The Government of Saskatchewan has amended regulations to allow for the ticketing of numerous offences under The Cannabis Control (Saskatchewan) Act. Ticket amounts will range from $200 up to a maximum of $2,250 depending on the offence. Passing of these regulations is another step toward the legalization of cannabis in Canada.
Today, Biggar MLA Randy Weekes on behalf of Social Services Minister Paul Merriman, joined community members, dignitaries and staff from Christian Horizons to celebrate the finished renovations at the Horizon Centre day program in Waldheim.
The Government of Saskatchewan is pleased to announce that more than $21 million worth of highway construction work is underway around our provincial parks.
The 2018-19 student loan year is underway and students can now submit their applications for student financial assistance for academic programs beginning on or after August 1, 2018.
Today, Regina Walsh Acres MLA Warren Steinley on behalf of Social Services Minister Paul Merriman joined community members, dignitaries and group home residents in Regina to celebrate the grand opening of Clare Parker Homes new group home.
The Saskatchewan Highway Patrol now has a new look to accompany its new name and mandate. Two weeks ago, the former Commercial Vehicle Enforcement group was renamed as the Saskatchewan Highway Patrol to reflect its expanded responsibilities.
The Government of Saskatchewan has committed $230,000 to DOT Technology Corporation, to support its project to develop and pilot its autonomous power platform, DOT, for use in the agriculture sector.
As a result of the unpermitted camp set up in Wascana Park, the Canada Day Committee will be moving all activities from the West Lawn to the north side of Wascana Lake on Canada Day. Western Canada’s Strongman Competition, the 21 Gun Salute and the Plywood Cup will remain on the south side of the lake.
According to a new analysis from the University of Regina’s Institute for Energy, Environment and Sustainable Communities, a federal carbon tax could potentially reduce Saskatchewan’s gross domestic product (GDP) by almost $16 billion, with little effect on emissions.
Second Annual HIV Testing Day Recognized in Saskatchewan