Saskatchewan’s premier provides update amid Japan typhoon

By The Canadian Press Posted October 12, 2019 1:13 pm Smaller font Descrease article font size –A Larger font Increase article font size A+ Saskatchewan’s premier is sheltering in place in Tokyo as a powerful typhoon batters the Japanese city.…

Saskatchewan Party to focus on cities headed into next provincial election: premier

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says cities will be a focus as his party heads into next year’s provincial election. The 2020 campaign was the focus of the two-day Saskatchewan Party convention held at Evraz Place in Regina. Related News Saturday marked the official…

Saskatchewan Party holds convention amid Unifor strikes

October 5 2019 8:08pm Premier Moe addressed Saskatchewan Party faithful at Evraz Place Saturday, while nearby in downtown Regina Unifor members continued to picket. ‘ }); } else { var rel_id = svp.releaseInfo.contentId+””; if( typeof gnca_social_share_collection[rel_id] != “object” ) {…

Ryan Meili challenges Scott Moe to attend youth climate strike

Saskatchewan NDP Leader Ryan Meili is challenging Premier Scott Moe to attend an upcoming climate change rally. Story continues below Students and young people from across the globe are staging regular strikes to call for action on climate change and…

Scott Moe says vacated Saskatchewan seats won’t be filled through byelections

Two vacated seats in the Saskatchewan legislature will stay empty until the November 2020 provincial election, according to Premier Scott Moe. Saskatchewan Party MLAs Warren Steinley and Corey Tochor resigned on Wednesday to run for the Conservative Party of Canada…

Saskatchewan seeks intervener status in Alberta’s Bill C-69 case

The government of Saskatchewan will be seeking intervener status in Alberta’s case questioning the constitutionality of Bill C-69. The announcement came Wednesday — one day after Alberta announced their reference case — on behalf of Saskatchewan’s Attorney General Don Morgan.…

2 Saskatchewan Party MLAs resign to run in federal election

Two Saskatchewan Party MLAs running in the upcoming federal election for the Conservatives have resigned. Warren Steinley and Corey Tochor officially submitted their resignations on Wednesday to the Speaker of the legislative assembly. Story continues below READ MORE: Conservative Party…

Is federal carbon tax killing jobs? Experts say answer isn’t ‘black and white’

The Saskatchewan government says the federal carbon tax is killing jobs, but experts and even the province’s trade minister say it’s not that easy to calculate. The government reports that jobs are down in the oil and gas sector by about…

Infrastructure money cash ‘not Ralph Goodale’s re election fund:’ Moe

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe is suggesting the federal government is playing favourites with infrastructure funding to give a boost to Liberal-area member of Parliament Ralph Goodale. The province is in a dispute with Ottawa over how millions in federal infrastructure…