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Body of man found in Saskatoon home, woman charged with second-degree murder

SASKATOON — A woman who was taken into custody following a man's death in Saskatoon is now accused of murder. Officers were called to a home in the Holliston neighbourhood near 7th Street East just before 7:30 p.m. on Friday.
Former Jet Laine scores two and the Columbus Blue Jackets upset Winnipeg Jets 4-1

Former Jet Laine scores two and the Columbus Blue Jackets upset Winnipeg Jets 4-1

WINNIPEG — Patrik Laine had an inkling he might have a good game in his return from an ankle injury. He was right.
'Forever hold onto that memory:' Family members remember victims in Winnipeg

'Forever hold onto that memory:' Family members remember victims in Winnipeg

Winnipeg police say they have charged Jeremy Skibicki, 35, with four counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of four women. One of the women has not been identified but police say they believe she is Indigenous.
Police believe remains of three women in Winnipeg landfill, but do not plan to search

Police believe remains of three women in Winnipeg landfill, but do not plan to search

Winnipeg's police chief said Friday the remains of three victims of an alleged serial killer are believed to be at a city landfill, but no search is planned.
'End this ongoing genocide:' Indigenous advocates call for change after women killed

'End this ongoing genocide:' Indigenous advocates call for change after women killed

WINNIPEG — The arrest of a man accused of killing four women, all believed to be Indigenous, shows vulnerable women and girls are subject to dangerous outcomes if governments don't work together to end gender and race-based violence, Indigenous advoc
Regina house explosion result of break and enter, police say

Regina house explosion result of break and enter, police say

REGINA — Police say a recent house explosion in Regina was the result of a crime. Fire investigators say a natural gas leak caused the fourplex to explode on Nov. 13 after a gas line on the property was compromised.
Reducing funding for RCMP on the table for Saskatchewan amid firearm buyback debate

Reducing funding for RCMP on the table for Saskatchewan amid firearm buyback debate

REGINA — Saskatchewan says it would consider reducing its funding for the RCMP if the force wasto help the federal government with its proposed firearms buyback program.
Roughriders sign defensive back Jordan Beaulieu to one-year contract extension

Roughriders sign defensive back Jordan Beaulieu to one-year contract extension

REGINA — Canadian defensive back Jordan Beaulieu signed a one-year contract extension with the Saskatchewan Roughriders on Friday.
'We're still not done:' Family gathers to honour women police say were killed

'We're still not done:' Family gathers to honour women police say were killed

WINNIPEG — Under a dark December night sky, a collage of photos taped to a billboard rests against a tree illuminated only by the light of a sea of candles. Each of the photos depicts a smiling Morgan Harris at different points in her short life.
Scott Moe says he feels disenfranchised by Ottawa but Saskatchewan 'not backing down'

Scott Moe says he feels disenfranchised by Ottawa but Saskatchewan 'not backing down'

SASKATOON — Scott Moe’s target was the federal government Thursday as he gathered with supporters for the first in-person Saskatoon Premier’s Dinner in three years.
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