Saskatchewan's 15th premier, Scott Moe, was sworn in at Government House Feb. 2 along with a cabinet of 16 others. | Twitter.com/@kjbriere photo

Stewart still Sask. ag minister as new cabinet sworn in

Saskatchewan’s 15th premier, Scott Moe, was sworn in at Government House Feb. 2 along with a cabinet of 16 others. The lone newcomer is Warren Kaeding, a former seed grower and national Outstanding Young Farmer winner, who was elected in 2016 in the Melville-Saltcoats constituency. Kaeding takes on government relations, as well as First Nations, […] Read more

New Sask. Party leader has rural backing

SASKATOON — A largely rural membership elected a rural MLA to be the next Saskatchewan Party leader and premier-designate, ensuring Brad Wall’s replacement would reflect their interests. Rosthern-Shellbrook MLA Scott Moe won Jan. 27 on the fifth and final ballot by 1,161 votes over Alanna Koch, who led the first three ballots and was also […] Read more

Rosthern-Shellbrook MLA Scott Moe won Jan. 27 on the fifth and final ballot by 1,161 votes over Alanna Koch, who led the first three ballots and was also widely supported by the farming sector. | Karen Briere photo

Sask. Party leader has rural backing

SASKATOON — A largely rural membership elected a rural MLA to be the next Saskatchewan Party leader and premier-designate, ensuring Brad Wall’s replacement would reflect their interests. Rosthern-Shellbrook MLA Scott Moe won Jan. 27 on the fifth and final ballot by 1,161 votes over Alanna Koch, who led the first three ballots and was also […] Read more


Moe vows to fight carbon tax in Saskatchewan

Moe vows to fight carbon tax in Saskatchewan

Former provincial environment minister to be next premier

SASKATOON — Scott Moe is the premier-designate for Saskatchewan after five ballots and voting results that were much closer than expected. The final ballot saw the Rosthern-Shellbrook MLA take nearly 54 percent of the vote, while Alanna Koch earned 46 percent. Moe, who is 44, told reporters his first priority was to have a family […] Read more

Saskatchewan Party leadership candidates tackled agricultural issues January 4 at a forum organized by agricultural organizations. | Screencap via www.twitter.com/saskparty

Sask Party hopefuls address ag concerns

The agricultural forum organized by farm groups came weeks before Sask Party is set to pick new leader, who will become the new premier

Saskatchewan Party leadership candidates tackled agricultural issues earlier this month at a forum organized by agricultural organizations. Farmers in the crowd said it was important to hear the leadership candidates, especially because the winner will eventually become premier once Brad Wall steps down. The candidates, Tina Beaudry-Mellor, Ken Cheveldayoff, Alanna Koch, Scott Moe and Gordon […] Read more


Saskatchewan Party members will vote Jan. 27 to determine their next leader and the province’s next premier.
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Who will be the next Sask. premier?

Saskatchewan Party members will vote Jan. 27 to determine their next leader and the province’s next premier. Five candidates are seeking the job, and while they have common positions on some issues — none of them are in favour of a carbon tax — they all bring different perspectives to the table. Here are some of […] Read more