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STF announces one-day strike as province set to announce budget

STF announces one-day strike as province set to announce budget

President Samantha Becotte cites the government’s failure to address crucial issues, particularly regarding class size and complexity.
February home sales 24 per cent above long-term averages: SRA

February home sales 24 per cent above long-term averages: SRA

The inventory situation in many markets is showing no signs of improving.
Elm tree pruning ban begins April 1

Elm tree pruning ban begins April 1

Ban to help prevent Dutch Elm Disease runs to Aug. 31.
Rebates an incentive for energy efficient homes

Rebates an incentive for energy efficient homes

SaskEnergy launches Homes Beyond Code Program.
Research council to take lead in microreactor development

Research council to take lead in microreactor development

Focus on safety, sustainability as sector becomes established.
Moving head first into accessibility in Saskatchewan

Moving head first into accessibility in Saskatchewan

Advisory committee to support implementation of new act.
Ray Orb not running again for SARM President in 2025

Ray Orb not running again for SARM President in 2025

New president to be chosen next year as Ray Orb announces intentions to step aside.
Teachers to withdraw more noon hour supervision on March 18-19

Teachers to withdraw more noon hour supervision on March 18-19

Rotating withdrawals planned for noon hour supervision after province says no to binding arbitration.
PrairiesCan gears up to process rare earth tailings

PrairiesCan gears up to process rare earth tailings

Recovery could be sufficient to manufacture up to 65,000 EVs per year.
Harvard Media expands online news presence with acquisition of SASKTODAY.ca

Harvard Media expands online news presence with acquisition of SASKTODAY.ca

MOOSEJAWTODAY.COM has also been acquired, and a partnership has been formed with Glacier Media.