A renewed lottery agreement guarantees eligible sport, culture and recreation organizations will continue to receive and benefit from Saskatchewan Lottery proceeds for the next five years.
Innovation Saskatchewan has started accepting applications for the Made in Saskatchewan Technology (MIST) Program. The program is designed to find solutions from Saskatchewan technology-based companies whose products may improve public service delivery in government.
Deputy Premier and Education Minister Gordon Wyant has proclaimed January 27, 2019, as Family Literacy Day in Saskatchewan. Family Literacy Day raises awareness of the importance of reading and engaging in literacy-related activities as a family.
Two Missouri hunters found guilty in one of that state’s largest deer poaching cases are facing charges in Saskatchewan.
The Government of Canada, the Government of Saskatchewan and Habitat for Humanity (Habitat) have partnered to help two families realize their dreams of homeownership in Prince Albert.
The Ministry of Justice and Attorney General is making changes to fees for services provided by the Court of Appeal, Court of Queen’s Bench, and the Sheriffs’ Office.
Today in La Loche, Premier Scott Moe announced that the Government of Saskatchewan will partner with La Loche-based Methy Construction and Maintenance on a $3 million project to develop new staff housing in the community. These 12 units will be available to health and educational professionals to live and work in La Loche.
Saskatchewan Enacts Regulations With Goal to Reduce Methane Emissions By 4.5 Million Tonnes Annually
The Government of Saskatchewan has released regulations with the goal of reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from venting and flaring in the province’s upstream oil and gas sector by 4.5 million tonnes per year by 2025.
According to reports released by Statistics Canada today, Saskatchewan had strong manufacturing and wholesale trade sales in November 2018, both year-over-year and month-to-month.
Saskatchewan’s efforts to reduce red tape and modernize regulations in the province received the highest ‘A’ grade ranking by the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) in their 2019 national Red Tape Report Card. The new grade was announced today at an event where the Government of Saskatchewan proclaimed January 21 to 25 as Red Tape Awareness Week, the 10th anniversary of this event.