Regina's new Mosaic Stadium is starting to look like a real football field with construction about 41 per cent complete.
David Letterman ended his 33-year career as a late-night television host Wednesday.
The Regina Police Service has identified the people in a video that surfaced last week showing two young children fighting.
The video shows two small boys fighting in an alley while someone off-camera cheers them on. The video was obtained by Global Regina, whose staff blurred the faces of the children and altered the voice of the individual goading them.
Russia's hockey team may end up paying for its Canadian anthem snub at the world championship.
Russian news agency TASS reported the Russian team is facing sanctions after players left the ice before "O Canada".
The Canadians had just crushed Russia 6-1 in Sunday's gold-medal game, and most of the Russians quickly departed for the dressing room, a breach of the sport's etiquette.
Green party Leader Elizabeth May says she is "very apologetic" about remarks she made on the weekend that included profanity and insulted the federal cabinet about how it has treated Omar Khadr.
May was among party leaders who addressed Parliament Hill journalists and politicians on Saturday night at their annual press gallery dinner.
Retired Ravens' linebacker Ray Lewis made a pationate plea to the city of Baltimore and its citizens: "get off the streets."
In a video posted online Tuesday, Lewis pleads with the 'kids' of Baltimore to stop the violence that has wracked the city after the funeral of Freddie Gray, who died after being taken into police custody.
Lewis took his message to Twitter.
Thursday marks 10 years since the first video was posted to YouTube - a site that has since become a global phenomenon.
The website has come a long way from that first video called "Me at the Zoo". There are now more than 1 billion users, and 300 hours of video is uploaded to the site every minute.
To celebrate the 10th anniversary, here are the 10 most-viewed videos on YouTube.
Regina police believe the same suspect is behind three recent robberies, and have released videos and photos hoping the public can help find whoever is responsible.
The robberies took place over the course of a week at different businesses in Regina. Surveillance video and photos shows a man dressed in black responsible for each robbery, and police believe it is possibly the same person in each case.
Beware! Chimp Tushi at the Dutch Burgers' Zoo is a real drone-buster.
The zoo in the Netherlands sent a drone over the chimpanzee enclosure for a better look at how their 14 apes live. With the unfamiliar intruder coming close to them, 23-year-old female Tushi waited in a tree, gritted her teeth and with two whacks from a long branch, downed the drone.
Zoo spokesman Bas Lukkenaar said on Tuesday that "we can write the drone off. It cost about 2,000 euros ($2,100). Then again, it doesn't surprise that Tushi did this. She is very handy with sticks."