Saskatchewan posted strong employment growth numbers in November, especially when compared to the rest of the country.
In Canada, December 6 has been designated as the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women to commemorate the deaths of 14 female engineering students killed at Montreal’s l'École Polytechnique in 1989. This year marks the 26th anniversary of this tragic event.
With the recent mild temperatures in Saskatchewan, the Ministry of Environment is reminding people to make sure there is sufficient ice for your safety if you plan on going onto the ice for ice fishing or other activities.
India has a dynamic and growing nuclear energy industry, and uranium from Saskatchewan is now officially part of the electricity generation mix for that country.
Saskatchewan’s December sale of petroleum and natural gas rights raised $10.9 million in revenue for the province at an average price of $685 per hectare, bringing the calendar year total for 2015 in land sale revenues to $56.5 million.
In honour of International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Social Services Minister Donna Harpauer today announced the priority areas that government will focus on as it begins work on Saskatchewan’s Disability Strategy.
Starting December 15, the Ministry of Environment will offer wolf hunting opportunities in wildlife management zones (WMZ) 49 and 53 to help reduce wolf populations in these agricultural areas.
The provincial government has affirmed its commitment to significantly reduce wait times in hospital emergency departments, establishing a new target of a 60 per cent reduction in wait times by 2019.
The Recreation Vehicle Service Technician (RVST) is now a designated, apprenticeable trade in Saskatchewan, according to the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC).
Business for the Arts, Canada’s only national charitable organization of business members who support the arts, announced today the fifth cycle of its successful artsVest™ program in Saskatchewan.