Some people who flew Air Canada from Toronto to Regina on Monday say their carry-on bags were checked for size but others say their luggage was not measured.
Air Canada announced that it would begin cracking down on over-sized carry-on luggage starting on Monday at Toronto's Pearson International Airport.
Tired of needless delays at the gate and full overhead compartments, Air Canada promises to crackdown on oversized carry-on luggage.
Starting May 25 at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport (YYZ), expanding progressively to other airports in Canada throughout the summer, Air Canada says they are putting more people at the front of the check-in line and at the security gate to check if passengers are complying with the airlines carry-on policy.
Drivers on Highway 220 to Rowan's Ravine this weekend summed up the condition of the road in one word - terrible.
The weather may have been less than ideal, but that didn't stop many from going camping this May long weekend.
As if a bridge closure wasn't bad enough, getting around Saskatoon's far southeast will take a little longer this summer as city crews repair support beams on the Highway 11 and 16 cloverleaf overpass.
Traffic detours will start Monday, May 18, with crews starting the four-month project the following day.
One of the highways leading to Rowan's Ravine Provincial Park has reopened just in time for the long weekend.
Highways 220 and 322 were closed to all but local traffic because their deteriorating conditions made the roads almost impassable.
There will be no warm welcome for the Victoria Day long weekend in Saskatchewan as the forecast shows cooler temperatures on the way.
"We've got low pressure coming across Montana, one of them (Wednesday), a similar one on Saturday and Sunday," explained CJME weather specialist John Wilson. "And both of them are wound up pretty tight so there'll be cloud and showers with both of them."
Despite recent warnings from the Canadian Embassy in Mexico, a Saskatoon man living across the bay from Puerto Vallarta says recent reports of violence in the area are being blown out of proportion.
The warning was issued after a cartel allegedly set fire to banks and gas stations in Puerto Vallarta last Friday, causing the city to briefly declare a “code red” emergency according to several news reports.
One woman is dead after a two-vehicle crash on Highway 39 near Milestone on Wednesday.
According to RCMP, a car travelling east collided with a semi heading west. The woman driving the car was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the semi was not injured.
The victim's name and age is not being released at this time. RCMP are still working on notifying her family.
Highway 39 was closed but reopened late Wednesday.
A Saskatchewan travel agent says she isn't telling people not to travel to a popular vacation spot after the Canadian Embassy in Mexico issued warnings to tourists about violence near Puerto Vallarta.