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Saskatchewan voters will go to the polls on Oct. 26 to choose a new provincial government. Join the Campaigniacs —a team of journalists from the Regina Leader-Post and the Saskatoon StarPhoenix— in a podcast series that will follow along with the election campaign.

Each week, they’ll  provide analysis of the race, along with deeper looks into key issues expected to shape the results of the 2020 provincial election. You can listen to Campaigniacs on the Leader-Post and StarPhoenix websites, and on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher.


REGINA, SASK : July 28, 2020 -- Two pedestrians wear masks in downtown Regina, Saskatchewan on July 28, 2020. BRANDON HARDER/ Regina Leader-Post
With the provincial election taking place against the backdrop of a global pandemic, the team looks at the response to date, and the parties’ positions on how to steer Saskatchewan through the crisis. Photo by BRANDON HARDER /Regina Leader-Post

Women are underrepresented among candidates running for provincial office in 2020. This week’s episode focuses on the challenges keeping women out of politics and what it will take to get closer to gender parity in the Legislature.

The Campaigniacs (left-to-right): Arthur White-Crummey: Legislature reporter, Regina Leader-Post. Murray Mandryk: Political columnist, Leader-Post and Saskatoon StarPhoenix. Phil Tank: Provincial affairs reporter, StarPhoenix.



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