After four taxi cab robberies in the span of two weeks, Saskatoon cab companies are stepping up their safety precautions.
"You know we have people run quite often. That happens. You know, they run away from paying the fare... but to actually take money from a driver? That's fairly new" says Cliff Kowbel, Operations Manager at Comfort Cabs. He says his cabs were targeted in two of the recent robberies.
While much of the city was celebrating at least someone was working on Sunday night because the main streets of Regina are clear of ice and snow.
You will likely still need to take some extra time on your commute to work because some roads are still a bit slippery and residential streets are snow covered.
Regina police were called to 47 crashes within the city over the weekend due to slippery conditions but luckily no one was badly hurt.
The North Pole came to Saskatoon Sunday as the Santa Claus Parade made its way down the inner-city streets.
Throngs of children, parents and the young at heart lined the streets to get a glimpse of jolly old Saint Nick.
In defiance the the cold weather, residents bundled up to enjoy the music, parade floats and candy.
A group of Saskatoon sixth graders are proof size doesn’t matter when it comes to helping others a world away, no matter how big the challenge.
On Monday, 25 students at St. Marguerite Catholic Elementary School will hold a raffle at their school with all the proceeds going to a charity for typhoon-ravaged Philippines.
“We have such a high number of Pilipino students at St. Marguerite that it just seemed like the obvious thing to do,” teacher supervisor Karrie Thomas said.
With the sounds of fiddle music and smells of home-cooked food filling the air at the Central Urban Métis Federation centre, Saskatoon’s Métis community celebrated Louis Riel Day with a very special guest.
The Bell of Batoche was the guest of honour at this year's celebration.
The infamous Métis artifact was taken from the Batoche church as a war prize by Canadian soldiers after the 1885 North-West Métis rebellion.
It’s a story that shows just how strong of bond teammates can have.
When the 2001 University of Regina Cougars Women’s basketball team battled their way to win the national title, they likely never thought they would be battling together again.
And then their teammate was diagnosed with cervical cancer.
With anti-oil sands and pipeline posters in hand, a couple dozen protesters chanted their way down 22nd Street Saturday.
The environmental protestors walked from Midtown Plaza to Saskatoon MP Kelly Block’s office to demonstrate their frustration with the federal government’s environmental policies.
The group’s demonstration was part of the national day of action, Defend Our Climate, Defend Our Communities, organized by advocacy group and website Leadnow.ca.
A popular fine-dining restaurant has closed its doors, despite winning the title of best restaurant in Saskatoon for three consecutive years.
A Saskatoon group is going before city council Monday to
seek approval for a winter tubing park on Diefenbaker Hill.
While the toboggan hill is quiet during the work day Friday, it's often bustling with families on any given weekend during the winter months.
The Optimist Club of Saskatoon wants to make it even more exciting with a winter activities park said Rob Letts, the club's past president and committee chair of the hill project at Diefenbaker Park.
As most people in Regina were sleeping Thursday night, dozens of hard-core gamers, and at least one loyal girlfriend, were waiting in line to get their hands on Playstation's new consoles, the PS4.
"It was overwhelming for me because I've never done it before," explained Victoria Currie, 23.
She waited with her boyfriend for almost four hours Thursday night in a Wal-Mart lineup to get a PS4, and she wasn't even planning on getting one herself.
"I just was supporting him to keep him company. I've tried gaming, I just am not very good at it."