I don't mind waiting for things to be fixed what with life interfering with things, but I can't find any activity from Ernest lately. He hasn't been, like... hit by a bus or anything terrible like that, has he?
The co-founders of a company formerly contracted by the Canada Border Services Agency, who raised concerns about the process for doling out government contracts and instigated probes into the ArriveCan app controversy, says the federal government's contracting process is 'absolutely not' giving Canadian taxpayers value for their...
The Saskatchewan Housing Corporation (SHC) and Lung Saskatchewan are teaming up to test radon levels in all of its properties over the next 10 years.
Two years after the Bank of Canada started raising its key interest rate, inflation, the housing market and the overall economy are vastly different. Here's what's next.
The court's endorsement of the use of the clause, which allows governments to override fundamental Charter rights, is sparking debate about the constitutional provision.
Environment and Climate Change Canada issued a special air quality statement for Regina Saturday morning, warning air quality levels in the city were poor due to high levels of nitrous oxide.
Both Regina public and catholic schools will be part of a one-day rotating strike on Monday that will see Saskatchewan teachers gather in front of the legislative building as spring sitting gets underway.
With a minimum down payment and closing costs of $17,850, Regina is on top in terms of affordable cities in Canada to purchase a single family home.
Ottawa has released the long-awaited details of the federal government's pharmacare plan with an initial commitment to cover some diabetes treatments and contraception. But it remains unclear whether Saskatchewan will follow Alberta’s lead to opt out of the plan.
Legislation that commits the federal government to long-term funding of the national child-care system is poised to become law.
The federal natural resources minister says Saskatchewan residents won't get a carbon rebate, after the province announced Thursday it would stop remitting the levy on natural gas to Ottawa.
The privacy commissioner's final report on its years-long investigation into Aylo, formerly known as MindGeek, found "significant" issues with the way the company obtains consent.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Melanie Joly said the deaths of dozens of Palestinians waiting for an aid convoy in Gaza was "a nightmare."
Heavy snowfall is expected to affect much of central and southern Saskatchewan this weekend prompting Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) to issue special weather statements Thursday afternoon.
Transport Canada has issued over 20 vehicle recalls in the last five days, each highlighting a unique safety concern. The bulk of the recalls occurred on Monday and Tuesday.
Regina drivers who get pulled over in March can expect to be asked to complete an alcohol screening test as part of a Regina police initiative to crack down on impaired driving.
The minister responsible for Saskatchewan's energy utility says the province will not be remitting the federal carbon levy on natural gas to Ottawa.
Canada's immigration minister called the situation in Gaza 'the largest hostage taking' in the world during a Thursday news conference. At least 200 Canadians are still trapped in the enclave and unable to get out despite continued diplomatic pressure, said minister Marc Miller.
The slowdown in Canada's economy hasn't yet met the bar for a technical recession amid modest real GDP growth in the fourth quarter of the year, Statistics Canada says.
The long-awaited pharmacare legislation is expected to be introduced Thursday, and the NDP says it contains a framework for a single-payer national program.
Just a day after the federal government announced a review of its program to support Indigenous contractors, CTV News has learned the CEO of a company that prompted the review is an employee of the Department of National Defence.
The outbreak, which sent 68 Canadians to hospital between October and December last year, ended in January, Public Health Agency of Canada officials say in a health notice.