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Recent emails released by the Saskatchewan Teachers Federation show the Ministry of Education engaged in discussions related to a billboard ad campaign about Saskatchewan teachers’ salaries long before any proposals were exchanged at the bargaining table. Charles Smith, an associate professor of political studies at St. Thomas More College at…
Hockey culture is under fire with the recent charges laid against members of the 2018 World Juniors hockey team. Scott Stinson joins Evan to dive into how the culture and stereotypes surrounding men playing hockey are impacting the behavior of those athletes.
Statistics Canada says the decision by our provincial government to remove the carbon tax from home heating helped drop Saskatchewan's inflation rate to 1.9% in January. Crown Investments Minister Dustin Duncan says this data is a clear indication that in order to reduce the cost of living for families across…
Looking for something fun to do with the family over the February break? A 5-day event at Wanuskewin will allow you to experience a whole scope of cultural activities, including indigenous storytelling, traditional games, and even dog sledding. Honey Constant-Inglis, one of the organizers of the Nutrien Kôna Winter Festival…
The Saskatchewan Health Authority is taking steps to improve capacity pressure issues that are being experienced in healthcare facilities around the province. Derek Miller, Chief Operating Officer of the SHA, joins Evan.
An open letter from a local pastor is calling for the province to defund the Saskatoon Tribal Council's wellness shelter. The letter cites crime, vandalism and other negative impacts on the community since the facility opened in 2022. STC Chief Mark Arcand takes exception with the letter. He joins Evan.
When a child's sport hero is charged with sexual assault from his time as a minor, how do you explain it? Dr. Ariel Dalfen, a psychologist, joins Evan to talk about how to have that difficult conversation with your child and how we can improve the culture in sports like…
The Regina Symphony Orchestra just received $200,000 in one-time emergency funding from the Government of Saskatchewan. Board chair Ian Yeates joins Evan to discuss why that funding is needed, how people can support the musical arts and what they have coming up during their season.
A recent report on retirement readiness shows that retirement seems to be becoming unaffordable for many Canadians. Darren Ulmer, financial planner with Sun Life and the President of White Owl Financial Solutions, joins Evan to offer some tips to help you financially prepare to retire.
From Minister Guilbeault’s announcement that the government will no longer fund roads to the ridiculous bill from MP Charlie Angus to ban oil and gas ads, there seem to be a lot of questionable decisions being made in Ottawa.
Earlier this week Environment Minister Steven Guilbeault said the federal government will no longer be investing in "large" road projects. Highways Minister Lori Carr joins Evan to discuss the impact this will this have in Saskatchewan.
What if there was a safer way to store nuclear waste? That's the question two researchers in the University of Saskatchewan's chemistry department are trying to answer. Andrew Grosvenor and Mehrnaz Mikhcian join Evan to tell him a bit about the work they're doing and how it will impact people's…
Classroom size and complexity continue to be major sticking points in the ongoing impasse on a new teacher's contract in Saskatchewan. The discussion surrounding classroom complexity has led some people to question the benefits of inclusive education in Saskatchewan classrooms. Brittany Acton, Director of Inclusion with Inclusion Saskatchewan, joins Evan.
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