Saskatchewan residents aged 18 and above are invited to nominate a community organization that has demonstrated outstanding leadership in community literacy service for the 2016 Council of the Federation Literacy Award.
Our Stories: Artifacts Tell All! is a new feature exhibit opening at Government House in Regina this afternoon to celebrate Government House’s 125th anniversary.
To help keep the province’s waterbodies free of zebra and quagga mussels, the Government of Saskatchewan is proclaiming May 8 to 14 Aquatic Invasive Species Awareness Week to emphasize the need for diligence when it comes to this critical issue.
The Government of Saskatchewan is pleased to proclaim May 9 to 15, Women Entrepreneurs Week in Saskatchewan. The week provides an opportunity to recognize and celebrate the successes of women entrepreneurs in Saskatchewan and their contributions to the province’s economy.
Decisions behind the wheel can lead to a lifetime of consequences. That’s the message SGI and the Gordon Tootoosis Nikaniwin Theatre (GTNT) are demonstrating firsthand this spring with a live performance aimed at youth in high schools across the province.
Today is Europe Day around the world and the Saskatchewan government is recognizing a special milestone that comes with that May 9 celebration.
Consumers are advised to be cautious when it comes to unsolicited contract work for driveways. If a contractor comes to your door with an unsolicited offer to pave, patch or apply a protective treatment to your driveway, ask for a direct seller’s license number.
Donors, healthcare providers, health authority board members and community members today celebrated the new, more advanced computed tomography (CT) scanner at the Yorkton Regional Health Centre. Clients are receiving faster, more detailed scans since the new machine went into service in early April.
Health officials are advising people to take precautions as smoke from forest fires in Alberta is spreading across Saskatchewan, resulting in poor air quality. People with lung and heart conditions, older adults and seniors are particularly at risk.
Premier Brad Wall today announced a donation of $250,000 would be made on behalf of the people of Saskatchewan to the Red Cross in Alberta. The donation will be used to support those displaced by the Fort McMurray wildfires.