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.
Today Government Relations Minister Larry Doke announced that the Provincial Disaster Assistance Program (PDAP) will provide financial assistance to grazing lands damaged by wildfires.
The Government of Saskatchewan is pleased to announce the launch of a four-phase initiative that will provide rural communities with enhanced access to reliable cellular and high speed internet services.
Saskatchewan has introduced amendments to rental legislation that address concerns about cannabis, misuse of the eviction process, and the disposal of abandoned goods.
Today Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart announced a targeted incentive program to encourage the continued sale of cultivated and formerly cultivated agricultural Crown land. The new, targeted program offers current lease-holders a 10 per cent purchase incentive on the sale of eligible land until March 31, 2018.
Flexible Plan Includes Performance Standards, Offset System, and Tech Fund
The Government of Saskatchewan has joined the world in recognizing and celebrating December 3, 2017, as International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPWD).
Today, the Saskatchewan Health Authority officially launched, with the proclamation of The Provincial Health Authority Act. Proclamation of the Act legally transfers the operations and employees of the 12 former Regional Health Authorities to the Saskatchewan Health Authority.
Saskatoon-based technology innovator, Jeff Shirley, has been selected as the winner of the province’s first Rural Crime Innovation Challenge.
Saskatchewan schools now have access to a better streaming service as a result of a renewed Live Interactive Video Education (LIVE) Network agreement between the Ministry of Education and SaskTel. The LIVE Network is used for province-wide live video streaming for provincial, First Nations, Prekindergarten to Grade 12, and credit and non-credit post-secondary courses.