The contributions of fifteen Saskatchewan lawyers have been recognized with the honourary Queen’s Counsel (Q.C.) designation.
Saskatchewan highways will soon be a little more colourful. Beginning Monday, December 21, blue and amber flashing lights will be activated on all Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure snow removal equipment during regular winter maintenance activities.
The Saskatchewan Government today released the value for money (VFM) report for the publicly owned new Saskatchewan Hospital North Battleford project, which was prepared by Ernst & Young (EY). The independent financial experts confirm the P3 model will save taxpayers $90 million, or 18 per cent, compared to a traditional model. These savings include P3-related costs, such as private financing.
The Government of Saskatchewan is taking action to ensure the safety of Prince Albert communities and families through the Municipal Police Grants. This provincial contribution of $2 million will fund 19 Prince Albert Police Service positions in 2015-16.
As the 2015-16 hunting season winds down, the Ministry of Environment is reminding hunters that free chronic wasting disease (CWD) testing is available for harvested deer, elk and moose.
Saskatchewan continues to have one of the strongest population growth rates in all of Canada.
The Government of Saskatchewan and the Courts of Saskatchewan are pleased to announce the historic Moose Jaw Court House is once again serving the people of Moose Jaw and surrounding area.
Though it feels as though winter has barely arrived, the Saskatchewan provincial park system is already gearing up for the 2016 season with the launch of the seasonal camping program.
The Saskatchewan Government released the value for money report for the publicly-owned Joint-Use Schools Project, which was prepared by KPMG. The independent financial experts confirm the P3 model will save taxpayers $100 million, or 13 per cent, compared to a traditional model. These savings include P3-related costs, such as private financing.
Today, four new recipients of the Premier’s Service Club Award were announced, representing volunteer community organizations from Humboldt, Leader, Meadow Lake and Swift Current.