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Heated debate between Moe, Meili over economy, GDP

Heated debate between Moe, Meili over economy, GDP

John Cairns' Leg Update - Debate on economy follows announcement of minimum wage increase
Funding increases highlight Early Childhood Education Month

Funding increases highlight Early Childhood Education Month

Intervention programs will receive $5.2 million in funding in 2022-23.
Crime Stoppers: Five left on wanted list

Crime Stoppers: Five left on wanted list

If your tip leads to an arrest or charge, you may be eligible for a reward of up to $2,000.
NDP plan for extra one percent on resources draws Moe’s ire

NDP plan for extra one percent on resources draws Moe’s ire

Daily Leg Update - Opposition plan for windfall profits surcharge dismissed by premier as a tax increase.
CAA announces top 10 worst roads

CAA announces top 10 worst roads

They are in Regina, Springside, La Loche, Buchanan, Saskatoon, MooseJaw
Commitment to sustainability earns recognition on global stage

Commitment to sustainability earns recognition on global stage

USask ranks 58th among 1,400 universities worldwide in advancing sustainable development.
Stewardship awards recognize SaskEnergy commitment to environment

Stewardship awards recognize SaskEnergy commitment to environment

SaskEnergy wins three national awards for environmental innovation.
Teen accused of killing woman who worked for La Ronge RCMP and Sask. Health appears in court

Teen accused of killing woman who worked for La Ronge RCMP and Sask. Health appears in court

Jennifer Hendry was well-known in the communities of Air Ronge and La Ronge where she lived for almost 20 years and worked as an instructor at Northlands College, and more recently with the La Ronge RCMP and Sask. Health.
Electoral boundaries commission appointed

Electoral boundaries commission appointed

Three individuals tasked with drawing up provincial electoral boundaries.
Official Opposition joined at Legislative Assembly by gym owners frustrated by PST expansion

Official Opposition joined at Legislative Assembly by gym owners frustrated by PST expansion

Aleana Young, the Official Opposition Critic for Jobs and Economy, was joined at the Legislative Assembly in Regina on April 28 by gym owners from across the province to lobby against the 6 per cent PST expansion to the fitness industry.