It's an attempt to bury this mess on budget day because going from a billion-dollar surplus to a billion-dollar deficit is unexplainable.
Rotating teacher strikes, the withdrawal of noon-hour supervision and pulling extracurricular activities have been announced for a number of school divisions in Saskatchewan.
Amid an increasingly complex addictions fight, a new tool launched by the province last month has only been used once so far.
Gary Grewal has come under recent scrutiny for how much money his hotels have charged the Ministry of Social Services.
Water levels are being kept higher at Lake Diefenbaker in anticipation of lower mountain runoff this year.
Saskatchewan’s NDP opposition is accusing the provincial government of trying to secretly pass an extra $757 million of additional spending one month before the release of the next provincial budget.
The president of the Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation said the union will not head back to the bargaining table if provincial negotiators are unable to address class complexity.
Mubarik Syed is currently seeking the Sask. Party nomination for the Saskatoon Southeast riding.
Saskatchewan manufacturers say funding for workplace safety programs has been cut off by the Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB). The Manufacturers’ Safety Group believes it’s in retribution for not fully cooperating with a WCB audit.
Drivers in Saskatchewan can now see if a road has been recently plowed, salted or sanded thanks to a new Highway Hotline feature.
Streetcars were the primary way to move around Saskatoon and Regina for the first part of the 20th century. The cars were attached to overhead electric lines and ran along a rail system through downtown in both cities.
Dustin Duncan, the minister responsible for SaskEnergy, has previously said he’s willing to go to “carbon jail” for not remitting the carbon tax....
Premier Scott Moe and Saskatchewan cabinet ministers have made a total of seven trips to India since 2018. The previous six have cost more than $230,000 combined.
The first provincial Diagnostic Medical Synography, also known as ultrasound, Advanced Diploma program has been launched in Yorkton.
In an open letter directed to the premier of Saskatchewan, a Saskatoon pastor is calling for a shelter near his church to be shut down.
Four brands of eggs distributed from Saskatchewan are being recalled due to the possible contamination of salmonella, according to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA).
Saskatchewan's health ministry says its free, at-home COVID-19 test supply is almost gone.
Teachers have refused to return to the bargaining table with the Saskatchewan government after no new mandate was presented.
On Thursday, the SHA said they have hired 90 positions in Saskatoon, with 190 other positions open across the province, most of them in Saskatoon and Regina.
Dan Baker has filed a complaint with the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission (SHRC) after he said his service dog was turned away from a Regina church for barking in an attempt to alert others of Baker's distress.
Talks between the Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation and the provincial government have broken down, according to video updates posted by both sides Tuesday evening.
The National Police Federation said the provincial money allocated to the Saskatchewan Marshal Service would be better spent on RCMP resources or existing municipal services.
Saskatchewan's privacy commissioner is recommending a school division in the province's southeast monitor the dark web for vital personal information of as many as 20,000 people who could have been affected by a security breach.
The Saskatchewan NDP claim another Regina motel connected to a sitting Saskatchewan Party MLA is inflating nightly prices for those on social assistance.
Lisa Vick, 48, is one of many women in Saskatchewan facing bottlenecks in the health-care system due to a shortage of radiologists and surgeons with breast specializations.