Regina City Council Stand Up to Scott Moe

In October 2018 the City of Regina committed to moving to 100% renewable energy sources by 2050, a change that reflected a broad push by the community to adopt sustainable policies that respond to climate change. Recently the City of Regina undertook a review of its longstanding advertising, sponsorship and naming policy. The city council …

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Budget 2018: On Track or Wrong Track?

For those that feared that the Saskatchewan government would continue the punishing austerity they laid out in 2017, this year’s budget came as a mild relief. While the 2018 budget doesn’t restore the cuts made last year, the government appears to have opted for holding the line – offering no major tax increases while avoiding …

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An Act to Eliminate Poverty in Saskatchewan

Preamble Whereas poverty is not a natural phenomenon, but a consequence of political and structural forces over which governments have considerable influence; Whereas poverty is an impediment to realizing the full economic, social, and personal health of Saskatchewan’s peoples; Whereas living in poverty is particularly harmful to the health and development of children, and entails …

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