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“Come get me,” Moe tells Feds as Saskatchewan Leg session ends

“Come get me,” Moe tells Feds as Saskatchewan Leg session ends

Daily Leg Update - Both government and opposition point to successes, as MLAs head home for the summer months.
RCMP use forensic genealogy to connect human remains to Alberta woman

RCMP use forensic genealogy to connect human remains to Alberta woman

REGINA — Mounties in Saskatchewan have used forensic genealogy to identify human remains found in a field as belonging to an Alberta woman who had not been seen for more than two years.
Substantial progress made in seeding, dry conditions worrisome

Substantial progress made in seeding, dry conditions worrisome

With the dry conditions, producers are reminded to stay vigilant about fire risk and to have fire prevention equipment at the ready.
Leave wildlife babies alone for survival

Leave wildlife babies alone for survival

The kids are all right.
REAL approved to access additional $3.4 million of debt

REAL approved to access additional $3.4 million of debt

Regina City Hall Update - Executive Committee meeting approves REAL taking on additional debt.
2023 Highway construction season is now on in Saskatchewan

2023 Highway construction season is now on in Saskatchewan

Minister of Highways Jeremy Cockrill announces launch of construction season, urges patience for those driving on the province’s highways.
Employer negligence leads to worker injury

Employer negligence leads to worker injury

Construction company fined $30,000.
Gov't and Shoppers Foundation provide menstrual equity

Gov't and Shoppers Foundation provide menstrual equity

Partnership will make period products available in Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan running coal power later than 2030 would be illegal: Guilbeault

Saskatchewan running coal power later than 2030 would be illegal: Guilbeault

OTTAWA — It would be against the law for Saskatchewan to run its coal-fired power plants after 2030 unless the greenhouse-gas emissions from those plants are captured, federal Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault said Wednesday.
$112K fine for Bench Hutterian Brethren

$112K fine for Bench Hutterian Brethren

Charges stemmed from workplace fatality in 2021.
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