Patients now have the option to choose to directly pay a private facility for a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scan in Saskatchewan. Facilities that conduct a private MRI scan must also provide a second scan at no charge to an individual who is on the public waiting list.
Craft beer lovers now have more options when it comes to filling their growlers. That’s because off-sale outlets, franchises, private stores and Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority (SLGA) stores are now eligible to provide growler fills of craft beer.
As the Kinsmen Foundation prepares for the milestone 40th airing of Telemiracle, the foundation is taking steps to preserve all known footage from the first 39 years of Telemiracle.
The Government of Saskatchewan has proclaimed March as Rural Women’s Month.
Saskatchewan Community Groups and Organizations Benefit from $1.6 Million in Government Charitable Gaming Grants
The Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority (SLGA) is providing approximately $1.6 million to more than 700 groups and organizations in the province licensed to conduct charitable gaming.
Finance Minister Kevin Doherty today said provincial revenues took a big hit in 2015-16 because of the dramatic drop in oil prices but global economic recovery over the next few years coupled with Saskatchewan’s strong economic fundamentals means the province’s finances are expected to improve. Doherty released the 2015-16 Budget Update and Four Year Forecast today.
Today Education Minister Don Morgan joined students, teachers, members of the community and representatives from Regina Public Schools to celebrate the start of construction of École Connaught Community School. The government will contribute $22 million toward the project.
Construction on the new Saskatchewan Hospital North Battleford project is on track for completion by spring 2018 and is proceeding within budget. Construction, which continued through the winter months, has now included bulk excavation, formwork, concrete work and backfilling.
A public inquest into the death of Gerald Lord has been scheduled for March 7 - 11, 2016, at the Regina Court of Queen’s Bench.
Graeme G. Mitchell, Q.C. has been appointed as the Vice-Chair of the Saskatchewan Labour Relations Board replacing Judge Steven Schiefner who was appointed to the Provincial Court of Saskatchewan on November 13, 2015.