - 7th December, 2017
Teen says life of anger erupted as she beat infant boy to death
Family members of a six-weekold boy who was brutally beaten to death last summer ran out of a Saskat...
Wednesday - 6th December, 2017
Saskatoon keeps rolling toward ride-sharing rules
City hall kept moving toward rules to allow ride-sharing services in Saskatoon, but perhaps not as r...
Tuesday - 5th December, 2017
HOLIDAYS ON TRACK
A crowd jammed the area near the CP railway overpass in City Park on Monday night during a stop by t...
Monday - 4th December, 2017
PREPPING FOR SEASON
Santa Claus (name withheld to protect believers) gets his beard bleached by Chantal Chapman at Bourb...
Saturday - 2nd December, 2017
Kilburn Hall considers body scanners...
Friday - 1st December, 2017
SEEKING A NEW WAY FORWARD
It was warmer than usual on the night when a few thousand pounds of metal and rubber and plastic cro...
Thursday - 30th November, 2017
‘PEOPLE JUST KEEP MAKING REALLY POOR DECISIONS’
As soon as he saw the call, Curtis Warnar knew it wasn’t one of the run-of-the-mill traffic situat...
Tuesday - 28th November, 2017
Monday - 27th November, 2017
First Nations kids get to kick-start sports dreams
Cole Currie is 11 years old, with lacrosse dreams running through his head in a non-stop loop.&n...
Saturday - 25th November, 2017
MONEY TALKS AS CITY WORKS ON 2018 BUDGET
Saskatoon city council enters its third budget talks in about a year on Monday. Council pas...
Friday - 24th November, 2017
Hearings push to ensure all can ‘share their truths’
Determined to ensure everyone who wanted to speak had the chance, the last day of community hearings...
Thursday - 23rd November, 2017
SHOW OF SUPPORT
People take part in a round dance being held for families participating in the inquiry into Missing ...
Wednesday - 22nd November, 2017
‘Don’t give up,’ mother urges at MMIWG hearing
Sitting through the sentencing hearing of the man who killed her 19-year-old daughter was the hardes...
Tuesday - 21st November, 2017
Traditional fire burns as families share stories at MMIWG hearing
Chief commissioner Marion Buller began the Saskatoon stop of the National Inquiry into Missing and M...
Monday - 20th November, 2017
ROUGH RIDE IN TORONTO
The Saskatchewan Roughriders show their disappointment as the Argonauts’ Cody Fajardo gets the win...
Saturday - 18th November, 2017
IN STEP WITH CULTURE
Omiyosiw Nazbah Warren and Kiihibaa Acahkos Warren dance with dad, TJ Warren, at Wanuskewin park. Da...
Friday - 17th November, 2017
Public unions ‘absolutely’ won’t agree to wage cuts
Finance Minister Donna Harpauer’s admission that attempts to save hundreds of millions of dollars ...
Thursday - 16th November, 2017
The StarPhoenix is kicking off its annual Sporting Christmas fundraiser for the Salvation Army’s C...
Tuesday - 14th November, 2017
Saturday - 11th November, 2017
Dog attack victim wants La Loche to do more to control canine population
A La Loche woman who was attacked by a pack of dogs last month says the community needs to do someth...
Friday - 10th November, 2017
IN A HERO’S FOOTSTEPS
Family members of Lt. William Hayes say they have a better understanding of his life as a soldier af...
Thursday - 9th November, 2017
Shutdown shocks Cameco workers
Cameco Corp.’s decision to temporarily shut down two uranium operations in northern Saskatchewan, ...
Wednesday - 8th November, 2017
Cold snap takes toll on water mains
Ground shifting caused by a sudden drop in temperature over the weekend triggered nine water-main br...
Tuesday - 7th November, 2017
LOTS TO TALK ABOUT
Voice artist Amanda Sellers, who has spent the last 10 years voicing campaigns for companies such as...
Monday - 6th November, 2017
Sask. Party rivals state their cases
The Saskatchewan Party’s executive director is defending a leadership campaign debate that left th...
Saturday - 4th November, 2017
Provincial job market in midst of an ‘old-fashioned slump’
Declining business and government spending has created what one prominent statistician calls an “o...
Friday - 3rd November, 2017
Thursday - 2nd November, 2017
WINTER COMES CALLING
Yibei He walks to school through the snow on Wednesday in a down-filled parka she brought to Saskato...
Wednesday - 1st November, 2017
LIFE GOES ON WITH MOLLY
Robert Carignan is looking forward to getting back to work next week as he recovers from a savage be...
Tuesday - 31st October, 2017
Doherty quits cabinet post to focus on family issues
REGINA Advanced Education Minister Kevin Doherty is resigning from cabinet. The Regina-Northeast MLA...
Monday - 30th October, 2017
Community buries shooting victim
The smell of sweetgrass and the sounds of song and drums permeated parts of a community hall this we...
Saturday - 28th October, 2017
NEW KIND OF DESK JOB
Andrew Issel operates a crane on Friday at Affiliated Auto Wrecking, where hundreds of desks from Sa...
Friday - 27th October, 2017
WORKING THE ROOM
Jagmeet Singh, new leader of the federal New Democratic Party, chats with people at the Federation o...
Thursday - 26th October, 2017
Wall sets ambitious agenda for final months in office
Brad Wall’s final days in office were saluted with a speech from the throne that touched on the ou...
Tuesday - 24th October, 2017
Monday - 23rd October, 2017
City’s $411M debt set to start dropping after 2018
Saskatoon residents fretting over the city’s record-high $411-million debt this year may feel comf...
Saturday - 21st October, 2017
TEAL IS NEW ORANGE
Katriona Mitchell and her son James, who has a severe allergy, will be on the lookout for homes with...
Friday - 20th October, 2017
Remai set to usher public into new art experiences
Less than 48 hours before its official opening, a few finishing touches still needed to be made at R...
Thursday - 19th October, 2017
‘ONE OF THE VERY BEST’
Tragically Hip frontman Gord Downie is being remembered for his poetic music and his work to advance...
Wednesday - 18th October, 2017
Increased reporting driving graffiti statistics
Reports of unwanted graffiti in Saskatoon have increased substantially, but police say the trend is ...
Tuesday - 17th October, 2017
HAVING NUN OF IT
Marty Brown donned a habit Monday to protest internal restructuring of Saskatoon libraries, calling ...
Monday - 16th October, 2017
‘It’s a very frightening experience’
While an armed robbery takes minutes, if not seconds, it can have longterm effects on store employee...
Saturday - 14th October, 2017
Children’s hospital taking shape
The Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital is in its final stretch of construction. On Friday, ...
Thursday - 12th October, 2017
Shredding of residential school testimony is a ‘blow to country’
Canada “lost a significant amount of truth” about the worst abuses at Indian residential schools...
Tuesday - 10th October, 2017
Saturday - 7th October, 2017
RIDERS HAVE FAN FOR LIFE
REGINA It’s a Saskatchewan football fan’s dream — a private play date at Mosaic Stadium with s...
Friday - 6th October, 2017
Darryl Isbister, co-ordinator of the First Nation, Inuit and Metis education unit at the Saskatoon P...
Thursday - 5th October, 2017
Campbell hopes to see a second female PM
Former prime minister Kim Campbell was in Saskatoon on Wednesday to speak at the University of Saska...
Wednesday - 4th October, 2017
Many of city’s poor facing ‘dire’ housing situation, professor says
A Saskatoon mother and her son who were forced to spend five nights sleeping outside after health in...
Tuesday - 3rd October, 2017
LAS VEGAS KILLING FIELD
Concertgoers at Sunday’s Route 91 Harvest Festival dropped to the ground, crawled for what little ...
Monday - 2nd October, 2017
Police reassure public, Muslim community, after Edmonton attack
Saskatoon police are reaching out to members of the local Muslim community after a man in possession...
Saturday - 30th September, 2017
HUSKIES FALL TO RAMS
University of Regina Rams slotback Ryan Schienbein turns upfield with the ball against the Universit...
Friday - 29th September, 2017
STRAY BULLET RAISES CONCERNS OVER SAFETY
Using lethal force is a last resort for officers in the field, says Saskatoon’s acting police chie...
Thursday - 28th September, 2017
Celebrated artist Allen Sapp was in his late 70s and living not far from the North Battleford galler...
Wednesday - 27th September, 2017
Poundmaker museum envisioned
Residents of a First Nation near Battleford want their band’s namesake exonerated once and for all...
Tuesday - 26th September, 2017
‘Shock’ eviction from squalid flat leaves mother and son on the street
Mary-Ann McLeod and her son Jonathan are wearing every piece of clothing they own. Their fe...
Monday - 25th September, 2017
RIDERS SHOW UNITY
The Calgary Stampeders edged the Saskatchewan Roughriders 15-9 Sunday at Mosaic Stadium. Before the ...
Saturday - 23rd September, 2017
City manager Totland to call it quits at the end of the year
Less than a year into the mandate of Saskatoon’s new city council and mayor, city manager Murray T...
Friday - 22nd September, 2017
DOWN ON TAX CHANGE
Farmer Jerry Hoehn was among local small business owners and employees in Saskatoon who rallied on T...
Thursday - 21st September, 2017
Shirley Isbister, of Central Urban Metis Federation, hugs Gilles Dorval, city director of Aboriginal...
Wednesday - 20th September, 2017
TRAGEDY IN MEXICO
A man is pulled out of the rubble following a magnitude 7.1 earthquake in Mexico City on Tuesday tha...
Tuesday - 19th September, 2017
Oscar-winning filmmaker makes titanic investment in pulse industry
Oscar-winning Canadian filmmaker James Cameron and his wife, Suzy Amis Cameron, have opened a multim...
Monday - 18th September, 2017
NO FEAR OF GHOSTS HERE
Ghostbusters co-star Ernie Hudson takes time for a photo with fan Geoffrey Edwards at Saskatoon Comi...
Saturday - 16th September, 2017
No injuries as 30 CP cars loaded with potash jump rails near Blucher
It is not clear what caused an eastbound Canadian Pacific Railway train to derail near Blucher, but ...
Friday - 15th September, 2017
City whittles projected tax hike to 4.96 per cent
City hall staff continue to chip away at Saskatoon’s preliminary 2018 property tax increase.&n...
Thursday - 14th September, 2017
Saskatoon Police put their skills to the test during an emergency response exercise at Saskatoon Int...
Wednesday - 13th September, 2017
Grieving family anxious for answers
Family members of a five-year-old who drowned in a retention pond near Saskatoon’s Ecole Dundonald...
Tuesday - 12th September, 2017
School reviews supervision after boy drowns at recess Kindergarten pupil found in pond 100 metres away from schoolyard
It was supposed to be a celebratory day — the Monday kicking off the first full week of the new sc...
Monday - 11th September, 2017
Smith wins best song, album at CCMA Awards
Canadian country star Dallas Smith is getting used to the side effects of fame. Smith won t...
Saturday - 9th September, 2017
THE PEACEFUL PRAIRIE
Chris Attrell is the winner of our Saskatchewan summer photo contest with this evocative image calle...
Friday - 8th September, 2017
NDP’s Mowat wins easily in Saskatoon Fairview
It was a victorious evening for NDP candidate Vicki Mowat, who cruised to victory in the Saskatoon F...
Thursday - 7th September, 2017
A nearly full moon illuminates a Saskatoon firefighter who is battling a blaze at 722 Stonebridge Co...
Wednesday - 6th September, 2017
Double amputee thrilled with gift of new scooter
PRINCE ALBERT A woman who lost both her legs after she was brutally beaten and set on fire is once a...
Tuesday - 5th September, 2017
Farmers eye expansion as land values increase
Farming goes through cycles and some years are tougher than others — like the 1980s. Comm...
Saturday - 2nd September, 2017
MUSLIMS CELEBRATE EID
Ismail Issifi sits among worshippers during Eid al-Adha prayers at Prairieland Park on Friday. Milli...
Friday - 1st September, 2017
RALLYING THE TROOPS
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke to a select crowd of Liberal supporters who paid $200 to attend ...
Thursday - 31st August, 2017
WAITING FOR THE SMOKE TO CLEAR
Wildfire evacuees from Pelican Narrows sheltered at the Henk Ruys Soccer Centre could soon be joined...
Wednesday - 30th August, 2017
Families flee fires for shelter in city
The smoke from four fires surrounding Pelican Lake was so thick on Tuesday morning that it burned Ma...
Tuesday - 29th August, 2017
Group thrilled as church given heritage protection
To the president of the Saskatoon Heritage Society, the process of getting heritage protection for T...
Monday - 28th August, 2017
A Warman senior is disappointed Saskatoon City Hall can’t provide some leniency with its requireme...
Saturday - 26th August, 2017
RIDERS PUTTING ON THE HITS
Roughriders defensive end Willie Jefferson delivers a big hit on Edmonton Eskimos quarterback Mike R...
Friday - 25th August, 2017
IN HOT PURSUIT
Penguin Village’s Marcus Storey, left, knocks the disc away from Bryan Krawchyshyn of Spectrum on ...
Thursday - 24th August, 2017
THE FACE OF CANADA’S FUTURE
James Howard has fun at a citizenship ceremony at Broadway Theatre on Wednesday. It was the third of...
Wednesday - 23rd August, 2017
Bonnie Masuskapoe prepares bannock during Wanuskewin Culture Week at Wanuskewin Heritage Park. More ...
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...
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