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Security at legislature main focus of QP on Wednesday

Security at legislature main focus of QP on Wednesday

Daily Leg. Update - Christine Tell in lengthy exchange of words with Nicole Sarauer on Bill 70.
Boundary changes coming in federal electoral districts proposal

Boundary changes coming in federal electoral districts proposal

Some electoral districts to be completely redrawn and renamed.
Hip and knee surgery backlog, education highlight heated QP

Hip and knee surgery backlog, education highlight heated QP

Daily Leg Update - Exchange between Jeremy Harrison and Aleana Young on economy especially contentious,
RCMP seeking anyone who saw pedestrian before he was killed on Highway 1

RCMP seeking anyone who saw pedestrian before he was killed on Highway 1

The deceased was wearing dark clothes, a red hoodie and a blue backpack.
Five things to know about this week’s COVID-19 report

Five things to know about this week’s COVID-19 report

Latest report covers period up to April 30
All-party support for FSIN declaration on Missing and Murdered Women and Girls

All-party support for FSIN declaration on Missing and Murdered Women and Girls

Daily Leg Update - Thursday’s Question Period coincided with Red Dress Day.
Question Period: GDP, doctor shortages, abortion all discussed

Question Period: GDP, doctor shortages, abortion all discussed

Daily Leg Update - Concerns raised from Warman and Martensville about health care challenges in their communities.
Youth from U.K. responsible for 'swatting' incidents at Saskatoon schools

Youth from U.K. responsible for 'swatting' incidents at Saskatoon schools

Three schools were put on lockdown.
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.