NDP’s move would cost over 1,000 jobs in Saskatchewan alone
National Immunization Awareness Week is April 23 - 30
The Provincial Skills Competition Brings Together More Than 500 Secondary and Post-secondary Students and Apprentices from Across the Province
The Ministry of Justice and the Law Society of Saskatchewan have launched an online survey to gather public feedback on the way legal services are provided in the province.
Citizens of Saskatchewan are invited to vote for the fossil they believe best represents Saskatchewan as the next official provincial emblem. The seven provincial fossil candidates all have interesting features and were discovered in communities across the province. Voting may be done online or at the RSM until April 25, 2016.
Premier Brad Wall today announced that the first session of the newly-elected Legislative Assembly will begin on Tuesday, May 17 with the election of the Speaker in the morning followed by the Throne Speech that afternoon.
The Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership (STEP) turns 20 this year and is celebrating an exceptional track record of helping make our province an even stronger force in international trade.
Saskatchewan residents are reminded to take precautions against hantavirus, as the weather continues to warm up and they resume seasonal activities.
Tonight Education Minister Don Morgan will join students, teachers, members of the community and representatives from Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools to recognize École St. Matthew School’s 50th anniversary while also celebrating the recent expansion and renovation of the school. The Government of Saskatchewan has committed more than $14 million toward this project.
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.