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Spring Sitting of Legislature focused on keeping the economy strong

Premier Brad Wall said Saskatchewan's diverse economy has proven to be very resilient despite a slowdown in the oil sector caused by falling crude oil prices.


Government of Saskatchewan encourages U.S. to repeal COOL

Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart welcomes the World Trade Organization (WTO) compliance panel’s final decision on Country of Origin Labelling (COOL).

Seeding advances

Thirty-four per cent of the 2015 crop is now seeded, according to the Saskatchewan Agriculture Crop Report for the period, May 5 to 11. The five-year (2010-2014) average for this time of year is nine per cent seeded.

Issues that matter to families dominated legislature this spring: NDP

NDP Leader Cam Broten and the opposition MLAs spent the spring session of the Legislative Assembly showing massive shortfalls, cuts and neglect when it comes to the seniors care crisis