Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority of Saskatchewan (FCAA) reminds Saskatchewan homeowners to review their insurance policy coverage so they are not caught off guard if a winter-related disaster strikes their home.
Summer is park season in Saskatchewan and avid campers will be able to book their provincial park campsites beginning Monday, April 11. The campsite reservation launch, which typically happens in March, has been moved to April for 2016 to avoid overlap with the upcoming provincial election.
The Government of Saskatchewan has proclaimed January 27, Family Literacy Day. Family Literacy Day is celebrated across Canada to encourage families to strengthen their literacy skills together.
The Government of Canada and the Province of Saskatchewan, along with the City of Saskatoon and the Saskatoon Housing Coalition, announced a new rental housing project in Saskatoon. The project consists of 20 studio-style units for at-risk individuals who are unable to find or maintain secure housing without support services.
The Advisory Committee on Francophone Affairs has provided the Government of Saskatchewan with a report on francophone immigration.
The Ministry of Central Services has received its first-ever LEED® Gold certification under the prestigious Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating system, administered by the Canada Green Building Council, for the Tamarack building at the Pine Grove Correctional facility.
Today the federal and provincial governments announced more than $7.8 million in funding for 26 livestock and forage research projects. This record livestock and forage-related investment through the Agriculture Development Fund (ADF) includes the renewal of five year core funding for the Prairie Swine Centre and the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization.
The importance of regulatory modernization was highlighted today, as the Government of Saskatchewan and the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) proclaimed January 18 to 22, as Red Tape Awareness Week in the province. This week provides the opportunity to highlight the province’s efforts to reduce the regulatory burden for Saskatchewan businesses and consumers.
Today, Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart committed more than $1.5 million to six projects geared at advancing one of the most important crops in Saskatchewan. The investment is part of the province’s $5 million commitment to support wheat research and development projects through the Canadian Wheat Alliance (CWA).
Today the federal and provincial governments announced $7 million for crop-related research through the Saskatchewan Agriculture Development Fund (ADF). The funding extends to 40 research projects.