Heads of diplomatic mission and senior representatives from 20 countries are travelling to Saskatchewan October 24-26, as the province looks to expand its vital export trade relationships as part of the Mission to Saskatchewan.
The public is invited to an outdoor ceremony on October 25 when Lieutenant Governor Vaughn Solomon Schofield will formally open the Second Session of the Twenty-Eighth Legislature with the Speech from the Throne at the Saskatchewan Legislature.
An independent, expert analysis confirms the Diefenbaker Bridge can safely handle the traffic that uses it and will last well into the future with proper maintenance.
The Governments of Canada and Saskatchewan are working with Habitat for Humanity and its partners by helping Saskatchewan people in greatest housing need and strengthening communities.
Today students, staff, families and community members joined the Government of Saskatchewan and Regina Public Schools to officially open École Connaught Community School in Regina. The Government of Saskatchewan contributed $21 million toward the project.
The publicly-funded influenza (flu) vaccine will be offered in Saskatchewan beginning October 23 through public health clinics, some physician and Nurse Practitioner offices, and participating pharmacies.
The Government of Saskatchewan is requesting public feedback on a recycling program for household hazardous waste in Saskatchewan. The online survey has been launched this week during Waste Reduction Week, which was proclaimed by Environment Minister Dustin Duncan.
The Ministry of Environment, in consultation with the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport, has issued a ban on all open fires for provincial Crown land and for provincial parks and recreation sites south of Highway 16 to the U.S. border, due to dry conditions.
Today, students and staff in Saskatoon’s Evergreen community joined Education Minister Bronwyn Eyre and Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools to officially open St. Nicholas Catholic School.
A Habitat for Humanity partner family became first-time homeowners today after receiving a key to their new house at a dedication ceremony held in Nipawin. This opportunity was made possible through $65,000 in funding support from the province, through Saskatchewan Housing Corporation, and land provided by the Town of Nipawin.