Feds aim to table First Nations policing bill this fall after Saskatchewan stabbings
Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino said work is underway to make community policing an essential service for First Nations, while addressing "significant flaws."
Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation begins ad campaign advocating for more school funding
The STF said the provincial budget that was announced in March did not provide enough funding to support the existing resources in education.
Voters in Saskatoon Meewasin stay with NDP in byelection to fill former leader’s seat
Teed, a co-owner of a furniture and design store in Saskatoon, had around 56 per cent of the votes compared with Groff's 37 per cent.
Last-place Manitoba premier drops again in provincial leaders’ approval poll
In the latest approval ratings of Canada's premiers, Heather Stefanson is dead last once again with a paltry 22 per cent approval.
Who’s on your ballot? Deadline for Winnipeg mayor, council candidate nominations passes
The mayoral ballot is set for Winnipeg's Oct. 26 civic election.
Scott Moe talks energy security and health transfer ahead of premiers meeting
Scott Moe said another topic that's important for Saskatchewan is energy security, suggesting that they want to mirror what's happening in the food security space.
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.
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
Scott Moe announces new cabinet including first ever female justice minister
And perhaps most notably, Bronwyn Eyre, the former energy minister, is the first woman to be named justice minister and attorney general.
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
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
Premier Scott Moe says Emergencies Act not needed in Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says his government does not support the federal government invoking the Emergencies Act.
COVID-19: Scott Moe goes off on conspiracy theorists alleging he’s trying to steal their cows
The premier of Saskatchewan addressed rumours on Thursday that he and the health minister are capable of seizing people's cows after signing an emergency order in September.
Oct 7, 2021
Sask. in ‘very good position’ with U.S. regardless of election result: Scott Moe
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says he's concerned about specific issues, rather than whether Donald Trump or Joe Biden wins the U.S. presidency.
Nov 3, 2020
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.
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.
No proof of vaccination requirement for Saskatchewan, says Premier Scott Moe
Premier Scott Moe said asking for proof of vaccination in Saskatchewan would violate personal health privacy regulations.
Jun 30, 2021
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
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.
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.
Scott Moe says he didn’t mean to disparage with work from home comment
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe said he stands by his words — but he didn't mean to upset front-line workers or people who are working from home.
Feb 11, 2021
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe sends stern message to those against COVID-19 vaccine
Noted in its daily COVID-19 update Tuesday, Saskatchewan has administered 665,193 vaccines to date – 606,936 of which, are first doses.
May 25, 2021
‘One-dose spring, two-dose summer’ in Saskatchewan, Scott Moe says
Premier Scott Moe said the province is on the way to a 'one-dose spring … two-dose summer' during a COVID-19 briefing Tuesday.
May 11, 2021