Ryan Meili is Awesome. Deal With It.

He’s going to @%$#ing murder me for this. But I don’t care. In fact, that’s just one of the reasons Ryan is one of my good friends: he’s super easy to get along with and gets over things quick. I (to the shock and surprise of many, I’m sure) am not really skilled at either. […]

Saskatchewan People Were Polled On Carbon Pricing & the Results Aren’t What You Think

I’ve always wanted to headline a post with clickbait. Preferably one that doesn’t include swear words (many, many of you, especially my male readers and my mom, get quite disgusted when I do that). Will it work? Let’s watch. It’s true though. In a recent poll commissioned by Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission and conducted by Abacus Data, people […]

Saskatchewan’s Education Minister Gave a Speech Last Week and It Will Blow Your Mind (No, Not in a Good Way)

Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota Sask Party MLA Bronwyn Eyre has a rich history of opining on education and educational institutes. In 2010 Eyre wrote a newspaper column entitled ‘The Slippery Slope of Sexual Education’, wherein she questions whether Grade 5 students need to be taught the anatomically-correct terminology for the reproductive system, or Grade 6 students the […]

Lessons From the Formation of Alberta’s Single Health Region (Alternate Title: Blurred Lines)

“At its core, health is about people… complex interactions among many individuals and organizations, requiring effective working relationships…(which) depend on people respecting each other’s roles and responsibilities, understanding how they relate to each other, and committing to work collaboratively towards shared goals.” – Alberta’s Health Task Force Report, 2012 The Saskatchewan government is amalgamating our […]