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The private sector failed to fill the void created by the termination of STC

Stop The Cuts is launching a series of Public Hearings at which groups and individuals will be encouraged to discuss what the closure of STC means to them, and what their transportation needs are today – and are likely to be in the future. The first Pubic Hearing will be held in Saskatoon on May 15.

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The System is Broken & the Depot is Closing: Provincial Leadership Candidate Forum

Stop the Cuts is holding an all-candidates forum on the future of inter-city transportation in Saskatchewan, this Friday, September 29, 2017, at the former STC bus depot, 50 23rd St East, Saskatoon. The event will start at 4:30 and is open to the public. It will be streamed live on Facebook and the public are also invited to attend in person.

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Stop the Cuts is holding public town hall discussions in rural and northern areas called Crowns and Cuts

Residents of North Battleford recently attended a Crowns and Cuts the first Town Hall meeting in a series of public discussions in rural and northern areas being facilitated by Stop the Cuts, a citizens group of people concerned about the impacts provincial budget cuts. Crowns and Cuts Town Hall organizers are highlighting the value of […]

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Wall’s lack of planning is a transportation crisis for many SK residents

There is a transportation crisis in Saskatchewan. Until May 31 we had Saskatchewan Transportation Company that was, by all accounts, one of the best bus passenger services in Canada. In Wall’s rush to privatize STC he didn’t allow enough time for a responsible “wind-down” or to learn about the consequences of the cut, and now […]

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Federal Transit Funding Could Save STC

Stop the Cuts is asking Saskatchewan residents to contact their MLAs and MPs to broker a deal. Saskatoon – June 7, 2017 – With the STC, the Saskatchewan Party could have its cake and eat it too. Stop the Cuts has learned about federal transit funding that has become available that could allow the STC […]

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Wall government’s cut in STC bus service strands passengers

The Saskatchewan Transport Company (STC) is designated an essential public service in Saskatchewan for many reasons. Public transportation has been shown to be crucial in serving and maintaining areas of low population density and remote, hard-to-travel-to communities. Saskatchewan people and services are connected through public transport, enabling rural and small town people to enjoy similar […]