There are now more opportunities to pass safely on Saskatchewan highways.
In celebration of Saskatchewan Parks Week from July 14 to 20, 2019, a variety of activities, events and contests are taking place all week long.
More than 400 kilometres of seal coating are planned or under way in Saskatchewan this summer.
Saskatchewan residents are now able to check out the water quality at their local beaches before making the trek to the shore. Starting this week, the Ministry of Health will begin publicly posting the results of the Healthy Beach Monitoring Program, which collects data to monitor and identify trends in water quality and beach safety.
Saskatchewan’s Crown sector posted another successful year in 2018-19. Working towards Crown sector and government priorities with a focus on partnerships and collaboration, the sector recorded earnings of just over half-a-billion dollars and provided a 25 per cent increase in dividends to the province.
Financial stability. Those two words sum up the story told by the 2018-2019 financial and operational highlights for both the Saskatchewan Auto Fund and SGI CANADA, which were tabled in the provincial legislature today.
Saskatchewan Opportunities Corporation (SOCO) released its 2018-19 annual report today, highlighting the core clusters and tenant activities that contribute to the province’s growing technology sector.
Premiers And National Indigenous Leaders' Annual Meeting Is Co-Hosted By Premier Scott Moe and Chief Bruce Morin At Big River First Nation
Canada’s Premiers will meet with National Indigenous Leaders on July 9 at the Sergeant Darby Morin Centre in Big River First Nation.
Today, SaskTel reported 2018-19 net income of $127.4 million and operating revenues of $1,279.6 million for the year ending March 31, 2019*. SaskTel’s strong net income is a result of increased wireless adoption, a resurgence in internet growth as customers opt for services delivered over SaskTel’s fibre network, and growth in the managed and emerging services portfolio. The economic environment, regional wireless pricing, changing consumer behavior, increasing competition, and revenue declines from legacy wireline services continue to be challenges impacting SaskTel’s overall growth.
With angling season underway, the Government of Saskatchewan would like to remind anglers of provincial resource laws related to fishing to help ensure that anglers do not mistakenly violate The Outfitter and Guide Regulations.