All Saskatchewan school divisions have now released their plans for a safe return to school. School divisions were required to develop detailed plans that meet provincial guidelines and the eight components for a safe return to school, as laid out in Saskatchewan’s Safe Schools plan.
There are eight new cases of COVID-19 to report in Saskatchewan on August 5, bringing the total to 1,376 cases.
The Water Security Agency (WSA) will be expanding the Emergency Flood Damage Reduction Program (EFDRP) by $2 million this year to help Saskatchewan communities and residents respond to the challenge of widespread flooding.
Innovation Saskatchewan is providing $50,000 to help women entrepreneurs flourish in the province’s technology sector. This funding is consistent with the final report and recommendations (https://wesk.ca/press-releases/saskatchewan-advisory-committee-releases-final-report) of the Women Entrepreneurs of Saskatchewan’s Advisory Committee on the Gender Entrepreneurship Gap.
The Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan is pleased to announce the Public Reading Room is re-opening on August 10 at their new location, 2440 Broad Street in Regina.
The Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) is dedicated to strengthening Saskatchewan’s economy with quality jobs and a secure environment.
Saskatchewan’s 27 school divisions have plans in place for the safe return of students and staff to the classroom in September.
New COVID-19 maps are being launched today to provide more detailed information on the location of cases across Saskatchewan.
Charitable Gaming Grants Provide Approximately $3 Million to More Than 1,500 Groups and Organizations
Groups and organizations that conduct charitable gaming fundraisers in Saskatchewan have received approximately $3 million through the province’s charitable gaming grant program during the past six months.
Investor Alert – Elite Trading International And Its Representative Benjamin Mills Not Registered in Saskatchewan
The Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority of Saskatchewan (FCAA) is aware that Elite Trading International through its representative, Benjamin Mills, has contacted a resident of Saskatchewan in an attempt to solicit investments. Elite Trading International claims to be based in Singapore and uses the website www.elitetradingint.com to trade in commodities and Foreign Exchange currency (Forex).