Saskatchewan residents are benefitting from improved access to physicians with the addition of more than 500 new doctors since 2007.
In September 2015, Saskatchewan’s unemployment rate was 5.1 per cent (seasonally adjusted), marking two consecutive years the province has had the lowest unemployment rate among the provinces. The national unemployment rate in September stood at 7.1 per cent.
The Government of Saskatchewan is taking action to ensure the safety and security of staff, the public and offenders at the Prince Albert Correctional Centre by opening a new 144 bed expansion.
Government has approved a number of recommendations put forward by Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) for changes to its auto injury coverage programs.
Today, the Ministry of Agriculture announced the results of the farmland ownership consultations, held from May until August.
Premier Brad Wall is applauding today’s announcement from Atlanta of an agreement, and Canada’s participation in the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP), one of the most ambitious free trade agreements in history.
The Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure is releasing its fall tender plan, announcing more than $174 million of highway work for the 2016 construction season.
Today Finance Minister Kevin Doherty, on behalf of Education Minister Don Morgan, joined representatives from the Regina Catholic School Division, Elders, students, teachers and members of the community to celebrate the start of construction on the new Sacred Heart Community School. The Government of Saskatchewan is contributing approximately $27 million toward the project.