Saskatoon-based technology innovator, Jeff Shirley, has been selected as the winner of the province’s first Rural Crime Innovation Challenge.
Saskatchewan schools now have access to a better streaming service as a result of a renewed Live Interactive Video Education (LIVE) Network agreement between the Ministry of Education and SaskTel. The LIVE Network is used for province-wide live video streaming for provincial, First Nations, Prekindergarten to Grade 12, and credit and non-credit post-secondary courses.
Saskatchewan, Montana, North Dakota and Wyoming today jointly signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS) at the Western Governors’ Association (WGA) meeting in Arizona.
The Governments of Canada and Saskatchewan are working with Habitat for Humanity and its partners to help Saskatchewan people in greatest housing need and to strengthen communities.
The Government of Saskatchewan has made changes to strengthen The Adoption Act, 1998 and The Adoption Regulations, 2003 to better serve Saskatchewan children and their families.
Premier Brad Wall left today for the Western Governors’ Association (WGA) Winter Meeting in Phoenix, focused on delivering a strong message that preserving free trade in North America is critical for continued economic growth and job creation on both sides of the border.
Legislation Introduced Today Will Allow for Ridesharing Services to Operate in Saskatchewan
A program has been launched to support people experiencing personal difficulties resulting from jury duty.
The Government of Saskatchewan is providing $150,000 to the Canadian Red Cross Society and Saskatoon Restorative Action Program (RAP) to continue to address bullying and cyberbullying and promote positive relationships in Saskatchewan schools.
The Saskatchewan NDP stood in the Legislature to vote against government legislation designed to allow small businesses to pay less tax on more income. Earlier this month, the government introduced legislation that would increase the small business income threshold to $600,000. By raising the income threshold, small businesses have greater incentive to hire more workers, and invest in new capital right here in Saskatchewan.