A new survey has found that Canadians are feeling slightly more confident in the carbon tax’s effectiveness at combatting climate change than they were a few months ago—but uncertainty is still high.
The Crown corporation responsible for safeguarding the digital health records of Saskatchewan residents is under an increased risk of security breaches and system failure – due to the lack of a finalized IT agreement with the SHA.
Environment and Climate Change Minister Steven Guilbeault says the delay in announcing details of his government’s proposed oil and gas sector emissions cap is due to its uniqueness and to wanting to get it right.
A 38-year-old Regina man has been charged with second-degree murder and two counts of attempted murder for his alleged involvement in three unrelated incidents in October that left a woman dead, Regina police said.
Accusations flew across the floor of the legislature on the final day of the fall sitting as the government accused the NDP of being anti-Semitic, leading to an MLA being expelled from the legislature.
Regina Métis artist David Garneau is one of eight winners of the 2023 Governor General’s Awards in Visual and Media arts. Some of his work is part of a new exhibit now open to the public at the National Gallery of Canada.