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Saskatchewan won’t remit carbon tax to feds

Saskatchewan won’t remit carbon tax to feds

Minister for SaskEnergy Dustin Duncan announces decision not to remit carbon tax to Ottawa
Season two of Guardians of the North launches

Season two of Guardians of the North launches

Screening took place at Kramer IMAX in Regina for Guardians of the North - Season Two, focusing on the active wildfire season of 2023
Teachers to pull extracurriculars next Tuesday and Wednesday

Teachers to pull extracurriculars next Tuesday and Wednesday

STF gives five days notice that teachers will withdraw all extracurricular support province-wide next Tuesday.
Feds respond to concerns about carbon tax returns to businesses

Feds respond to concerns about carbon tax returns to businesses

CFIB says $3M owed to Sask. businesses.
SARM calling for more nurse practitioners in rural areas

SARM calling for more nurse practitioners in rural areas

Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities call for immediate action, reinstatement of Grow Your Own Nurse Practitioner program.
Dangerous driving soon to cost more

Dangerous driving soon to cost more

Longer impoundments and new suspensions for stunting, street racing and high-speed offences.
Transit fare changes, including fare capping, coming in Regina

Transit fare changes, including fare capping, coming in Regina

Regina City Hall Update - Executive Committee approves proposed transit fare changes, will return to council for approval
Drug bust, proactive efforts highlight Regina Police activities

Drug bust, proactive efforts highlight Regina Police activities

Latest stats show crimes against person up but property crime down in January; police also seize massive amount of fentanyl in February
Surgeries set a new record in Saskatchewan

Surgeries set a new record in Saskatchewan

Province points to highest volumes ever recorded for surgeries in Saskatchewan with 71,850 for first nine months of fiscal year
Opposition up in arms over Human Rights Commission appointments

Opposition up in arms over Human Rights Commission appointments

Opposition Critic Meara Conway accuses Justice Minister Bronwyn Eyre of appointing her riding association President to Human Rights Commission