Saskatchewan residents doing their part for climate change

Dec 24, 2019 | 3:00pm

Saskatchewan residents are jumping on board the call to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The ten year trend ending in 2014 indicated personal environmental conservation increased about three percent. The Energy and Emissions Officer at the University of Saskatchewan says that is much more top of mind today. Kevin Hudson points to global warming demonstrations and […]

Education contract bargaining, solar industry discussed at Sask. Legislature

Nov 14, 2019 | 5:02pm

Education Minister Gordon Wyant said he is not considering classroom sizes and composition as an item for discussions at the education contract bargaining table. This comes after the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation (STF) announced they have requested a conciliation board to assist the sides at reaching a provincial bargaining agreement. Following question period on Thursday at the legislature, Education Critic Carla Beck suggested […]