Four residents who tested positive for COVID-19 have died. Three of the deceased were residents from the North Central, Regina and South East zones and in the 80+ age group and one resident was from South Central in the 70-79 age group.
The Government of Saskatchewan is introducing a new public awareness campaign to address interpersonal violence and abuse. The campaign is the result of a partnership between the ministries of Justice and Attorney General and Corrections, Policing and Public Safety, along with the Status of Women Office.
The 2020-21 Mid-Year Report released today forecasts a deficit more than $380 million lower than budgeted, and an improving economy.
On Friday, November 27 at 12:01 a.m., winter weight season began for a number of secondary highways in Saskatchewan.
The Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority (FCAA) wants to help Saskatchewan investors be proactive when working with a registered firm and their registered individuals. A successful investing relationship requires all parties to be informed and ask questions.
The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) continues to escalate its response to COVID-19, using the Health System Readiness Plan to guide actions being taken to contain, delay and mitigate the virus. This includes the SHA’s system redeployment plan to identify services that will be slowed to support:
Three residents who tested positive for COVID-19 have died. One in Saskatoon in the 70-79 age group, and two in the 80+ age group in the North West.
The Government of Saskatchewan welcomes the decision by the United States Department of Commerce on its first administrative review of duties imposed on Canadian softwood lumber exports to the United States (US). The review was initially launched in 2017.
With hunting season winding down, hunters are reminded to get their animals tested for chronic wasting disease (CWD).
COVID-19 transmission rates in Saskatchewan continue to increase, resulting in serious illness and deaths, placing provincial health care resources under increasing strain. Additional public health measures are being introduced based on the transmission patterns observed in Saskatchewan, providing further guidance to help reduce COVID-19 case numbers over the coming weeks.