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1 Peiris: Sask. government should realize benefit of federal daycare plan
2 Sask. officials react to the federal budget
3 Debate on removing PST off construction labour heard Tuesday in Sask. legislature
4 Opinion: Sask. needs quicker action on deficit reduction
5 New annual fee on electric cars in Sask.
6 Sask. gov't rolls out EV road-use fee, vaping tax as promised in budget
7 Electric vehicle groups hold demonstrations against $150 yearly tax
8 Politics
9 Donna Harpauer hints Saskatchewan won’t eliminate deficit by 2024
10 Deputy Premier Donna Harpauer reflects on 20 years as MLA | Watch News Videos Online
11 Provincial Tax for New Electric Vehicle Owners
12 Donna Harpauer says 14 election promises kept in Saskatchewan’s 2021 budget
13 Sask. budget increases agricultural spending
14 Deficits Don't Always Equal Bad News: Martin
15 Peiris: Saskatchewan's new tax on electric vehicles a sign of more silliness to come
16 New tax measures about to hit vaping sector
17 Federal budget 2021: Budget falls short on health, housing, provinces, cities say
18 Saskatchewan parents, advocates welcome potential $10-a-day childcare
19 Meet the Provincial Candidates: Donna Harpauer
20 Tax Breaks for Active Children
21 Mandryk: Federal budget, COVID show provinces too isolated
22 Political veterans Donna Harpauer and Trent Wotherspoon talk community, ice-time and what keeps them in the game
23 Saskatchewan restarting its active families benefit
24 Sask. prepared to deliver 2nd pandemic budget on Tuesday
25 Harpauer to serve another term as MLA for Humboldt-Watrous
26 FCC predicts growth in food and beverage sector in 2021
27 Harpauer to Serve As Deputy Premier and Finance Minister in New Cabinet
28 Before and after: How women are redefining provincial politics in Saskatchewan
29 Deficit in Saskatchewan forecast to be $381.5M lower than estimated
30 Child Care Help Is On The Way With Parent Central
31 Provincial budget update shows smaller deficit than expected
32 Be Bear Aware This Spring
33 Saskatoon small businesses donate to supervised consumption site
34 Mandryk: Another record Sask. budget deficit may not create much of a ripple
35 Saskatchewan Budget 2020: Government forecasts record-high $2.4B deficit
36 Sask Party Wins Majority; Harpauer Heads Back to Legislature
37 Bear Pit Offers Advice to Newly Elected Councillors
38 NDP peeved at short legislative sitting as budget day set for April 6
39 Saskatchewan election: Humboldt-Watrous
40 Humboldt Chamber Introduces Humboldt-Watrous Candidates
41 Saskatchewan spending millions from contingency fund for COVID-19 costs
42 Sask. NDP wants province to move budget day off anniversary of the Humboldt Broncos bus crash
43 Sask. settles on house rule allowing MLAs to remove masks in the Legislative Assembly
44 Sask. budget a balancing act even if balance a distant dream
45 Drivers say Sask.'s move to become first province to tax electric vehicles is political
46 Sask. crop insurance program adds vegetable pilot program, coverage increases for 2021
47 Bay Street banks like Saskatchewan's budget
48 New phase of Temporary Wage Supplement Program
49 Saskatchewan introduces home reno tax credit
50 What’s new to Saskatchewan in 2021-22 budget
51 Planning Announced for New Lanigan School
52 Mandryk: Pandemic leading Moe government toward unnerving unaccountability
53 Homeowners in Saskatchewan to receive tax credit for home renovations
54 Provinces push Freeland to delay bump in CPP premiums in economic update
55 Sask. Party platform adds $849M worth of promises on top of $7.5B spending plan
56 Editorial: Government made wise choice to spend in budget, but could have gone further
57 New and returning tax credits in effect in Saskatchewan
58 Crop Insurance coverage and rates are going up, but premium cost is declining
59 Saskatchewan government reports $319M deficit in 2019-20 fiscal year
60 Owners of electric vehicles protest new tax, call for consultation
61 Finance minister Donna Harpauer steps back from Pinehouse discussions
62 NDP accusing Sask. Party of broken promises on continuing care aides
63 Province outlines tax changes coming in 2021
64 Sask. eliminating small business corporate income tax for two years
65 'We are back in black': Sask. finance minister picks black budget shoes
66 COVID-19 supports highlighted as Sask. rolls out scaled-back budget
67 Sask. government again declines to support supervised consumption site in budget
68 Sask. projects revenue loss of $1B to $3B as province faces 'pandemic deficit'
69 Saskatchewan spent less than half of its emergency worker pay fund
70 Crop insurance coverage, rates going up in Saskatchewan, but premium cost declining
71 Sask. finance minister cautiously optimistic after higher-than-expected budget surplus
72 Saskatchewan Making Home Renovations More Affordable
73 Sask. maintains AAA credit rating
74 Harpauer talks trade at Chamber luncheon
75 9-year-old emails deteriorating in government archives; may be inaccessible
76 Province's wage supplement a good start, but more help needed for Sask. care workers: union
77 Former finance minister provides analysis of Sask. budget during chamber webinar
78 Official announcement held for new K-12 Lanigan school
79 Budget 2021 Holds No Surprises | The Star
80 Mandryk: Balanced budget law sadly forgotten by both sides of assembly
81 Police investigating suspicious death in Swift Current
82 Bearpit session sees infrastructure a hot issue
83 Sask. expands COVID-19 wage supplement program for integrated care facility workers
84 Appliances in short supply as manufacturers struggle to keep up with demand
85 Second pandemic budget in Saskatchewan as COVID-19 variants hit hard
86 SFL has budget wish list
87 $275 million in revenue sharing in 2021-22
88 2020: The year that was in East Central Saskatchewan
89 New, returning tax credits take effect in Saskatchewan in 2021
90 Supporters rally for Saskatoon supervised consumption site after budget day disappointment
91 City of Regina prepping outdoor rinks to meet COVID-19 guidelines
92 Saskatchewan to boot bracket creep Jan. 1
93 'They don't want to stop people from dying': No new provincial funding for Saskatoon's safe injection site
94 Sask. Premier Scott Moe self-isolating after potential COVID-19 exposure
95 Regina closes rec facilities, U of R sends students back online amid spiking COVID-19 cases
96 194 new COVID-19 cases in Sask.; 211 in hospital | CTV News
97 At what point do we move on from a tragedy like the Humboldt bus crash?
98 Women encouraged to seek seats in provincial, municipal elections
99 Province providing wage relief for low income essential workers
100 Saskatchewan Party to form 4th straight majority government