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Former Saskatchewan premier Brad Wall returns to legislature for portrait reveal

Former Saskatchewan premier Brad Wall returns to legislature for portrait reveal

REGINA — Former Saskatchewan premier Brad Wall returned to the provincial legislature on Wednesday for the first since his retirement from politics four years ago to attend a ceremony unveiling his official portrait.
Owner loses court bid to save pit bull mix that killed another dog in Saskatoon

Owner loses court bid to save pit bull mix that killed another dog in Saskatoon

SASKATOON — A woman has lost a court bid to save her pet pit bull, which killed another dog in Saskatoon.
Judge denies publication ban in Quewezance bail hearing

Judge denies publication ban in Quewezance bail hearing

Justice Layh says Quewezance sisters' proceedings "...will surely be writ large in the annals of Saskatchewan's prominent court cases."
Printer glitch holds up $500 affordability cheques

Printer glitch holds up $500 affordability cheques

Harpauer: No "perfect database"
Is the NDP for or against the Sask. First Act?

Is the NDP for or against the Sask. First Act?

Daily Leg Update - The NDP raise eyebrows after the Saskatchewan First Act passes second reading 43-0, with six NDP votes in favor.
Sask First Act gets through second reading

Sask First Act gets through second reading

Bill 88, respecting Saskatchewan’s provincial jurisdiction over resources, passes unanimously and now heads to committee
'Strong position': Saskatchewan's bottom line stable, government posts $1.1B surplus

'Strong position': Saskatchewan's bottom line stable, government posts $1.1B surplus

REGINA — Saskatchewan's bank account remains relatively unchanged while its bottom line continues to be affected by Russia's invasion of Ukraine, global supply shortages and rising inflation. The province is reporting a $1.
Provincial surplus bumps up another $50.1 million

Provincial surplus bumps up another $50.1 million

Daily Leg Update - Finance Minister Donna Harpauer provides a positive mid-year financial update.

Canadians Zack Fry and David Solie sign with Saskatchewan Roughriders

REGINA — Canadian offensive lineman Zack Fry and kicker David Solie have signed with the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Fry was selected by the Roughriders in the second round of the 2022 CFL Draft, 16th overall.
Amendment makes electronic wills valid in Sask.

Amendment makes electronic wills valid in Sask.

Modernization aligns with Uniform Law Conference of Canada recommendations.
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