The Saskatchewan Government released the value for money report for the publicly-owned Joint-Use Schools Project, which was prepared by KPMG. The independent financial experts confirm the P3 model will save taxpayers $100 million, or 13 per cent, compared to a traditional model. These savings include P3-related costs, such as private financing.
Today, four new recipients of the Premier’s Service Club Award were announced, representing volunteer community organizations from Humboldt, Leader, Meadow Lake and Swift Current.
The Government of Saskatchewan is taking action to ensure the safety of Yorkton communities and families through the Municipal Police Grants. This provincial contribution of $330,000 will fund three Yorkton RCMP positions in 2015-16.
The Government of Saskatchewan is taking action to ensure the safety of Weyburn communities and families through the Municipal Police Grants. This provincial contribution of $220,000 will fund two Weyburn Police Service positions in 2015-16.
In summer of 2015, public officials in our province of Saskatchewan issued a decree: that all affected people leave their homes and in mass exodus, travel to places of refuge where they could be safe and accounted for.
Today, Saskatoon Eastview MLA Corey Tochor, on behalf of Government Relations Minister Jim Reiter, joined Saskatoon Mayor Donald Atchison at a demonstration of a natural Christmas tree burn to remind citizens to be fire safe this holiday season.
Today, the Water Security Agency (WSA) released the 2015 Conditions at Freeze-up Report. The report summarizes the water supply conditions during the late fall and early winter period. This report helps provide a better understanding of the conditions on the ground in preparation for spring runoff in 2016.
The Government of Saskatchewan is taking action to ensure the safety of Estevan communities and families through the Municipal Police Grants. This provincial contribution of $330,000 will fund three Estevan Police Service positions in 2015-16.
Construction is now underway on the White City overpass, which is a key part of the Regina Bypass. This vital link will connect Highway 48 to Highway 1 at White City, eliminating the need to make left turns on or off of Highway 1. The overpass will be open to traffic in 2017.
With the approach of the holiday season, employers and young workers are reminded that 14- and 15-year-olds must take the Young Worker Readiness Certificate Course (YWRCC) before they start working.