Spring brings ticks to Saskatchewan

We might be glad to put a long and cold winter behind us, but the Ministry of Health is reminding Saskatchewan people that warmer weather brings an increased risk of tick bites for those who spend time outdoors. Read the entire story – Click here


Sask hit harder by carbon tax, says taxpayers’ group

Todd MacKay

The Canadian Taxpayers Federation is calling out Ottawa for unfairly forcing some provinces, such as Saskatchewan, to pay a higher carbon tax than other provinces. The CTF is providing the provincial comparisons as part of its annual Gas Tax Honesty Day to show drivers how much of their fuel bills are actually taxes. Read the entire story – Click here


Balanced budget highlight of Legislative session

Premier Scott Moe is finishing the spring legislative session today by highlighting the government’s balanced budget that was the right balance for Saskatchewan. The balanced budget featured increased supports for Saskatchewan people, while managing spending to maintain economic growth and continue to provide the services Saskatchewan people expect for years to come. Read the entire story – Click here


Provincial youth representative council being formed

Deputy Premier and Education Minister Gordon Wyant has announced plans to form Saskatchewan’s first provincial youth council. Read the entire story – Click here


Seeding ahead of five-year average

Significant seeding progress was made this past week as 38 per cent of the crop is now in the ground, ahead of the five-year average (2014-18) of 31 per cent for this time of year. Read the entire story – Click here