Saskatoon Fairview MLA Jennifer Campeau today announced she is leaving politics to accept a position with mining company Rio Tinto.
Wholesale trade in April 2017 increased by 13.0 per cent (seasonally adjusted) over April 2016—the second highest percentage growth among the provinces, and higher than the national average of 10.3 per cent.
The Ministry of Agriculture will offer current patrons of the Saskatchewan Pastures Program (SPP) the option of leasing the pastures, as the program is wound down over the next three years. This follows the decision in March 2017 to end the Saskatchewan Pastures Program and consult on future management of the land.
Saskatchewan’s population continues to increase, growing by 3,026 to 1,161,365 people in the first quarter of 2017.
Board to Help Guide Transition to a Single Provincial Health Authority
There were 1,300 more jobs in Saskatchewan last month compared to May 2016, according to Statistics Canada data released today. Compared to last month, there were 2,100 more people working in the province (seasonally adjusted).
Premier Brad Wall today announced the launch of Saskatchewan’s first technology incubator in Saskatoon.
Censored Federal Memo Warns Saskatchewan and Alberta Have Most to Lose Under Ottawa's Forced Carbon Tax
A recently released federal memo is sounding the warning sirens that Ottawa’s plan to force a carbon tax on provinces will be especially hard on Saskatchewan and Alberta.
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall today joined the Children’s Hospital Foundation of Saskatchewan (CHFS) to announce a $50 million donation and a new name for the children’s hospital and the foundation.
On a year-over-year basis, Saskatchewan’s average weekly earnings saw a 2.6 per cent increase in March 2017 (seasonally adjusted), the second highest among Canada’s provinces, according to new figures released by Statistics Canada today.