The Government of Saskatchewan has proclaimed May 28-June 1 as Disability Service Professionals Week.
With rainfall in many areas, the ban on open fires for all provincial Crown land south of the Churchill River, including provincial parks, has now been lifted.
As young people wrap up the school year and start applying for summer jobs, they should remember to look into the employment and safety rules that apply to young workers.
Numbers Possible Sign of Change in Behaviour by Saskatchewan Drivers
The Government of Saskatchewan is pleased to announce that six kilometres (km) of Highway 123 near Cumberland House is set to receive a grade raise in a couple of locations this construction season.
The panel was formed in the summer of 2016, and released an interim report in May 2017.
Tonight Lieutenant Governor W. Thomas Molloy will invest six extraordinary citizens with the Saskatchewan Order of Merit.
X-ray equipment in five rural community hospitals is being upgraded from film to digital images, supporting quicker diagnosis and improved care for patients.
Funding Through Province's Innovation and Science Fund Will Help with Network Dedicated to Monitoring Weather in Space
The Super Dual Auroral Radar Network of Canada (SuperDARN), headquartered at the University of Saskatchewan, will receive $1.58 million through Innovation Saskatchewan’s Innovation and Science Fund over four years.
The Government of Saskatchewan is supporting stronger families, including those living in vulnerable circumstances, through KidsFirst. In 2018-19, the Ministry of Education will provide $15.5 million to KidsFirst, which serves families in nearly 200 communities throughout the province.