News

September 27, 2017

A Decade of Growth in Saskatchewan

More people are calling Saskatchewan home today as the province’s population grew by 4,376 during the second of quarter of 2017.

September 26, 2017

Students and Staff Celebrate Grand Opening of St. Lorenzo Ruiz Catholic School in Saskatoon

St. Lorenzo Ruiz Catholic School celebrated its grand opening today with an energetic gathering in the school gymnasium.  Saskatoon University MLA Eric Olauson, on behalf of Education Minister Bronwyn Eyre, joined students to unveil the plaque that will be displayed in the school's entrance and cut the ribbon to officially mark the opening of the school.

September 26, 2017

Southeast Saskatoon Officially Opens New Public School

Education Minister Bronwyn Eyre joined students, teachers, dignitaries and representatives from the Saskatoon Public School Division to celebrate the grand opening of Colette Bourgonje School in the Saskatoon Rosewood neighbourhood.

September 25, 2017

New Affordable Housing Project Opens in Moose Jaw

The Government of Canada and the Province of Saskatchewan, along with Moose Jaw Non-Profit Housing Corporation (MJNP) officially opened Wakamow Place II, a new 12-unit affordable rental housing project for individuals with complex needs.

September 22, 2017

Provincial Graduation Rate Increasing

Education Minister Bronwyn Eyre joined with the Saskatchewan School Boards Association (SSBA) to celebrate that more students in Saskatchewan are graduating from high school. The announcement was made at the SSBA’s annual Fall Members Council in Saskatoon.

September 22, 2017

Chief Whitecap School Welcomes Students from Stonebridge and Whitecap Dakota First Nation

Today, students from Saskatoon’s Stonebridge community and Whitecap Dakota First Nation came together to celebrate the grand opening of Chief Whitecap School. The elementary school is part of a unique partnership between Whitecap Dakota First Nation, Saskatoon Public Schools and the federal and provincial governments that includes students in Grades 5-8 from Whitecap Dakota First Nation and K-8 students from Stonebridge.