Premier Brad Wall today announced a number of changes to the provincial cabinet following the departure from cabinet of five ministers.
The 2017-18 Saskatchewan Budget remains on track at first quarter, with no change in the bottom-line forecast.
Saskatchewan’s Acting Minister Responsible for Trade Dustin Duncan is calling a ruling against the Government of Alberta’s system of beer mark-ups a big win for free trade within Canada.
Justice Minister and Attorney General Gordon Wyant today announced the creation of the new Protection and Response Team (PRT) to aid in the reduction of crime in rural Saskatchewan.
The Government of Saskatchewan has reaffirmed its commitment to supporting health community-based organizations (CBOs) funded by Regional Health Authorities (RHAs).
The extremely popular beach wheelchair program in Saskatchewan’s provincial parks that was launched earlier this year has been expanded. There are now ten chairs across the province, doubling the number of beach wheelchairs available to park visitors with mobility challenges.
Kindersley MLA Bill Boyd today announced that he will be retiring from public life and resigning his seat, effective September 1, 2017.
Today, Lieutenant Governor Vaughn Solomon Schofield announced nominations will be accepted until November 1, 2017 for the next round of potential recipients for the province’s highest honour – the Saskatchewan Order of Merit.
Travelling to White City will soon be safer for area residents – motorists and pedestrians. Within the next day, the new White City overpass will open to traffic less than two years after construction started.
After serving as Premier of Saskatchewan for nearly 10 years, Premier Brad Wall today announced that he will be retiring from that position and elected politics when his party elects a new Leader.