When Ontario and Alberta credit ratings were downgraded, the screams from right-wing media and politicians were deafening. But in Saskatchewan all we can hear is silent hypocrisy.
The $2.2 billion budget allocates less money than the previous year to 13 of 28 schools with nearly $2.1 million trimmed from one of the schools.
Talking Radical Radio
Su Deranger and Robyn Pitawanakwat talk about Colonialism No More, an action in solidarity with Attawapiskat First Nation and #OccupyINAC that is ongoing in Regina, Saskatchewan.
Jun 1, 2016
Christ Lutheran Church
4825 Dewdney AveRegina , SK
Canada50° 27' 17.9424" N, 104° 39' 0.0432" W
Join KAIROS for a powerful, visual and participatory event in support of reconciliation.
Given Premier Brad Wall's hands-off approach to the economy and the private sector, it surprised many when the government announced a $3-million subsidy to the food delivery service Skip the Dishes.
New labour legislation in Saskatchewan means employers can remove supervisors from their union.
The team running for the Saskatchewan NDP is the most diverse it has ever been. Why has this new level of diversity not seemingly had an impact on the party's policies?
Will voters re-elect Brad Wall's Saskatchewan Party to a third term on April 4? It's a new context: neoliberalism has failed, climate change denial is pathetic, the status quo is bleak.
A group of unionized employees at the University of Regina are about to enter their 20th month without a collective agreement following a year of unsuccessful contract negotiations.
Regina hunger strike highlights the intense politics of private food in public institutions. How does privatization of food affect those who consume and how can we improve the system?