Through its GeoMemorial Commemorative Naming Program, the Government of Saskatchewan is recognizing the sacrifices of three First and Second World War soldiers who paid the ultimate price for their province and country.
The Governments of Canada and Saskatchewan, along with the City of Saskatoon and Ehrenburg Homes, today announced the completion of a 26-unit rental housing development in Saskatoon.
The Governments of Canada and Saskatchewan, along with the City of Weyburn and C. Anderson Holdings Inc., today celebrated the official opening of eight rental units of the South Pointe rental project in Weyburn.
Supporting Saskatchewan’s vibrant past, the Government of Saskatchewan is investing $143,000 in heritage conservation projects across the province. Awarded through the Saskatchewan Heritage Foundation, the investment has been distributed to 14 projects in 11 rural municipalities within the province.
Residents of the Lloydminster area will soon benefit from an innovative group home for individuals with intellectual disabilities. Operated by The Bea Fisher Centre and located at 4820-47 Street, the four-plex will provide group living supports for four individuals and will have two individual supported living suites.
The new Regina-area Martha Cachene’s Home for Youth celebrated its grand opening today. The home, which is operated by 4 Directions Child and Family Services Inc. will provide a safe, warm and caring environment for up to six young people in care.
The Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure has installed three web-based cameras at Sandy Bay Airport in northeastern Saskatchewan. Similar to highway cameras located across the province, visual information taken by the Sandy Bay Airport webcams offer views of the approaches to the runway, which allows pilots the opportunity to assess for potential weather-related hazards.
New Pilot Program Allows Saskatchewan Residents to View their Personal Health Care Information Online
eHealth Saskatchewan (eHealth) is piloting a new program that allows a group of residents from across the province to view their personal health information online through a secure website.
The Government of Saskatchewan has proclaimed February 15 – 21, 2016, as Approved Private Service Home (APSH) Week to recognize approved private home service providers and families who support and care for residents with cognitive, mental health or physical disabilities.
Four Habitat for Humanity (Habitat) partner families in Regina will soon open doors to their new homes and a brighter future, thanks to $260,000 in funding from the Province through the Saskatchewan Housing Corporation (SHC), and $127,000 was contributed toward the land through SHC’s Summit Action Fund.