• Sask. discussing return of $480M in carbon pricing paid to feds by SaskPower
    Premier Scott Moe says SaskPower has paid roughly $480 million to Ottawa though the federal output-based pollution pricing program. The provincial OBPS kicks in Jan 1.
    Nov 25
  • Bob McGrath, TeleMiracle host and ‘Sesame Street’ actor, dies at 90
    Bob McGrath, former actor, musician and children's author, died at age 90 on Sunday.
    Dec 5
  • Former Sask. premier Brad Wall honoured with official portrait in Saskatchewan Legislative Building
    On Wednesday, current premier Scott Moe unveiled Brad Wall’s official portrait in the Rotunda surrounded by dignitaries, friends and family.
    Nov 30
  • Charities asking for donations but Sask. residents still waiting on affordability cheques
    Although there is still a week left according to the government's roll out plan, Saskatchewan residents are starting to get anxious about not seeing their cheques in the mail.
    Nov 23
  • NDP requests raise to Personal Care Home Benefit for struggling Saskatchewan seniors
    The official Opposition was joined at the Legislature Wednesday, by seniors on fixed incomes who are struggling to make ends meet.
    Nov 23
  • Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe tests positive for COVID-19
    Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe is self-isolating after testing positive for COVID-19 on a rapid antigen test.
    Jan 13
  • Scott Moe says government dispute with APAS avoidable with ‘a couple of phone calls’
    Scott Moe offered his thoughts after his finance minister said the Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan launched 'an attack' on the provincial government,
    Dec 2, 2021
  • Saskatchewan a ‘nation within Canada,’ Premier Scott Moe says
    Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says the province needs to be a "nation within a nation" which was first heard on The Roy Green Show this past Sunday.
    Nov 10, 2021
  • More results below advertisement
  • Premier Scott Moe lauds Saskatchewan economy in speech to Saskatoon business leaders
    Premier Scott Moe says Saskatchewan's resource industry is proving to be essential globally.
    Oct 24
  • Scott Moe advocating for consistent supply of vaccines, information from feds
    Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe said the uncertainty around vaccine shipments are making it difficult to plan a provincial vaccine rollout strategy.
    Feb 4, 2021
  • COVID-19: Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe rejects calls for gathering restrictions
    Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe said he does not want to bring in restrictions for the 'vast' majority of the population who are vaccinated against COVID-19.
    Oct 7, 2021
  • More results below advertisement
  • Premier Moe addresses delegates during 2022 SUMA convention
    One of the largest points Moe touched on during his time onstage was an announcement that a small delegation from Saskatchewan will be travelling to Germany.
    Apr 4
  • Scott Moe says 80 per cent of Regina’s active COVID-19 cases are people under 50
    Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe told a radio talk show that 80 per cent of Regina’s more than 700 active infections are in the under-50 age group.
    Mar 24, 2021
  • Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe doubles down after carbon comments criticized
    Moe said "I don't care" in reference to Saskatchewan's nation-leading per capita emissions levels while speaking at an event in Prince Albert Friday.
    Apr 11
  • More results below advertisement
  • COVID-19: Sask. Premier says some measures have ‘run their course’ on radio show
    'In the next number of the days, you’ll see some further communication around the existing public health orders or the existing restrictions,' Moe told 650 CKOM's John Gormley.
    Jan 26
  • Saskatchewan considers challenging federal Emergencies Act in court
    A spokeswoman for Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says in a statement that the province has not ruled out legal recourse over the Emergencies Act.
    Feb 22
  • Medical experts reject statements by Scott Moe that vaccines don’t stop COVID-19 spread
    Scott Moe has faced criticism from medical experts after he stated vaccines don’t stop COVID-19 infection or transmission.
    Jan 31
  • More results below advertisement
  • Premier Scott Moe calls federal election ‘most pointless election in Canadian history’
    Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe dubbed the 2021 federal election 'the most pointless election in Canada's history' in a statement sent out by his office on Tuesday.
    Sep 21, 2021
  • Premier Scott Moe talks energy, health care, CP Rail at SARM convention
    Premier Scott Moe touched on a number of topics during a speech to delegates at the SARM convention, including energy, the budget and a possible CP Rail strike.
    Mar 16
  • Scott Moe says some calling for tougher COVID-19 measures can work from home
    Scott Moe says he's heard from some who want his government to tighten up public health orders and from others who believe the rules should be loosened.
    Feb 8, 2021
  • More results below advertisement
  • ‘Have to forgive’: Son of woman killed in crash caused by premier trying to move on
    Scott Moe met privately with Steve Balog almost a year ago. The premier was following up on a 2020 campaign promise to apologize directly to the Balog family for the crash.
    Dec 18, 2021