There’s no doubt changes are coming to the way education is delivered in Saskatchewan. The status quo isn’t sustainable: funding for K-12 education in Saskatchewan has gone up 170% since 2008, while enrolment has […]
Tammy Robert loves working, living and raising her family in Saskatchewan.
Born and raised in this fine province, then spending her early twentysomething years in Europe only served to deepen her resolve to invest herself, and her future, in all Saskatchewan has to offer.
Having spent the last four years as the executive producer of the John Gormley Live Show, Tammy knows Saskatchewan - the people, the places and the politics. You can count on her for a fact-based, no-holds barred approach to opining on all three.
We can all agree on one thing, so let’s start there: Saskatchewan is broke. Okay, two things – we all know resource revenues are low. Oil prices plunged two years ago, in […]
This was supposed to be a very different post. With recent news of another oil spill in Saskatchewan, the spotlight is back on the regulation of our province’s extensive network of energy-industry […]
On December 8th, 2016 the Provincial Auditor (PA) of Saskatchewan released her year-end report. The PA’s office generates two (giant) reports per year, one in June and one in December, plus any ad […]
Recently CBC investigative reporter Geoff Leo revealed, as part of his dogged scrutiny of Regina’s Global Transportation Hub (GTH), that it was SaskPower which provided the cash infusion to the GTH to […]
“…did not find evidence of conflicts of interest, or indications of fraud or wrongdoing.” Sound familiar? That’s the line from the Saskatchewan Auditor that the provincial government has used over 60 times […]
In Saskatoon, few pieces of real estate have stirred as much controversy and debate as the Lighthouse. The building, located on the corner of Saskatoon’s 20th St E and 2nd Avenue, was […]
After a spate of recent high profile incidents, Premier Brad Wall wrote a compelling post on Facebook lamenting drunk driving in Saskatchewan, in which he promised discussion when the Legislature sits in October, […]
Assisting a family member through the process of downsizing to a condo, I stumbled across the HeadStart On a Home (HSOH) program. Curious and a bit perplexed, primarily because I couldn’t figure […]
Cause they (probably) have insurance. Last week Prince Albert media reported that “Husky would be setting up an insurance claims centre in P.A. to help residents and businesses file for reimbursement”. Residents and […]