Since the last census in 2001, Saskatchewan’s population has increased by more than five per cent, with most of that growth in its two largest cities. Saskatoon alone grew by nearly 13 per cent.
Over the last few weeks, and especially in last week’s “Money Issue” of the Sheaf, significant disgruntlement has been directed toward administrators at the University of Saskatchewan. In reality, administrators at the U of S have done their best to deal with the Saskatchewan Party’s intentional decision to defund post-secondary education in Saskatchewan.
Workers will have their sights set on the Saskatchewan fall legislature during the next few months as 15 pieces of labour legislation will become one law.
Although there has been an increase of women in Canadian politics of about 20 per cent in the last 30 years, there is still a shortage of female representation.
Ontario's Liberals just missed out on securing a third consecutive majority on Oct. 6, winning 53 out of the 54 ridings needed to form a majority. They will be Ontario's first minority government since 1985.
With less than two months before the provincial election, Brad Wall and the Saskatchewan Party have the support of more than three in five decided voters, a new poll shows.
Donning a bright green cardigan, Elizabeth May dropped by the University of Saskatchewan Sept. 6, greeting students in the Bowl and following up with a talk in the Arts Building.
A new poll by Angus Reid shows that Saskatchewan premier Brad Wall is still the most popular provincial leader in the country, with an approval rating of 59 per cent.
Premier Brad Wall presented a $200 million cheque to the Saskatoon Health region Thursday morning, keeping a budget promise from 2008.