Citizens across the province are invited to experience the beauty of fall in a Saskatchewan Provincial Park.
Today, Melfort MLA Kevin Phillips, on behalf of Education Minister Bronwyn Eyre, joined students, dignitaries, representatives from the Horizon School Division, and community members in St. Brieux to celebrate the official opening of the expansion and renovation project at St. Brieux School.
More Than 179,000 Students Returning to School in the Fall: Let's Stay Safe and Keep Our Children Safe
Summer is coming to an end, and students are getting ready to return to school. The Ministry of Education, school divisions, and education professionals, including teachers, support staff and bus drivers, are also preparing to ensure a safe school environment for Saskatchewan’s more than 179,000 students in the 2017-18 school year.
Due to extreme wildfire hazards, the Ministry of Environment has issued a ban on all open fires for provincial Crown land south of the Churchill River system.
Due to extreme wildfire hazards, the Ministry of Environment, in consultation with the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport, has expanded the ban on open fires put in place August 1.
Effective September 5, the Saskatchewan Prescription Drug Plan will provide coverage for the drug Mifegymiso (mifepristone and misoprostol).
Renewal stickers for health cards are being mailed to Saskatchewan residents who currently have provincial health coverage. Provincial health cards expire on December 31, 2017.
Premier Brad Wall today announced a number of changes to the provincial cabinet following the departure from cabinet of five ministers.
The 2017-18 Saskatchewan Budget remains on track at first quarter, with no change in the bottom-line forecast.
Saskatchewan’s Acting Minister Responsible for Trade Dustin Duncan is calling a ruling against the Government of Alberta’s system of beer mark-ups a big win for free trade within Canada.