Former Premiers Thatcher, Blakeney, Devine, Romanow Honoured
On November 22 - National Housing Day – the province is celebrating the achievements that have been made in addressing the housing needs of Saskatchewan people. National Housing Day is also a day to mark the importance of housing in the lives of Canadians.
Deputy Premier and Justice Minister Don Morgan introduced legislation today to reverse changes made as a result of Bill 40 that was passed last spring.
On Monday, December 4, 2017, the new Saskatchewan Health Authority will launch. On that date, the employees and operations of the 12 Regional Health Authorities will officially transfer to the new organization. There will be no changes to health care programs, services, facilities or phone numbers as a result of transition. Residents and patients should continue to access care in the same way they always have.
Two geographical features in Saskatchewan’s north have been named in honour of Adam Wood and Marie Janvier — a teacher and teacher’s aide who were killed on January 22, 2016, while helping students and colleagues during the shootings at Dene High School in La Loche.
Today, Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart announced a renewed $200,000 partnership with Canadian Western Agribition that will provide $50,000 in funding for each of the next four shows. Stewart made the announcement at Canadian Western Agribition’s annual Burning of the Brand.
The Government of Canada and the Province of Saskatchewan officially opened a new housing project which will provide 14 units of affordable housing and support services to families with complex needs. Support services and programs will be provided by Foxvalley Counselling Inc. (Foxvalley). The development is owned by Silver Sage Holdings Ltd. (Silver Sage).
Governments of Canada and Saskatchewan Team Up with Habitat for Humanity to Build a Home in Moose Jaw
The governments of Canada and Saskatchewan are partnering with Habitat for Humanity to help a Moose Jaw family secure a quality, affordable home.
The Government of Saskatchewan continues to ensure the safety of North Battleford communities and families through Municipal Police Grants. This provincial contribution of $770,000 will fund seven existing North Battleford RCMP positions in 2017-18.
The Government of Saskatchewan continues to ensure the safety of Prince Albert communities and families through Municipal Police Grants.