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Moe not impressed with federal budget

Moe not impressed with federal budget

Premier Moe doesn’t get the two things he asked for in speech to SUMA: municipal infrastructure money and a carbon tax removal
Reaction to a manic Monday at the Legislature

Reaction to a manic Monday at the Legislature

Daily Leg Update: Fallout at Legislature after a wild Monday afternoon that saw Speaker Weekes clamp down on Donna Harpauer and Jeremy Harrison.
Moe cautions Saskatchewan Party members over texts to legislature Speaker

Moe cautions Saskatchewan Party members over texts to legislature Speaker

REGINA — Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says he has cautioned his caucus about texting the Speaker after his finance minister landed in hot water for doing so.
Southwest surveyed for mineral resources

Southwest surveyed for mineral resources

Potential lithium-in-brine, helium and petroleum resources may exist in the Swift Current area.
CAA launches ever-popular annual worst roads campaign

CAA launches ever-popular annual worst roads campaign

The 2024 CAA Top 10 Worst Roads will be announced on April 30.
Sask. housing starts up, inflation below average

Sask. housing starts up, inflation below average

In March 2024, the consumer price index in Saskatchewan increased by only 1.5 per cent from March 2023.
$2.5M is goal of campaign by Hospitals of Regina Foundation

$2.5M is goal of campaign by Hospitals of Regina Foundation

New campaign to upgrade cardiac technology at Regina General Hospital gets a $1 million boost from Municipal Hail Insurance.
Guilty pleas in beating of mentally ill man on Saskatchewan farm

Guilty pleas in beating of mentally ill man on Saskatchewan farm

MELFORT, Sask. — Two men accused of beating and tying up a mentally ill man on a Saskatchewan farm have pleaded guilty to assault causing bodily harm. Adam and Peter Mclean of Melfort, northeast of Saskatoon, are to be sentenced in July.
Firefighters, families, and Opposition call for reopening of Moose Jaw's hyperbaric chamber

Firefighters, families, and Opposition call for reopening of Moose Jaw's hyperbaric chamber

Opposition leader Carla Beck stood outside the Dr. F.H. Wigmore Regional Hospital with Brayden Dutchak, whose mother is a cancer survivor, to call on the Sask. Party government to reopen the hyperbaric chamber in Moose Jaw on April 15
Five-year agreement to supply rare earth carbonate

Five-year agreement to supply rare earth carbonate

Vietnam export key to SRC mineral processing.