All industrial carbon taxes will now stay in Saskatchewan, effective Jan. 1, 2023. The province says this will save Saskatchewan industry an estimated $3.7 billion in federal carbon taxes between now and 2030, compared to federal carbon pricing.
Blowing snow advisories are in effect for most of southern Saskatchewan, including Regina, after winds gusting from 50 to 70 km/hour met fresh falling snow overnight.
COVID-19 viral loads in wastewater are up in North Battleford, Sask., but down in Saskatoon, the most recent data from the University of Saskatchewan shows.
Houses became crime scenes on James Smith Cree Nation after a mass stabbing, and some families devastated by the massacre can't fathom returning to those homes.