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STC's passenger services cease on May 31, 2017.
STC's passenger services cease on May 31, 2017. Daniella Ponticelli/CKOM News Staff

Transit union loses court fight, STC to close as planned

By CJME News Staff
May 26, 2017 - 2:39pm

The Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) has lost its court battle to keep Saskatchewan Transportation Company (STC) open.

In a 45-page judgment, Justice L.J. Schwann wrote that the budget decision to wind down the Crown was not "legally flawed" and within the law.

The Brad Wall government saw support dip following the recent provincial budget, according to a Mainstreet poll released May 25.
The Brad Wall government saw support dip following the recent provincial budget, according to a Mainstreet poll released May 25. file photo/CJME News Staff

Sask. NDP leads in latest Mainstreet poll

By CJME News Staff
May 25, 2017 - 8:36am

The Sask. Party has taken a hit in popularity after the most recent budget.

A new Mainstreet poll shows the current government is sitting at 40 per cent popularity with decided and leaning voters. That represents a seven per cent decrease from the last poll.

SaskPower and DEEP Geothermal have signed a power purchase agreement.
SaskPower and DEEP Geothermal have signed a power purchase agreement. file photo/CJME News Staff

SaskPower looks at first geothermal power project in Estevan

By CJME News Staff
May 17, 2017 - 10:36am

SaskPower is exploring what would be Saskatchewan’s first geothermal power project.

It has signed a power purchase agreement with DEEP Earth Energy Production Corp. that will determine the feasibility of a five-megawatt project near Estevan.

Sarah Wensley, 17, was killed when a stolen vehicle hit the car she was in at an intersection in Saskatoon on May 5, 2014.
Sarah Wensley, 17, was killed when a stolen vehicle hit the car she was in at an intersection in Saskatoon on May 5, 2014. file photo/CJME News Staff

'No consequences:' dad of drunk driving victim on new ads

By CJME News Staff
May 12, 2017 - 12:22pm

Amid the sobbing, there was anger as people watched SGI’s new ad about impaired driving.

The drunk driving campaign features real Saskatchewan people who were killed in drunk driving crashes.

Members of the U of R soccer team pose with John Graham, Ken Cheveldayoff and Mayor Michael Fougere after the announcement of an International Soccer "friendly" to be held in Regina.
Members of the U of R soccer team pose with John Graham, Ken Cheveldayoff and Mayor Michael Fougere after the announcement of an International Soccer "friendly" to be held in Regina. Arielle Zerr/CJME News Staff

A different kind of football comes to new Mosaic Stadium

By CJME News Staff
May 9, 2017 - 1:13pm

One of the top European soccer teams will be making their way to the Queen City this summer.

It was announced Tuesday morning that Valencia CF, a team from the La Liga soccer league in Spain, will be playing a friendly game against the North American Soccer League's New York Cosmos.

The Saskatchewan Professional Teachers Regulatory Board ruled that a former teacher and principal should have her teaching certificate suspended and pay a $5,000 fine.
The Saskatchewan Professional Teachers Regulatory Board ruled that a former teacher and principal should have her teaching certificate suspended and pay a $5,000 fine. file photo/CJME News Staff

Former teacher fined $5K after misconduct hearing

By CJME News Staff
May 8, 2017 - 10:41am

A former teacher and principal in Saskatchewan has had her teaching certificate suspended and she must pay a fine after a professional misconduct hearing in Regina.

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