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Government grilled over hip and knee replacements

Government grilled over hip and knee replacements

Daily Leg Update: NDP points to figures showing Saskatchewan last in nation in wait times for hip and knee replacements
RCAF has created ‘special legacy’ over the past century, 15 Wing leader says

RCAF has created ‘special legacy’ over the past century, 15 Wing leader says

15 Wing is a busy place, not necessarily because of events like the war in Ukraine, but because it must fulfill the chief of the defence staff’s focus of rebuilding the RCAF.
Alberta to intervene in Sask.’s Parents Bill of Rights appeal

Alberta to intervene in Sask.’s Parents Bill of Rights appeal

Daily Leg Update - Alberta supports Sask. in case heading to Court of Appeal on whether notwithstanding clause applies to parental consent legislation.
Moe reacts after Trudeau shows no interest in meeting premiers

Moe reacts after Trudeau shows no interest in meeting premiers

Premier Scott Moe’s call, with other Premiers, for a First Ministers meeting on the carbon tax gets the brushoff from the Prime Minister.
Construction complete for new Regina Urgent Care Centre

Construction complete for new Regina Urgent Care Centre

Premier Scott Moe, other government officials on hand to mark 100 per cent completion mark for the new Regina Urgent Care Centre on Albert Street.
Cockrill offers to put accountability framework into legislation

Cockrill offers to put accountability framework into legislation

Daily Leg Update: Education Minister Jeremy Cockrill shows willingness to move on accountability framework, but is not willing to put multiyear funding agreement into contract with teachers
Saskatchewan teachers pull volunteer services indefinitely in labour dispute

Saskatchewan teachers pull volunteer services indefinitely in labour dispute

REGINA — Saskatchewan teachers have withdrawn all volunteer services as they ramp up an ongoing labour dispute with the province.
Deportation hearing set for truck driver in deadly Saskatchewan hockey team bus crash

Deportation hearing set for truck driver in deadly Saskatchewan hockey team bus crash

CALGARY — A deportation hearing for the truck driver who caused the deadly Humboldt Broncos bus crash six years ago has been scheduled for next month.
SPSA prepares for early and active fire season

SPSA prepares for early and active fire season

At media call Monday, officials point to dry conditions and say they are putting their crews in place early in anticipation of an earlier start to fire season than usual.
Engineering Project Day highlights students’ efforts

Engineering Project Day highlights students’ efforts

University of Regina students present their final year design projects in annual event.