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04/22/16

City issues ultimatum on school project, but developer says they will deliver

Thu, Apr 21: The City may soon have a bigger role to play in building one of Regina’s three P3 school projects. Construction of the building itself is coming along, but servicing the land is another issue. This has the developer in danger of defaulting on their contract. David Baxter has more on the potential resolution. Watch Video +Read More
08/25/15

Sask. government claims $100M savings from P3 schools

Project to also open 810 childcare spaces The provincial government says that using a public-private-partnership (P3) model to build 18 new schools in the province will save taxpayers more than $100 million. The government is using the financing model to build the 18 schools on what it calls nine joint-use sites in the communities of Regina, Saskatoon, Martensville and Warman. In a release issued early Tuesday afternoon, the government touted savings of $100 million using the P3 model for construction and financing. It says construction costs alone would save... +Read More
Provincial Budget 2014
03/18/15

Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation Responds to 2015-16 Provincial Budget

REGINA – Although the PreK-12 education sector was spared the worst in what was promised as a tight budget, the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation is maintaining a wait-and-see attitude given the many increased challenges teachers in the province are facing. Education… +Read More
Andrew Sims was the chairperson of the conciliation board.
02/26/15

Sims adamant that agreement reached is best deal possible without job action

Once it was determined that the Government-Trustee Bargaining Committee and the Teachers’ Bargaining Committee agreed to accept Terms of Settlement for a new provincial collective bargaining agreement following conclusion of conciliation and receipt of the Conciliation Board Report, it left… +Read More
02/12/15

Agreement reached in teacher bargaining

The Government-Trustee Bargaining Committee (GTBC) and the Teachers’ Bargaining Committee have accepted terms of settlement for a new provincial collective bargaining agreement for Saskatchewan teachers following conclusion of conciliation and receipt of the Conciliation Board Report. “After working through the… +Read More
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