The souring of negotiations between the Government of Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation are making themselves felt in Swift Current today.

Beginning today, sanctions are in effect on non-scholastic activities throughout the province.

READ MORE: STF to Implement Sanctions After Government Negotiations

The Federation's sanctions have resulted in teachers being called to stop all extracurricular activities, appear at school only 15 minutes before and after the school day.

Sanctions still indicate that supervision during recess, lunch or for bussing needs will remain.

The Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation announced the sanctions on Monday morning.

Yesterday afternoon, the sanctions lead the SHSAA to cancel the remainder of their basketball season.

Ten southwest Saskatchewan teams were set to attend regionals scheduled to begin Friday.

Stay tuned to Swift Current Online for more information on the proceedings of the sanctions and future negotiations.

Read more on each of the two sides' negotiations in the link below.

READ MORE: "It's the Union That's Walked Away from the Children" - Education Minister on STF Sanctions