Second Annual HIV Testing Day Recognized in Saskatchewan
The Government of Canada and the Province of Saskatchewan are working in partnership to improve housing options for victims of domestic violence. With a combined investment of more than $4.2 million through the Shelter Enhancement Program (SEP), funding will support 14 projects in nine Saskatchewan communities:
Today, the Royal Saskatchewan Museum (RSM) is celebrating the 25th Anniversary of its First Nations Gallery which opened on June 26, 1993. A groundbreaking achievement at the time, it launched a new era of showcasing Indigenous culture in the museum.
The use of technology to help tackle the issue of rural crime was highlighted today, as the Minister Responsible for Innovation Saskatchewan Tina Beaudry-Mellor unveiled BeeSecure—a new tracking device and app that can help locate stolen property or alert owners about irregular activity.
The Provincial Capital Commission, Tourism Regina and other partner organizations today unveiled a new tourism kiosk at Wascana Place, that will provide in-depth information to visitors about Wascana Centre and other Regina attractions and events.
The Government of Canada and the Province of Saskatchewan, along with the City of Saskatoon and Quint Development Corporation (Quint), officially opened a new 26-unit rental housing project for individuals and families who have complex needs and are unable to secure and maintain housing without supports.
The Government of Saskatchewan continues to take action on climate change with the addition of a new environmental certification for the Conexus Arts Centre building.
Saskatchewan Youth Apprenticeship Scholarships Awarded to 100 High School Students Across the Province
Saskatchewan Youth Apprenticeship (SYA) Industry Scholarships have been awarded to 100 graduating high school students in 72 communities across the province this year. The $1,000 scholarships are awarded to students who’ve completed the SYA Program, a program overseen by the Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission (SATCC) that exposes students to opportunities in the skilled trades.
The Government of Saskatchewan is pleased to announce that the pilot program, allowing trucks to increase the weight on wide-base single tires has been extended for one more year. In addition, it has been expanded to all paved National Highway Systems in the province.
Former Chief of the Saskatoon Police Service Clive Weighill has released his external review and recommendations for the Office of the Chief Coroner.