bullying

Sask. Party MLAs deflect committee attempt to call witnesses about gun allegations

Sask. Party MLAs deflect committee attempt to call witnesses about gun allegations

Jun 18, 2024 | 9:29am
Saskatchewan Party legislature members have deflected an attempt to get senior governmentofficials, including Premier Scott Moe, to answer public questions on weapons and harassment allegations against a cabinet minister.  In a Monday meeting of the house services committee, Opposition New Democrat member Vicki Mowat proposed a motion to summon Moe, cabinet minister Jeremy Harrison, government […]
NDP Formally Requests Investigation Into Allegations from Speaker

NDP Formally Requests Investigation Into Allegations from Speaker

Jun 6, 2024 | 10:53am
The Saskatchewan NDP is asking the speaker of the legislature to convene the Standing Committee on House Services, to probe allegations made by the speaker on the last day of the sitting last month. As the house was about to adjourn for the summer, and more than likely, until an election in October, Randy Weekes […]

Wednesday marks another Pink Shirt Day to fight bullying

Feb 24, 2021 | 6:17am

If you notice more people wearing pink on Wednesday, there’s a very important reason as to why. It’s the 14th annual Pink Shirt Day, a day created in 2007 to combat bullying in all walks of life. Remember to rock your pink today for #PinkShirtDay! –@markjohnstonfm pic.twitter.com/eOhFajGO20 — play 92 Regina (@play92regina) February 24, 2021 […]

Saskatchewan teachers ready for first day of school

Sep 3, 2019 | 10:00am

Its back to work on Tuesday for students and teachers as the school bell rings for the first time to mark the beginning of the 2019-20 school year. Saskatchewan Teachers Federation president Patrick Maze said things can change for teachers on a day-by-day basis that they have to be ready for. Social media pressures, changing […]

Workplace harassment on the agenda as Canadian police chiefs meet in Calgary

Aug 13, 2019 | 8:06am

How to deal with bullying and harassment in the workplace is to be discussed as Canada’s police chiefs gather in Alberta for their annual meeting. The conference of the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police in Calgary has attracted 425 delegates and is to address a number of human resources issues, including how to create […]