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January 21, 2020

Saskatchewan Receives 'A' For Reducing Red Tape

The province has proclaimed January 20 to 24, as Red Tape Awareness Week.  The week highlights the importance of government ministries, agencies and Crown corporations’ efforts to reduce red tape and modernize regulations in order to help businesses grow and be more successful and to encourage further investment in the province’s economy.

January 16, 2020

Senior Leadership Changes In The Saskatchewan Public Service

Deputy Minister to the Premier Cam Swan today announced changes to senior leadership of the Saskatchewan Public Service.  Effective March 1, 2020, Sarah Harrison has been appointed Deputy Minister of Environment.  Harrison currently serves as Deputy Minister of Conservation and Climate and was previously the Deputy Minister for Sport, Culture and Heritage for the province of Manitoba.

January 15, 2020

Shelter Spaces Still Available During Extreme Cold Snap

With the extreme cold warnings across the province, the Government of Saskatchewan and its community partners want to remind residents of the Cold Weather Strategy to ensure that everyone has a safe and warm place to sleep.

January 15, 2020

Governments Of Canada And Saskatchewan Invest In Saskatchewan

The Governments of Canada and Saskatchewan are working together to deliver more affordable housing solutions for households in greatest need, with a combined investment of more than $1.8 million for six housing projects in six Saskatchewan communities.  This investment includes $675,000 for Haultain Crossing in Regina, Habitat for Humanity’s (Habitat) largest multi-unit family housing development in Saskatchewan.  Upon completion, Haultain Crossing will house a total of 62 Habitat partner families and give each family an opportunity to build a better future.