Adam Hunter

Journalist

Adam Hunter is the provincial affairs reporter at CBC Saskatchewan, based in Regina. He has been with CBC for 12 years. He hosts the CBC podcast On the Ledge. Follow him on Twitter @AHiddyCBC. Contact him: adam.hunter@cbc.ca

Latest from Adam Hunter

Sask. Party promises 1-year 10 per cent SaskPower rebate

The Saskatchewan Party is promising a one-year 10 per cent rebate to all SaskPower customers if elected.

Moe and Meili offer differing perspectives on pandemic recovery, reopening and masks

COVID-19 will be an election campaign issue as both Saskatchewan Party Leader Scott Moe and NDP Leader Ryan Meili have been asked about the pandemic's effect on the provincial economy, restrictions and mask use.

Seven Sask. election races to watch

There are 61 seats in the Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly up for grabs on Oct. 26 but not all constituencies will be in play. Here are seven to watch.
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Sask. Party seeks rare fourth straight mandate

The COVID-19 pandemic will make the 2020 Saskatchewan election unlike any other in the province’s 115-year history but polls suggest the result could be a familiar one.

Former NDP cabinet minister to run as independent in Regina Walsh Acres

Former NDP cabinet minister Sandra Morin will be running in the upcoming election in Regina Walsh Acres as an independent.

Sask. NDP promises party fundraising changes that would eliminate corporate and union donations

Saskatchewan NDP Leader Ryan Meili vowed Wednesday that if elected, his party will eliminate corporate and union donations, and cap individual donations.

Sask. to make its case against the carbon tax in front of Supreme Court starting Tuesday

The Saskatchewan government will argue its case against the carbon tax in front of the Supreme Court of Canada starting Tuesday, months after the hearing was originally scheduled for.

Parties adjusting to Sask. election campaign constraints

Premier Scott Moe could call the election anytime between Wednesday and Sept. 30. By law, Saskatchewan's writ period is a maximum of 34 days and a minimum of 27.

Premier Moe says pandemic, not looming election, led to flurry of school re-announcements

Premier Scott Moe has been crisscrossing the province for more than two weeks making announcements about future school and municipal projects, but he says they are not pre-election photo ops.

Sask. Premier Moe sends Prime Minister Trudeau letter with 'priorities' to include in upcoming throne speech

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe is reaching out to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau asking that the federal government's upcoming throne speech include "priorities" important to the province.

Parents say COVID-19 reporting could be improved after case in Saskatoon daycare

Parents of children at a Saskatoon child care centre say the government's process for notifying after a positive COVID-19 case needs to be clearer.

Sask. health minister, CMHO reinforce importance of mask use

Saskatchewan's chief medical health officer and health minister are reminding people that wearing a mask can help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Sask. education minister announces $51M in first round of school division COVID-19 funding

On Tuesday morning, Saskatchewan's Education Minister Gord Wyant announced how the money will be handed out.

Sask. NDP Leader stands by decision to remove former cabinet minister as candidate in Regina

Saskatchewan NDP Leader Ryan Meili said his decision to remove former cabinet minister Sandra Morin as the party candidate in Regina Walsh Acres will not change.

Sask. government assessing federal COVID Alert app

The federal government's COVID Alert app can be downloaded in Saskatchewan, but the province has not signed-off on its use.

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