Woman with ties to Quebec facing human trafficking charges in Saskatoon

The Saskatoon Police Service (SPS) has laid human trafficking charges against a 23-year-old woman. Story continues below An investigation by the police’s vice unit began in March after receiving information that a woman was trafficking three other women for the…

Provincial energy ministers condemn feds after majority of Bill C-69 amendments rejected

After the federal government announced it would be accepting half of the Senate’s recommended amendments to Bill C-69, energy ministers from Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario stood firm with respect to their position on the legislation, saying the bill shouldn’t be…

Man wanted on Canada-wide warrant for human trafficking offences in Saskatchewan

A man is wanted on a Canada wide warrant for human trafficking and other alleged offences including procuring, assault, uttering threats and forcible confinement. Daniel Khet, 26, is facing the charges that stem from an investigation that took place between…

Saskatchewan privacy commissioner did ‘nothing wrong’ reporting privacy breaches

Saskatchewan’s privacy commissioner says he feels vindicated after a court decision involving a doctor who inappropriately examined health records of Humboldt Broncos team members who were in a deadly bus crash. In February, commissioner Ronald Kruzeniski determined eight people, mostly…

Character of Humboldt Broncos bus crash victim Adam Herold keeps family going

A Saskatchewan family is working to help others the way Adam Herold, who died in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash, would have. The 16-year-old Montmartre, Sask. native was a late addition to the 2017-18 Broncos, a team in the midst…

Alberta paleontologists confirm ‘Scotty’ is world’s biggest Tyrannosaurus rex

A Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton nicknamed “Scotty” is officially the world’s biggest, according to a recently-completed study by University of Alberta paleontologists. “Scotty” lived in prehistoric Saskatchewan 66 million years ago. The bones of the 13-metre long dinosaur were discovered during…

Coerced sterilizations show a ‘crisis’ that warrants a public inquiry: Chief

Ongoing concerns about coerced sterilization of Indigenous women is nothing short of a “crisis” that warrants a public inquiry, says a prominent Alberta First Nations leader. In an interview, Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation Chief Allan Adam said concerns were brought…

Canadians in the west, more than those in the east, say Ottawa does not treat them fairly: poll

Nearly three out of four Canadians living west of Ontario believe their province is not treated fairly by the federal government, according to a new poll from the not-for-profit Angus Reid Institute. And Westerners who feel that way — that…

Mother of Humboldt Broncos player killed in crash calls for crackdown on semis running stop signs

January 29 2019 5:56pm An emotional Andrea Joseph, whose son Jaxon was killed in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash, says semis running stop signs continues to happen and it needs to stop. ‘ }); } else { var rel_id =…