March 8 was a day for rallies in Regina, with people gathering downtown to mark International Women's Day and others gathering outside the provincial legislature to protest budget austerity. If you weren't there, here's what you missed.

 

International Women's Day was marked with a gathering in downtown Regina.

  • International Women's Day Rally - Photos by Michaela Solomon
  • International Women's Day Rally - Photos by Michaela Solomon
    International Women's Day Rally - Photos by Michaela Solomon
  • International Women's Day Rally - Photos by Michaela Solomon
    International Women's Day Rally - Photos by Michaela Solomon
  • International Women's Day Rally - Photos by Michaela Solomon
    International Women's Day Rally - Photos by Michaela Solomon
  • International Women's Day Rally - Photos by Michaela Solomon
    International Women's Day Rally - Photos by Michaela Solomon
  • International Women's Day Rally - Photos by Michaela Solomon
    International Women's Day Rally - Photos by Michaela Solomon

 

Meanwhile, protesters gathered at the provincial legislature to protest possible pending budget cuts and privatization. 

  • Sask Ledge Rally

    Photos by Katie Doke Sawatzky.

  • Sask Ledge Rally

    Hundreds of public sector workers gathered in front of the Saskatchewan Legislature on March 8.

  • Sask Ledge Rally

    Workers were protesting pay cuts proposed by the Wall government.

  • Sask Ledge Rally

    Hot dogs were provided to participants.

  • Sask Ledge Rally
  • Sask Ledge Rally

    People were also protesting privitization and layoffs.

  • Sask Ledge Rally

    Tom Graham, president of CUPE Saskatchewan.

 

 

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