Saskatchewan

String around doorknob to girls' bedroom at Goforth house.
String around doorknob to girls' bedroom at Goforth house. Submitted Photo/Regina Court Of Queen's Bench

Tammy Goforth takes the stand at Regina murder trial

By Sarah Mills
February 1, 2016 - 12:29pm

Tammy Goforth took the stand in her own defence Friday, Jan. 29, describing what life was like in her home when the two girls were in her care.

Goforth and her husband Kevin are on trial for the murder of a four-year-old and injuring a two-year-old.

The "Voices of the North" and the "Northern Spirits" rehearse "Lean On Me".
The "Voices of the North" and the "Northern Spirits" rehearse "Lean On Me". SHERYL KIMBLEY/FACEBOOK

Support and tributes continue as La Loche grieves

By CKOM News
February 1, 2016 - 8:26am

More than a week after the shootings in La Loche that left four people dead and seven hurt, many people's thoughts are still with the northern Saskatchewan community.

Tributes are still circulating on social media, including a video from a few youth groups in Prince Albert.

Thousands of people throw snowballs in Victoria Park Sunday in an attempt to break the world record for largest snowball fight.
Thousands of people throw snowballs in Victoria Park Sunday in an attempt to break the world record for largest snowball fight. LASIA KRETZEL/CKOM NEWS

Massive snowball fight likely to break world record

By Lasia Kretzel
February 1, 2016 - 6:40am

They counted down from 10 and then the white wave rained down as thousands of people began hurling snowballs at each other, in an attempt to break the world record for largest snowball fight in the world.

Two dozen people gathered for a vigil for the La Loche shooting victims at Victoria Park
Two dozen people gathered for a vigil for the La Loche shooting victims at Victoria Park Lasia Kretzel/CKOM News

Saskatoon vigil mirrors La Loche funeral for Marie Janvier

By Lasia Kretzel
January 31, 2016 - 12:42pm

As the community of La Loche laid Marie Janvier to rest, a group of people gathered in Saskatoon's Victoria Park for a vigil Saturday.

Two dozen people, with candles in hand, gathered in a circle along the riverfront to say prayers, offer words of comfort and share hugs.

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