Saskatchewan led the nation in both month-over-month and year-over-year wholesale trade increases according to Statistics Canada.
The Government of Saskatchewan is pleased to announce the 2019-20 Budget includes funding for a new swimming pool for Buffalo Pound Provincial Park.
Families, Indigenous communities and vulnerable Canadians in need of an affordable place to call home can count on long-term funding for community housing in Saskatchewan as a result of an agreement signed today by the federal and provincial governments.
The Saskatchewan Crime Watch Advisory Network is expanding to include central and northern Saskatchewan. The network allows RCMP detachment commanders to send text messages, emails or phone calls to residents with information about criminal activity in their area. Residents can then contact the police with tips related to the advisory.
The Government of Saskatchewan announced today that the province’s 6,500 volunteer firefighters will have easier access to Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) benefits. Volunteer firefighters will have access to the same presumptive coverage as professional firefighters. Expanded presumptive coverage was first introduced for professional firefighters through an amendment to the legislation introduced this past December, which includes six additional cancers – prostate, skin, breast, cervical and ovarian cancer as well as multiple myeloma.
Iain MacKenzie, a Grade 6 student at Regina Christian School knows why immunizations are important.
The Ministry of Environment today released the State of the Environment 2019: A Focus on Forests. It is the second comprehensive assessment of Saskatchewan’s provincial forests and stands as the province’s 2019 State of the Environment Report.
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2019 Canada’s Premiers’ Council of the Federation Literacy Award (COFLA). Saskatchewan recognizes literacy champions by focusing on a different category every two years, rotating the award with literacy learners, literacy volunteers and literacy leaders. In 2019, Saskatchewan will honour a family literacy volunteer.
Government of Saskatchewan Partnering With Natural Resources Canada To Help Producers Manage Climate Change
Today, the Government of Saskatchewan, in partnership with Natural Resources Canada and the Saskatchewan Water Security Agency (WSA), announced $1.3 million in funding and in-kind support to help Saskatchewan producers and communities successfully manage the impacts of climate change.
New Indigenous language courses will expand learning opportunities for high school students in Saskatchewan. Courses in Dene, Nakawe and Michif at the 10, 20 and 30 level will be available for the 2019-20 school year.