Improvements to Saskatchewan’s access and privacy legislation will come into effect with the start of the new year.
The latest annual Fraser Institute survey of doctors suggests Saskatchewan patients are receiving elective health services sooner than patients in most other provinces.
More Accountable Care Units are Serving Patients in Regina and Saskatoon
The Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority of Saskatchewan (FCAA) has changed its start-up crowdfunding exemption to allow businesses in Saskatchewan and Alberta to raise funds from investors residing in those provinces.
Residents with provincial health coverage who have not received their health card renewal stickers in the mail are encouraged to contact eHealth Saskatchewan (eHealth) as soon as possible. Most health cards expire on December 31, 2017.
In 1913, a young immigrant, his name was John, who was a husband and father of three, left behind the oppression of his country forever. He also left behind his family, for what he knew might be an extended period of time.
New Legislation Will Support Survivors of Interpersonal Violence
Regulations Are Next Step Toward Equivalency Agreement With The Federal Government
The Government of Saskatchewan announced today that vehicles displaying Alberta licence plates will no longer be allowed on job sites for Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure’s new projects.
As Canadians mark the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women today, the Government of Saskatchewan remains committed to finding effective solutions to reduce interpersonal violence and abuse.