Construction of the Regina Bypass continues on time and on budget with the assistance of Saskatchewan companies. At least 22 local companies are now playing significant roles in the massive transportation infrastructure project and that number will increase as construction picks up on the other areas of the project in the coming months.
Shipments Nearly Doubled in a Decade
With a strong and diversified economy and a business-friendly environment, Saskatchewan continues to welcome new investment at a time when there are global economic challenges.
A technology firm with offices in Saskatoon plans to expand their Saskatchewan workforce by 300 jobs in the next three years.
InterWest Mechanical Ltd., a Saskatoon-based business, is the 100th Saskatchewan business to work on one of the provincial government’s four public-private partnerships (P3) infrastructure projects.
Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority of Saskatchewan (FCAA) wants to remind consumers that borrowing money from a payday loan lender is costly.
Each year since 1975, March 8 has been designated by the United Nations as International Women’s Day. This day is an opportunity to recognize Saskatchewan women and girls who are leaders and role models in their communities. Resilience: The Strength of Women Living with Disability is Saskatchewan’s theme for this year’s International Women’s Day.
The Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority of Saskatchewan (FCAA) issued two temporary cease trade orders on March 1, 2016, against LBinary and Chelestra Limited, and Options Rider and Option One (Aust) Pty Ltd. The orders expire on March 14, 2016, and may be extended as necessary.
An additional Police-based Victim Services position is being created in La Loche to address the immediate need for additional victims services in the community. The Ministry of Justice is providing annual funding of nearly $60,000 plus administrative expenses, to North Sask Victim Services Inc. for this new position.
Over the next several weeks, millions of Canadians will prepare and file their income tax forms for the 2015 taxation year. The good news if you’re living in Saskatchewan is a number of provincial tax credits are available that can help keep your taxes low.