The Government of Saskatchewan announced details today of a new income support program that will help people receiving income assistance overcome challenges, earn more income, become more self-sufficient and start a career.
The Ministry of Environment and Ministry of Agriculture have jointly proclaimed June 16 to 22, 2019, as Native Prairie Appreciation Week in Saskatchewan.
The Dominion Bond Rating Service (DBRS) today affirmed Saskatchewan’s AA credit rating, unchanged since 2009, and keeping the province’s overall credit rating at the second-highest among all provinces, when all three rating agencies are considered.
Construction on twinning and passing lanes continues on Highway 7 between Saskatoon and the Alberta border.
The Government of Saskatchewan has appointed members to the new Income Assistance Advisory Group to help Social Services improve income assistance programs and services.
Innovation Saskatchewan has developed a program that brings robotics into classrooms in northern Saskatchewan. RoboX is a program that teaches students digital literacy through building robots and coding.
Today, Deputy Premier and Education Minister Gordon Wyant announced La Ronge as the host community for one of the province’s seven newest Early Years Family Resource Centres. Work will begin immediately to establish a Community Planning Team which will develop programming, select a physical location and hire staff.
Local Family Receives Keys to Habitat for Humanity Home With Support From Governments of Canada and Saskatchewan
The Government of Canada, the Government of Saskatchewan and Habitat for Humanity Prince Albert have partnered to help a Prince Albert family realize their dream of homeownership.
For the tenth consecutive month Saskatchewan has more people working in the province than it did a year ago. New employment figures were out today showing there are 14,300 more people working in Saskatchewan than in May of 2018 (unadjusted). There were 586,100 people employed in May, 2019.
Saskatchewan will provide 100 per cent coverage of Mifegymiso for residents eligible under the Saskatchewan Drug Plan, effective immediately.