Today, Premier Scott Moe announced the creation of the new Legion and ANAVETS Support Program that will provide funding grants to Royal Canadian Legion branches and Army, Navy, Air Force Veterans (ANAVETS) units in Saskatchewan. This grant program will assist with the important work of supporting veterans and keeping the memory of our fallen heroes.
A beautiful coulee along Pipestone Creek, south of the Town of Whitewood, has been named after Lance Corporal Wilfred Jordens, a Saskatchewan son and brave fallen Canadian solider of the First World War.
Chronic wasting disease (CWD) has been discovered in a new wildlife management zone, meaning the disease has now been confirmed in 45 of Saskatchewan’s 83 wildlife management zones. Thirty-four cases of CWD have been identified in the province this year.
Premier Scott Moe, dignitaries, veterans and members of the Saskatchewan public service gathered in the rotunda of the Legislative Building to mark 100 years since the end of the First World War. The service pays tribute to all the men and women who gave their lives serving Canada in conflicts around the world and to those who continue to serve our country today.
Moose Jaw Family and Habitat for Humanity Complete Home with Support from Governments of Canada and Saskatchewan
The Government of Canada, the Government of Saskatchewan and Habitat for Humanity (Habitat) have partnered to help a Moose Jaw family realize their dream of homeownership.
Today, federal Agriculture and Agri-Food Minister Lawrence MacAulay and Saskatchewan Agriculture Minister David Marit announced Payment on Account will now be available to livestock producers in Saskatchewan purchasing a policy through the Western Livestock Price Insurance Program (WLPIP).
A Youth Action for Prevention Program in northern Saskatchewan is being expanded to include a La Ronge based co-ordinator. This additional position will allow for more young people to be leaders in their communities when it comes to educating others about the harms associated with alcohol consumption.
More than 250 sector stakeholders, representing more than 75 organizations, joined with representatives from the Ministry of Education to begin work on developing the path that education in Saskatchewan will follow over the next 10 years.
In the week leading up to Remembrance Day, a number of special events will be held in Regina to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War.
Saskatchewan is the first province in Canada to introduce legislation that allows police to release information about someone’s violent or abusive past to intimate partners who may be at risk.