Nature meets comfort in a brand new, Mongolian-style yurt located at Anglin Lake in Great Blue Heron Provincial Park.
More than $29 million worth of construction work on more than 100 kilometres (km) of southeastern Saskatchewan highways is set to take place this week.
The average price per hectare in Saskatchewan is currently $725, the highest when compared to public offerings held to date in Alberta and British Columbia.
Today, Ralph Goodale, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, on behalf of Jean-Yves Duclos, Minister of Families, Children and Social Development and Minister Responsible for Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), and Member of the Legislative Assembly for Saskatchewan Rivers Nadine Wilson, on behalf of Social Services Minister and Minister Responsible for Saskatchewan Housing Corporation (SHC) Paul Merriman, announced that both levels of government will contribute $65,000 toward the construction of a new Habitat for Humanity home in Prince Albert.
Volunteer fire departments, humane societies, amateur sports clubs and local service clubs are among 1,100 groups and organizations that received more than $1.2 million from the provincial government through its charitable gaming grant program this quarter.
Social Services Minister Paul Merriman joined community members, dignitaries and staff from Farm in the Dell to break ground on the site of a new group home in Aberdeen.
The operators for the province’s 51 cannabis retail store permits have now been selected. More than two-thirds of these successful applicants are from Saskatchewan or have operations in the province.
Seeing young animals such as fawns, ducklings, rabbits or songbirds can be exciting, but there are reasons to leave them alone, even if they appear helpless or lost.
The spring sitting of the legislative session wrapped up today. It was Premier Scott Moe’s first legislative session as Saskatchewan’s new Premier and he said the government focused on the priorities of Saskatchewan people.
A $7.1 million surfacing project on Highway 4 near Cadillac and an $8.3 million paving project on Highway 42 near Eyebrow have now been completed. This is on top of about $15 million worth of highway and bridge work, which is currently underway in the southwest part of the province.