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Premier Brad Wall is painting the NDP's campaign promises as reckless spending that could harm the economy.
The NDP released a platform yesterday that included 2.3 billion dollars in additional spending over four years.
Wall says the actual cost would be closer to $3 billion.
NDP leader Dwain Lingenfelter says they can pay for their promises by increasing potash royalties.
Wall says the former NDP government negotiated the current royalty structure and he believes Lingenfelter is risking jobs and investment by proposing to change it.
Moose Jaw City Police have discovered a body in an area where a man reported missing on Thursday was last seen. The body was found in the
RCMP are looking for a man that escaped from the Regina Correctional Centre yesterday while working outside of the facility. Shawn Willia
Shaunavon RCMP are asking for the public's assistance in locating a missing sign. Sometime on Thursday, July 17th, thieves stole a sign t
You may not know it, but Saskatchewan's mountain bike mecca can be found just a few minutes south of Swift Current on the number fou
A new report from the Canadian Federation of Independent Business shows that unfilled jobs in Canada remain high. The latest "Help Wanted
The flood relief concert at Casino Regina last week attracted more than 400 people, collecting over $8,000 for the Red Cross. A number of
Regina police are heading up a multi-city investigation into counterfeit bills that have been turning up at some local businesses in south
Swift Current is in for some more money for infrastructure projects after the provincial and federal governments agreed to renew the Gas T
The Government of Saskatchewan in collaboration with the Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation (STF) and other education groups have appointed
A theft of fuel in the Rural Municipality of Arlington has Shaunavon RCMP asking for assistance from the public. Sometime between June 27
A fundraising event held in Regina last week raised more than one million dollars for Saskatchewan Charities. President of Brandt - Shaun
Clearwater Drive-In owners, Ken and Denise Kelk continue to bring movies to the big screen outside of Kyle this summer. Since taking over
Central School in Swift Current will be slowing transitioning to a K-8 school. This fall will see some changes to the Chinook School Divisi
North Battleford RCMP continue to search for Elrose resident Wally Giesbrecht. According to police, no new information has come in, but t
Two young boys are dead after a collision involving a tractor near Ravenscrag Shaunavon RCMP say the boys, aged 16 and 10, both from the
Saskatchewan Transportation Company will increase passenger fares by an average of 5.5% beginning August 1, 2014. "We're looking at an av
Heavy rain, strong winds and hail have hit a number of communities across southern and central Saskatchewan on Thursday. A storm moved th
The First Annual Family Fun Day happens on Sunday in Climax, with a long list of activities planned for the day. "We're going to have an an
STARS Air Ambulance Saskatoon base has received its new AW139 helicopter, a $16 million donation from PotashCorp. This helicopter is a fi
A long-time Canadian sportscaster who was originally from the southwest has died. Bill Stephenson was born in Elrose before moving to Bri
The City of Swift Current is getting their funding committments figured out for the constrcution of the new long-term care facility. The
Parts of southwest Saskatchewan were hit by severe weather last night. One storm struck south of the Cypress Hills, where hail up to the
Campers wanting a weekend away from the city can take part at the third annual Sleep Under the Stars. The event takes place at Grasslands
Local Florist Poppy Parsons owner of Smart Flowers has received an industry designation in Floral Design. She was inducted into th
The Swift Current Aquatic Centre and the Lifesaving Society are looking to protect Canadians this summer from water related death. This w