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Friday, April 22, 2022
Pension & Benefits

Earlier this year, the Pension and Benefits Board of Directors began the process of reviewing the benefits under the Members’ Health Plan.

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Friday, April 22, 2022
Pension & Benefits

With continued positive plan experience in the Long-Term Disability Plan, the Pension and Benefits Board of Directors has approved a motion to continue subsidizing premium rates.

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Tuesday, April 12, 2022
News Release

The Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation is calling on Minister of Education Dustin Duncan and the Government of Saskatchewan to immediately reinstate COVID-19 public health measures in schools. The latest wastewater data from the University of Saskatchewan shows an alarming increase of 742 percent in Saskatoon. Data for North Battleford and Prince Albert also shows surges of 250 percent and 56 percent, respectively.

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Tuesday, April 5, 2022
News Release

Calm During Crisis: Leading Saskatchewan Schools Through Covid-19, developed in partnership with the University of Regina, Faculty of Education and the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation, examines the experiences of Saskatchewan principals and vice-principals addressing shifting new demands and challenges in keeping schools open and safe during the pandemic in 2020-21 and on.

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Wednesday, March 23, 2022
News Release

The Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation is disappointed that the Government of Saskatchewan has again chosen not to make education funding a priority. An increase of 4.7 percent was required to simply maintain the status quo of programming and services. This budget results in a more than 3 percent cut to K-12 operational spending.

“These cuts will directly impact students across the province,” said STF President Patrick Maze. “School divisions will be left with no choice but to cut programs and services that are already underfunded and insufficient to meet students’ needs.”

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