provincial election

Saskatchewan Party raises $3.6M, leads in donations ahead of election

Saskatchewan Party raises $3.6M, leads in donations ahead of election

May 3, 2024 | 12:20pm
 Scott Moe’s Saskatchewan Party has received millions of more dollars in donations compared with rivals ahead of this year’s election.  Fiscal returns to Elections Saskatchewan show the governing party raised $3.6 million from donors last year. The Opposition New Democrats had raised $1.4 million. The Saskatchewan United Party, which has one member in the legislature, […]
APAS Survey asking producers one simple question ahead of provincial election

APAS Survey asking producers one simple question ahead of provincial election

Mar 7, 2024 | 5:30pm
What is the most pressing agriculture-related issue for farmers ahead of the provincial election? That’s the question being asked by the Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan (APAS) as they’re conducting a survey of what issue is top of mind for farmers. APAS President Ian Boxall encourages producers to participate. “Fill out the survey so we […]
Legislature set to resume Monday, March 4th

Legislature set to resume Monday, March 4th

Feb 29, 2024 | 11:40am
The break is almost over for provincial politicians, and the road ahead looks to be bumpy at best. The Legislature will resume sitting on Monday, Match 4th at 1:30pm. This is the last sitting ahead of an expected election call. Under legislation, the government has to hold an election on, or before October 28th. Of […]
Who will become Manitoba’s next premier? A look at party leaders vying for the job

Who will become Manitoba’s next premier? A look at party leaders vying for the job

Sep 5, 2023 | 11:01am
By The Canadian Press Manitoba’s provincial election has been called for Oct. 3. Here’s a look at the leaders of the province’s three parties that have seats in the legislature. Heather Stefanson, Progressive Conservative Leader Age: 53. Born May 11, 1970. Pre-Politics: Political science degree from the University of Western Ontario. Worked as a special […]
Saskatchewan Party minister, three other legislature members not seeking re-election

Saskatchewan Party minister, three other legislature members not seeking re-election

Aug 26, 2023 | 8:26pm
A longtime minister for the Saskatchewan Party has announced he is retiring from provincial politics and will not be running in the next election. Don Morgan says it has been a privilege to have represented the Saskatoon Southeast riding since 2003. As one of the longest-serving current ministers in Canada, Morgan has headed Education, Justice and Labour […]
Morgan among four MLAs not seeking re-election

Morgan among four MLAs not seeking re-election

Aug 25, 2023 | 2:27pm
Premier Scott Moe announced four Saskatchewan Party MLA’s have decided they aren’t running in the next general election in Saskatchewan. One of those is Don Morgan, the longtime Saskatoon MLA who has been in office since 2003 and has served as minister of justice, minister of advanced education and deputy premier.The others are Delbert Kirsch […]

E-book detailing 2020 Saskatchewan Election now available

Nov 15, 2020 | 10:02am

University professors, journalists and other experts have compiled knowledge and information of the 2020 Saskatchewan election in a newly released e-book. The online book offers both context and a Ehistorical record of what happened during the 2020 provincial election. Jim Farney, a co-editor, says the idea is not for people to express opinions, but rather […]

NDP’s Aleana Young unseats Minister Beaudry-Mellor in Regina University

Oct 29, 2020 | 2:15pm

Regina University is switching from a Saskatchewan Party seat to a Saskatchewan NDP seat. NDP candidate Aleana Young has defeated incumbent Tina Beaudry-Mellor of the Sask. Party in what was one of the closest races of the 2020 provincial election. It was revealed that Young had a 226-vote lead over Beaudry-Mellor following a 1:00 p.m. […]

Provincial election results flowing in as second preliminary count continues

Oct 28, 2020 | 4:58pm

The second preliminary count for the 2020 Saskatchewan General Election started on Wednesday morning from the Delta Hotel in Regina with a number of races still waiting for updated results. The second count consists of vote-by-mail ballots that were received up to 8:00 p.m. on Election Day – October 26. Updates of results will be […]

Moe details next steps for Sask. Party following election win

Oct 27, 2020 | 5:34pm

It will be a busy few days for Premier Scott Moe following the Saskatchewan Party’s strong showing in the 2020 provincial election. His party succeeded in claiming over 60 per cent of the popular vote while having 50 of 61 seats either won or currently lead as of Tuesday evening. In his victory speech on […]