Drivers Encouraged To Help Bring That Number Even Lower In 2020
The Government of Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Literacy Network are partnering to proclaim January 27 as Family Literacy Day in Saskatchewan and January 26 to February 1, 2020 as Family Literacy Week. This year’s theme is Take 20 in 2020, a reminder to take 20 minutes every day to make learning together a part of every family’s daily routine.
Come on out and support local artist Brandie Rae Perkins’s new art exhibition at Government House!
Province Introduces The First Electronic Pipeline Registry In Canada
Environment Minister Dustin Duncan released a new Solid Waste Management Strategy for the province today. This strategy is a starting point to providing a practical and sustainable solid waste management system to achieve specific goals over the next 20 years.
Following Their Voices Improves Graduation Rates And Credit Attainment For First Nations, Métis and Inuit Students
Over the past five years, the Following Their Voices initiative has been successful in improving First Nations, Métis and Inuit student credit attainment and grad rates. The Government of Saskatchewan is encouraged by the positive results it is seeing at the 34 Saskatchewan schools that are participating in initiative.
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.
Four adults with intellectual disabilities will have a new place to call home thanks to Clare Parker Homes and the Government of Saskatchewan.
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.
To meet the needs of a growing province, the Government of Saskatchewan is encouraging residents to consider the idea of operating a licensed child care business right in their own home.