Saskatchewan Party Leader touts support for small business
Moe in final week of the election says he would boost the economy through job creation and growth, and rules out tax increases or major cuts.
Federal, provincial battle over carbon tax goes to the Supreme Court
Will hear three separate cases to determine if the federal carbon-tax legislation is constitutional.
Sask. Premier Moe worried U.S. could put tariff on steel after aluminum
Regina is home to the Evraz steel mill where hundreds of people work
Feds invest $895K in Sask. Indigenous businesses and communities
The funding will support two made-in-Saskatchewan projects led by Indigenous communities, businesses, and organizations in the region
Saskatchewan government drops contract with WE Charity over controversy
The Saskatchewan Party government had planned to partner with the organization on a $260,000 deal to promote mental well-being in schools
Saskatchewan reports 50 new COVID-19 cases, 44 in ‘one communal living setting’
The Ministry of Health says of the 1,268 total cases, 322 are believed to be active
BevCanna signs deal to bring cannabis products to Saskatchewan
Weed Pool will distribute and sell beverages and extracts through its retail distribution network.
Reopen dates coming for nearly all Saskatchewan businesses: Moe
$50-million emergency program for small and medium-sized businesses will be winding down.
Saskatchewan says COVID-19 factor in $2.4B shortfall
Extra $2 billion in budget to be spent on infrastructure projects and highway upgrades.
Take baby steps toward restarting Canada’s economy
Governments rightly are cautious about moving too quickly, given how easily COVID-19 is transmitted.
Saskatchewan premier says coronavirus not a factor in election call
Moe says he hasn’t decided on move away from the Oct. 26 election date to an earlier call.
Moe forms cabinet committee on pipeline expansions in Saskatchewan
Moe said the idea for the committee came from communities, Indigenous leaders and businesses that want to expand pipeline access into the U.S.
Indigenous opposition to pipeline shouldn’t outweigh others: Provinces
Court heard from four Indigenous groups from British Columbia on Trans Mountain.
Regina refinery workers give strike mandate to back contract talks
Vote follows mandatory mediation; Unifor says the company was continuing to demand pension “rollbacks” and other concessions.
Scheer seeks common ground, Moe disappointed after Trudeau meeting
Saskatchewan Premier said he didn’t hear there is going to be anything different in terms of support for industry.