A professor taking the University of Regina to court to find out who's funding research into oil and gas as well as climate change says a dangerous precedent could be set if the information stays secret.
In the wake of news of a report that found non-profit founder Jean Vanier sexually abused at least six women, Canadian institutions associated with him, like Regina Catholic School Division’s Jean Vanier School, are questioning how to move forward.
One day after the results of a sanctions vote showed Saskatchewan teachers are ready to take job action, the Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation met with Education Minister Gordon Wyant and school board trustees to continue negotiations.
Support for the Liberals appears to be weakening amid economic concerns, pipeline disputes and Indigenous land rights issues, with a new Nanos poll showing the governing party surpassed by the Conservatives.
The Alberta Court of Appeal's ruling that the federal carbon tax legislation is unconstitutional means Saskatchewan has the full authority to implement its Prairie Resilience plan to fight climate change and reduce emissions without a federal carbon tax, Premier Scott Moe says.