On November 14, 2019 the Teachers’ Bargaining Committee submitted a request for the establishment of a conciliation board to assist the Teachers’ Bargaining Committee and the Government Trustee Bargaining Committee in reaching a Provincial Collective Bargaining Agreement.
We all know dogs love bones, and the Regina Pats beloved mascot is no exception. K-9 will visit his good friends, Munchie and Tini at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum (RSM) and see some of the largest bones ever dug up when he’s introduced to Scotty, the world’s largest T.rex.
Today, December 6, is the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women in Canada. It is also the 30th anniversary of the deaths of 14 female engineering students who were targeted and killed in 1989 at Montreal’s Ecolé Polytechnique because they were women.
The Government of Saskatchewan will begin implementing mandatory early family dispute resolution in separation and divorce proceedings in the new year, starting with Prince Albert on January 1.
Saskatchewan’s December oil and gas public offering held on Tuesday generated $3.4 million in revenue for the province. This brings the 2019-20 fiscal year total to $15.2 million with one sale remaining, and brings the final 2019 calendar year total to $25.4 million.
Ahead of the end of the fall sitting of the legislative session, Premier Scott Moe highlighted the government’s plan for the next decade of growth in Saskatchewan.
Government of Saskatchewan has approved photo speed enforcement (PSE) for the intersection of Highway 41 and Highway 2 at Wakaw.
The Ministry of Corrections and Policing is working with Regina Public Schools to support at-risk youth.
Province Benefits From Largest Transportation Infrastructure Project In Saskatchewan's History
The second annual Age-Friendly Community Recognition Award has been presented to the City of Saskatoon for its commitment to providing age-friendly physical and social environments that help seniors age actively.