By CBC News, June 6, 2017
Injunction filed in May but later dismissed after judge said province had authority to cut STC
People hoping to take over transportation routes formerly operated by the Saskatchewan Transportation Company met opposition at a hearing in Regina on Tuesday.
The Crown corporation was shuttered May 31 after the decision was made to cut costs in March’s provincial budget. The government said continued use of the company would cost $85 million over the next five years.