The blowing snow warnings have ended, but conditions are still not great on highways around Regina.
There are still travel advisories out for highway 1 west of Regina all the way to Moose Jaw. That stretch of highway is back open after being closed overnight but travel is not recommended. There are also warnings out for the area south of Moose Jaw around Beechy, along with Highway 11 from Davidson to Dundurn and highway 219 south of Saskatoon.
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After Sunday's snow and blowing winds, some of Saskatchewan's highways are in rough condition Monday.
See a map of the latest conditions here.
One person is dead, three more are in hospital after a single vehicle crash near Grenfell on Saturday.
It happened just before 10:00AM west of the town on the Trans-Canada highway.
The STARS air ambulance air lifted one of the injured passengers to hospital in Regina. Two others were taken to the nearby hospital in Wolseley.
A fourth person was declared dead at the scene.
Police are warning drivers on the trans-Canada to slow down near Grenfell as they try to piece together what happened.
Florida now says they won't enforce a new law requiring all non-U.S. citizens to have an International Driver’s Permit along with a licence to drive.
State officials say the reason for the new law is so enforcement officers won’t have to read a language other than English on a driver’s license.
Regardless of the reasoning, it does impact drivers from other English speaking countries including Canada.
Blowing snow covering icy pavement is making a mess of driving conditions across Saskatchewan Thursday.
Conditions are always changing but as of Thursday morning the Highway Hotline had travel advisories stretching across most of the province.
Before 7:00 a.m. drivers in the Regina area were describing Highway 1 east of Regina as a write-off.
“Icy is an understatement, if you had skates you could skate on the highway,” he commented
Saskatchewan Roughriders President and CEO Jim Hopson is remembering a man with close ties to the team who died while visiting the Cayman Islands.
Dan Marce began volunteering in 1981 with the team before two stints as the team’s Director of Marketing from 1982-1985 and then again from 1992-1993. Marce was on the Board of Directors for several years and was an integral part of the team’s Plaza of Honour Dinner and 100th anniversary book.
Gas prices are on the rise in Regina. More than a handful of stations had their prices jump Wednesday morning up to the highest in province at 120.9 cents per litre.
The Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure welcomed stakeholders and the general public to an open house on the South Regina Bypass Location Study Tuesday night.
Representatives from the consultation group MMM Group Limited were on hand to answer questions about the proposed options for a bypass south of Regina.
Dozens of trucks were left sitting on Highway 11 Tuesday morning after a semi jack-knifed between Aylesbury and Craik.
Both north bound lanes are currently blocked and local RCMP are recommending against travel in that area, saying road conditions are very poor.