Scott Moe says vacated Saskatchewan seats won’t be filled through byelections

Two vacated seats in the Saskatchewan legislature will stay empty until the November 2020 provincial election, according to Premier Scott Moe. Saskatchewan Party MLAs Warren Steinley and Corey Tochor resigned on Wednesday to run for the Conservative Party of Canada in the upcoming federal election. Related Saskatchewan’s ridings to watch in 2019 federal election READ MORE: 2 Saskatchewan Party MLAs

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Saskatchewan’s ridings to watch in 2019 federal election

Of Saskatchewan’s 14 federal ridings, three or four will see close races in the 2019 federal election, according to one political scientist. The University of Saskatchewan’s Greg Poelzer expects the western economy to be the dominant issue in the province, along with Indigenous issues playing a significant role in northern Saskatchewan. READ MORE: Canadian federal campaign officially underway, voters head

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Campaign to replace technology for future of cancer patient care in Saskatchewan

There are only two computed tomography (CT) simulators in the province and they need replacing, according to the Cancer Foundation of Saskatchewan. The technology provides a cancer patient’s medical team with the images to determine the most effective, efficient and exact radiation treatment plan possible. Related 6 new gynecological oncologists hired in Saskatchewan This ensures healthy tissue is not harmed

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