Premier Scott Moe is in Washington, D.C. to attend the winter meeting of the National Governors Association (NGA) along with a Council of the Federation (COF) delegation led by COF Chair and New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs, and Ontario Premier Doug Ford.
Saskatchewan’s wholesale trade in December 2018 reflected a 16.3 per cent increase from December 2017—the second highest increase among Canada’s provinces and the highest in Western Canada.
The Government of Canada and the Government of Saskatchewan, through Oxford House Society of Regina, are providing supportive housing for 10 individuals who are recovering from alcohol and/or drug addiction and moving toward full independence.
Family Day in Saskatchewan is on February 18, which for many families is just the beginning of a week of school’s-out activities. There are some great events happening in our province to keep the family busy through the February break.
The Government of Canada and the Government of Saskatchewan, along with the City of Regina and Silver Sage Holdings Ltd. (Silver Sage), officially opened a new six-unit rental housing project for families with complex needs.
The Government of Saskatchewan is providing $2.5 million in capital funding to support 10 addictions beds as part of the Lac La Ronge Indian Band’s Wellness, Health and Recovery Centre project.
A new Community Recovery Team in Moose Jaw is providing more intensive supports for people living with complex, persistent mental health challenges. The Government of Saskatchewan has dedicated $4.2 million in targeted funding to launch a Community Recovery Team in Moose Jaw and seven other communities.
The Government of Saskatchewan today launched an awareness campaign to encourage people to learn the signs of an opioid overdose, know how to respond to one, and be assured that The Good Samaritan Act protects them from being arrested if illegal drugs are present when the police or first responders arrive.
A new Community Recovery Team in Weyburn is providing more intensive supports for people living with complex, persistent mental health challenges. The province has dedicated $4.2 million in targeted funding to support the launch of Community Recovery Teams in Weyburn and seven other Saskatchewan communities.
Sexually Transmitted Infection Awareness Campaign - Protect Yourself From The Symptoms You Can't See
Sexual and Reproductive Health Week runs from February 11-15, 2019 and the Government of Saskatchewan is encouraging people to discuss sexual health as part of routine visits to their health care provider and get tested regularly for sexually transmitted infections (STIs).