Students wishing to submit an application for the 2019 Saskatchewan Agriculture Scholarship program can now do so.
The Government of Saskatchewan has proclaimed October 14-20 as Saskatchewan Library Week to celebrate the contribution libraries make in the lives of residents. This year’s theme is “Libraries Transform” as libraries can open a world of knowledge to their users.
Today Lieutenant Governor W. Thomas Molloy will be joined by Provincial Secretary Nadine Wilson to honour the latest recipients of the Saskatchewan Protective Services Medal at a ceremony in Regina. This ceremony follows medal presentations in Saskatoon earlier this month.
The Government of Saskatchewan is pleased to recognize the positive impact of small businesses to the province during the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) Small Business Week taking place from October 14 to 20, 2018.
The Ministry of Corrections and Policing and partners are providing $25,000 in funding to MADD Canada as part of government’s efforts to curb impaired driving.
Environment Minister Dustin Duncan has proclaimed October 15 to 21 as Waste Reduction Week in Saskatchewan. Throughout the week, people are encouraged to find innovative ideas and solutions to become more environmentally conscious. In its 17th year, Waste Reduction Week continues to highlight the importance of waste reduction, conservation and recycling, as well as the positive impact living green has on our environment.
Today, Agriculture Minister David Marit proclaimed October 14 to 20, as Veterinary Technician Week in Saskatchewan. The week coincides with National Veterinary Technician Week in both Canada and the United States.
Deputy Premier and Education Minister Gordon Wyant has proclaimed October 15 as School Bus Driver Appreciation Day in Saskatchewan. Every day, school bus drivers ensure that more than 70,000 Saskatchewan students are safely transported to and from school. School buses travel approximately 250,000 kilometres per day which results in more than 46 million kilometres travelled each year.
The largest transportation project in Saskatchewan’s history, the Regina Bypass, is approximately 90 per cent complete.
The Government of Saskatchewan has designated October 14-20, as Education Week in Saskatchewan.