The April sale of Saskatchewan’s petroleum and natural gas rights raised $3.1 million for the province, bringing the calendar year’s total so far to $8.1 million.
Public Safety Telecommunicators Week Honours Saskatchewan's 911 Operators and Emergency Service Dispatchers
The Government of Saskatchewan is proud to proclaim April 10 to 16 as Public Safety Telecommunicators Week to recognize the contribution 911 operators and emergency service dispatchers provide to the province.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank Mr. Broten for his public service and his significant contribution as an MLA and the Leader of the Her Majesty's Official Opposition.
The Saskatchewan Library Association (SLA) is pleased to announce Catherine Hana as the recipient of the 2016 Maureen Woods Education Bursary.
Saskatchewan will soon have a new provincial emblem – the provincial fossil. Citizens across the province are invited to cast their vote by visiting the Royal Saskatchewan Museum (RSM) website.
The Government of Saskatchewan is proud to sponsor the first-ever First Nations Provincial Spelling Bee taking place Friday, April 8 in North Battleford’s Don Ross Centre.
The Government of Saskatchewan joins the Canadian Wildlife Federation to recognize April 10 to 16 as National Wildlife Week.
Today Lieutenant Governor Vaughn Solomon Schofield announced the names of ten residents who will be honoured with the 2015 Saskatchewan Volunteer Medal later this month.
The Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport will be launching its campsite reservation system for the 2016 summer season on Monday, April 11. This will be a staggered launch, with different parks opening for reservations over a ten day period.
On March 21, 2016, Olysky Limited Partnership, operating as Big Sky Farms, received a fine of $98,000 for a violation of occupational health and safety legislation in Humboldt Provincial Court.