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Proposed firearms act ignores First Nations rights: FSIN

Proposed firearms act ignores First Nations rights: FSIN

The Saskatchewan Firearms Act (Bill 117) was introduced by the provincial government in December 2022.
Province touts rising jobs numbers for February

Province touts rising jobs numbers for February

Government touts 9,400 new jobs in Saskatchewan over Feb. 2022, but that isn’t good enough for Opposition who calls job creation the worst in Canada.
Regina preparing to deal with the blizzard

Regina preparing to deal with the blizzard

City of Regina provides update on plans to deal with upcoming blizzard expected to hit southern Saskatchewan Friday.
National Chief RoseAnne Archibald visits Keeseekoose FN

National Chief RoseAnne Archibald visits Keeseekoose FN

The National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations RoseAnne Archibald met with residents of Keeseekoose First Nation on the third of February for a discussion about the state of First Nations affairs.
WSA forecast: Snowpack variations may affect runoff potential

WSA forecast: Snowpack variations may affect runoff potential

Report is based on conditions as they were on March 1.
WestJet adding more frequent flights in Saskatchewan

WestJet adding more frequent flights in Saskatchewan

More flights out of Saskatoon and Regina to Canadian destinations announced for this summer.
Spring road bans begin: Reduce load weights

Spring road bans begin: Reduce load weights

Winter weights removed later this month.
Looking to buy KISS tickets? Be careful

Looking to buy KISS tickets? Be careful

Saskatchewan residents should ensure they buy from the primary seller, such as Ticketmaster or SaskTel Centre.
Province increasing oversight of registered independent schools

Province increasing oversight of registered independent schools

Daily Leg Update - Minister Duncan announces new amendments to regulations, strengthening oversight of all registered independent schools in the province.
Regina votes to apply to ICIP for aquatic centre funds

Regina votes to apply to ICIP for aquatic centre funds

Regina City Hall Update - Council votes in favor of application for $128 million in Investing in Canada Infrastructure funding: $108 million to the aquatic centre, $20 million to geothermal heating.