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Saskatchewan is the first province to pass a bill that gives compensation to workers with psychological injuries.

Kyle Sereda, president of the Emergency Medical Services Association of Saskatchewan believes the new legislation will help people who suffer from injuries like post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

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Heather Bear was inspired to show her support for the water protectors in Standing Rock, N.D., after the recent Husky Oil spill in the North Saskatchewan River, affecting several Saskatchewan communities she represents.

Bear travelled to Standing Rock twice and says, “It would have been simply wrong for me not to go and support and bring our story there.” She says it’s not a matter of if a similar spill would happen in North Dakota, but when.

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John Burton, author of Potash: An Inside Account of Saskatchewan's Pink Gold

The Wall government's third-quarter budget update, released Feb.29, banks on increased potash sales to partially offset lost revenue due to weak potash prices. Only four days before the budget update, Saskatchewan’s largest potash producer announced it would cut its annual production by 400,000 tonnes.

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Students from Lara Ewert-Molesky's Grade 3/4 class at Grant Road School read What's Growing Around Us? during Canadian Agriculture Literacy Week.

Student hands shoot up as local Saskatchewan farmer, Kim Gerencser asks what agriculture looks like at home for them. 

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University of Regina Dean of Faculty of Education Jennifer Hubble

Saskatchewan’s history curriculum is under the microscope after two contrasting reports were released in December and January.

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Judy Ferguson, provincial auditor.

How cost-effective has the Lean initiative been in Saskatchewan? Well, depending on what you read, reports range from nine-figure savings to horrifying eight-figure losses.

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Snowy pipes

New environmental regulations around pipeline projects will affect the TransCanada Energy East Pipeline and other inter-provincial pipeline projects. The Energy East pipeline is proposed to carry 1.1 million barrels of crude oil per day from Alberta and Saskatchewan to refineries in Eastern Canada.

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Tom Graham at his office in Regina

“We are happy with the decision to get rid of both of them,” was the sentiment expressed by CUPE Saskatchewan president Tom Graham regarding the recent decision by the new Liberal government to repeal bills C-377 and C-525.

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