Today, Members of the Legislative Assembly voted unanimously to send a strong message calling on Ottawa to halt and repeal the Impact Assessment Act (Bill C-69), which would hurt workers by creating even more regulatory uncertainty and politicization in the Canadian energy sector.
Effective March 15 at 12:01 a.m., any existing winter weights are removed for the entire province and allowable weights return to normal regulation weights.
New mandatory standardized training requirements take effect tomorrow for those wanting a Class 1 commercial licence in Saskatchewan to drive semi trucks.
Five More Communities To Benefit From New Support Program For Preschool Children With Intensive Needs
Today, Deputy Premier and Education Minister Gordon Wyant announced the province’s Early Learning Intensive Support (ELIS) pilot program will be expanding from the two original locations of Regina and Saskatoon to five additional communities. ELIS programs will soon be established in Moose Jaw, North Battleford, Prince Albert, Swift Current and Yorkton.
Today, as part of the semi-annual program, A Day in the Legislative Assembly more than 50 Grade 8 students from Allan and Langham, their teachers and chaperones visited the Legislative Building.
Today, while delivering the Premier’s address at the 2019 Convention of the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities, Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe announced that the Government of Saskatchewan will invest $5 million in the Saskatchewan Conservation and Development Association (SCDA) to help advance the Agricultural Water Management Strategy. This approach will support Saskatchewan producers while addressing impacts on downstream communities, infrastructure and the environment.
Today, while delivering the Premier’s address at the 2019 Convention of the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities, Premier Scott Moe announced an Innovation Challenge to find creative solutions in connecting would-be land users with rural private property owners to access land. The Innovation Challenge stems from proposed changes to The Trespass to Property Act, which would require people to get permission from rural property owners to use their land for hunting, and other recreational activities.
Today, while delivering the Premier’s address at the 2019 Convention of the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities, Premier Scott Moe announced Saskatchewan municipalities, and other eligible groups, will be able to submit potential infrastructure projects for initial consideration under the Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program.
A list of the top 20 baby names for 2018 was released by eHealth Saskatchewan today. Liam was the most popular name for baby boys for the ninth year in a row, and Olivia was the most popular name for baby girls for the second year in a row. The second most popular boy name was Oliver and the second most popular girl name was Emma.
This summer, campers can once again enjoy Saskatchewan’s beautiful provincial parks with convenience and ease. The Camp-Easy program is expanding for the 2019 camping season and will be available in eight parks.