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  • Budget is released
    Budget is released
    Saskatchewan premier, Brad Wall, speaks to media following the release of the 2017-2018 provincial budget on March 22, 2017. Photo by Rebbeca Marroquin.
  • Opposition not impressed
    Opposition not impressed
    Interim leader of Saskatchewan’s official opposition, Trent Wotherspoon, responds to the 2017 provincial budget announcement on March 22, 2017. The following day, Wotherspoon was removed from the Saskatchewan Legislature for calling the budget “deceitful.” Photo by Caitlin Taylor.
  • Sunny skies
    Sunny skies
    The Legislative Building in Regina on March 22, 2017. Photo by Céline Grimard.
  • Cuts to post-secondary schools
    Cuts to post-secondary schools
    “We knew we would have a reduction, but that is an enormous reduction considering we’re a growing institution.” -Vianne Timmons, president of the University of Regina. Photo by Rebbeca Marroquin.
  • Bustling Legislative Building
    Bustling Legislative Building
    Many gathered at the Legislative Building on March 22 for the announcement of the 2017-2018 provincial budget. Photo by Michaela Solomon.
  • School board amalgamation
    School board amalgamation
    Patrick Maze (right), president of the Saskatchewan Teachers Federation is disappointed with Education Minister Don Morgan's (left) decision not to amalgamate school boards. Photo by Jennifer Ackerman.
  • Budget Speech
    Budget Speech
    Finance Minister Kevin Doherty gives his budget speech during session on March 22, 2017. Televisions were set up outside of the assembly for spectators. Photo by Katie Doke Sawatzky.
  • School board autonomy
    School board autonomy
    NDP education critic, Carla Beck, worries that the provincial government has taken away school board's decision-making power. Photo by Jennifer Ackerman.
  • Saskatoon mayor speaks up
    Saskatoon mayor speaks up
    Saskatoon Mayor Charlie Clark was one of many to attend the announcement of the provincial budget at the Legislative Building in Regina on March 22, 2017. The city of Saskatoon will see a cut in nearly $11.4 million. Photo by Caitlin Taylor.

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