Today, the Government of Saskatchewan launched a constitutional reference case in the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal to challenge the federal government’s ability to impose a carbon tax on the province.
The Government of Saskatchewan’s program for survivors of sexual violence, The Listen Project, is now open to the public.
Today, Energy and Resources Minister Bronwyn Eyre introduced Bill 126, The Energy Export Act, for first reading in the Saskatchewan Legislature.
Investments Have Led to the Signing of Three Donor Physicians with Work Underway to Recruit Registered Nurse Donor Co-ordinators
The Government of Canada, the Government of Saskatchewan and Meadow Lake Tribal Council are working together to rebuild Waskoosis Safe Shelter (Waskoosis), a six-bedroom facility, to ensure the safety and security of women and children fleeing domestic violence.
The Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority (SLGA) is now accepting applications for wholesale cannabis permits as well as licensed producer registrations.
Today, Trade and Export Development Minister Jeremy Harrison introduced Bill 125, The Saskatchewan Value-Added Agriculture Incentive, for first reading in the Saskatchewan Legislature.
Today, the Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) was recognized for its sustainability performance, ranking first on the Corporate Knights Future 40 Responsible Corporate Leaders listing. This is the fifth consecutive year that SRC has been recognized for its positive impacts and responsible practices by Corporate Knights.
More Saskatchewan Residents Eligible for Training and Free Take Home Naloxone Kits
The Government of Saskatchewan has now allocated nearly 600 of the 1,015 licensed child care centre spaces committed to through the Canada-Saskatchewan Early Learning Child Care Agreement. Signed earlier this year, the agreement provides Saskatchewan with nearly $41 million to improve early learning and child care over three years, including 1,500 licensed group and family child care home spaces.