Saskatchewan residents will soon benefit from lower prices on generic drugs. A new national generic drug initiative will result in $6 million in savings in the first year and up to $50 million in savings over the next five years for the Saskatchewan Drug Plan.
Today, Saskatchewan’s agri-food industry celebrated the grand opening of the new Agri-Food Innovation Centre (AFIC), a 43,000-square foot facility that will diversify the Saskatchewan Food Industry Development Centre’s (Food Centre) capacity to develop and process products from concept to commercialization.
The Government of Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association (SPRA) are excited to announce the first ever Framework for Recreation in Canada Forum.
Today Federal Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Lawrence MacAulay and Saskatchewan Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart announced $6.3 million in funding for 24 livestock and forage-related research projects through Saskatchewan’s Agriculture Development Fund (ADF).
Today, Premier Brad Wall will attend his last cabinet meeting and government caucus meeting.
Saskatchewan’s unique “patent box” incentive, introduced in 2017 and designed to position the province as an attractive location for the development and launch of innovative products, has secured its first successful investment.
Social Services Minister Paul Merriman, joined community members, dignitaries and group home residents in Saskatoon to celebrate the grand opening of LutherCare Communities’ new Lutheran Sunset Home.
The Governments of Canada and Saskatchewan announced the official opening of a brand-new Habitat for Humanity home in the community of Duck Lake. This home marks another significant investment that strengthens communities and improves access to housing across the province.
The Government of Saskatchewan has proclaimed the week of January 22-26 as Red Tape Awareness Week in the province. The week highlights the importance of regulatory modernization and the provincial government’s ongoing effort to reduce red tape for Saskatchewan businesses and consumers.
Saskatchewan recorded the strongest manufacturing sales growth in western Canada, with an increase of 13.5 per cent compared to the previous year (seasonally adjusted). This was the second highest percentage growth among the provinces and stronger than a national increase of 6.0 per cent.