The City of Saskatoon’s largest-ever bridge-building program is underway. Today, the City of Saskatoon, Government of Saskatchewan and Government of Canada marked the official launch of the North Commuter Parkway and new Traffic Bridge construction project.
Today, Health Minister Dustin Duncan confirmed that the number of new physicians in Saskatchewan continues to rise, with nearly 650 more doctors practising in the province since 2007. This represents a 40 per cent increase in overall physician numbers compared to 2007.
Minister Responsible for Rural and Remote Health Greg Ottenbreit joined community members, business leaders and Five Hills Health Region staff for a ceremony celebrating the new MRI at Moose Jaw’s Dr. F.H. Wigmore Regional Hospital.
Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart will lead a week-long trade mission to India, visiting the cities of Delhi, Jaipur and Mumbai.
The Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan launches the third installment in a series of five planned videos commemorating Saskatchewan’s involvement in the First World War on Thursday, February 11, 2016.
Lieutenant Governor Vaughn Solomon Schofield announced today that the host of TV’s Context, Lorna Dueck, will be the speaker at the Saskatchewan Prayer Breakfast on April 6, 2016.
Saskatchewan NDP Don’t Think Energy Sector Workers are “People”, Refuses to Support Them
The NDP oppose a program that would help get 1200 oilfield workers back to work.
SGI is enhancing convenience for customers with changes to vehicle registration certificates.
Saskatchewan Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services (SDHHS) will receive $385,088 in funding from the Government of Saskatchewan to deliver its Vocational Counselling, Disabilities & Employment Supports program. Established in 2010, the program offers a range of services to both individuals and employers to assist people living with hearing loss.
Today, the Water Security Agency released the preliminary outlook for spring runoff. A below normal runoff is anticipated for most of the province, however it is still early and conditions can change over the remainder of the winter.