News

February 21, 2020

Coroner Raises Public Safety Concern

The Saskatchewan Coroners Service is urging the public to be aware of the danger of illicit or street drugs following two deaths in Regina.

February 20, 2020

Remote Recreation Lease Fees Frozen For Five Years

Environment Minister Dustin Duncan announced today at the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation convention in Weyburn that annual lease fees for remote recreation properties on Crown land will be frozen at $888, with a review to be conducted in five years.

February 20, 2020

Saskatchewan Releases New Aquatic Invasive Species Strategy

Today, Environment Minister Dustin Duncan introduced the Government of Saskatchewan’s new Aquatic Invasive Species Strategy during an address to the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation’s (SWF) annual convention in Weyburn.  The new framework is designed to help the province prevent, address and manage aquatic invasive species (AIS) threats.

February 18, 2020

Criminal Record Checks Required For Name Change

Saskatchewan will now require a criminal record check for someone requesting a name change, and is the first province that may reject a request for a name change because of certain criminal offences.

February 14, 2020

Celebrate Indigenous Storytelling Month At The RSM

At the Royal Saskatchewan Museum (RSM) and across the province, it is Indigenous Storytelling Month – a wonderful time to step out of the cold and immerse yourself in magical storytelling and other fun and engaging activities.