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No Invasive Species in Provincial Waters in 2019

The results are in, and the news is good: the Government of Saskatchewan’s monitoring program detected no invasive mussels in 123 waterbodies sampled throughout the province last year.

Designed By Families For Families

New children's hospital a marvel of infrastructure

Gas Tax Fund: Outlook Benefits Huge

Communities around the province seeing 'double' in payments

Meeting Talks Promotion of Diefenbaker Area

Tourism groups look to continued growth, prosperity

Strong Enforcement = Big Numbers; Records set for Driving Offences

Traffic Spotlight leads to high numbers in distracted driving, seat belts and speeding

Settlement in Whitecap/RBC/KPMG Lawsuit

Suit stems from cheque fraud by former accountant
Moe stood up against the carbon tax, and now the convoy and rally was standing up with him

Moe stood up against the carbon tax, and now the convoy and rally was standing up with him

Standing room only for the Regina Rally Against the Carbon Tax
Uncertainty with carbon tax, frustration with pipelines says Panther Drilling’s Cory Hicks

Uncertainty with carbon tax, frustration with pipelines says Panther Drilling’s Cory Hicks

Weyburn – Cory Hicks, president of Weyburn-based Panther Drilling, was one of the first people to post a video saying his company would be taking part in the Regina Rally Against the Carbon Tax. And they did just that, on April 4.
No problems reported from convoy: Regina police

No problems reported from convoy: Regina police

Regina – The Regina Police Service (RPS) reported that things went well with the convoy leading to the Regina Rally Against the Carbon Tax on April 4. The police deployed 25 members to control traffic at 15 intersections.
Disappointment in the lack of national coverage for convoy and rally

Disappointment in the lack of national coverage for convoy and rally

Aerial photos show massive size of convoy