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.
In March 2017, wholesale trade in Saskatchewan grew 13.8 per cent (seasonally adjusted) over March 2016, above the national average of 10.2 per cent for the same period. Saskatchewan ranked third in percentage growth among the provinces.
Retail sales in Saskatchewan experienced robust growth in March in comparison to the other provinces, adding to recent upward trends in other economic sectors.
Slow Down Through the Work Zone
Premier Brad Wall said the highlight of the spring sitting of the Legislature which wraps up today was a difficult but necessary budget that will move Saskatchewan away from its reliance on resource revenues and ensure the province’s economy and finances stay strong.
Growth in manufacturing sales in Saskatchewan showed significant year-over-year strength in March, more than doubling the national average.
The Government of Saskatchewan will appeal last month’s Court of Queen’s Bench ruling on separate school funding.