Stephanie Taylor

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Stephanie Taylor is a Canadian Press reporter based in Saskatchewan.

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Liberals propose enshrining the right to a healthy environment in legislation

The Liberal government is proposing long-awaited changes to an environmental protection law that includes a recognition that everyone living in Canada has a right to a healthy environment.

Province rejected funding despite advice drug consumption sites save lives

REGINA -- Documents show that Saskatchewan health officials who were considering a proposal for the province's first supervised drug consumption site found such spaces save lives and money without risking public safety.

Saskatchewan Health Authority warns of risks in loosening COVID-19 rules

A recent presentation to Saskatchewan doctors says the province's public health measures have so far failed to drive down the spread of COVID-19 below targets that officials would like to see.

Court to hear arguments on delay in Broncos lawsuit for proposed class action

A Regina court is to hear arguments Friday over whether there should be a delay in a lawsuit stemming from the deadly Humboldt Broncos bus crash.

Saskatchewan's finance minister hints province won't eliminate deficit by 2024

Saskatchewan's finance minister says it's going to be tough to eliminate the province's deficit by 2024 and the government is likely to pick a new goal.

Clare's Law in Saskatchewan used handful of times; Mounties review their role

The legislation known informally as "Clare's Law" allows police to warn someone that they could be in danger from their partner. An advocate on the committee that recommends what should be disclosed says six requests for information were made between June and January.

Saskatchewan faces risk of COVID-19 resurgence: modelling

"We need to see more testing being done so that we're picking up more cases and getting on top of those quicker so they're not spreading to more people — that's how you actually bend that curve down faster," said Cory Neudorf, public health and epidemiology professor at the University of Saskatchewan.

Nurses union calls for more transparency as Sask. sees 3rd case of coronavirus variant

The head of Saskatchewan's main nurses' union is urging provincial leaders to explain how they plan to deal with a more infectious strain of the novel coronavirus following a report of a third variant case.

Indigenous woman left with concussion after RCMP arrest in northern Saskatchewan

An RCMP professional responsibility unit is investigating a complaint after an Indigenous woman says she was tackled and hit by officers at a hospital in northern Saskatchewan.

'End of the road': Truck driver in Humboldt Broncos crash awaits deportation decision

Jaskirat Singh Sidhu, the former truck driver responsible for the Humboldt bus crash, is now waiting for the Canada Border Services Agency to write a report that will recommend whether he be allowed to stay in his adopted country or be deported.