The Government of Saskatchewan is investing $700,000 in cost-shared grants to 12 community airports across the province for repairs and upgrades through the Community Airport Partnership (CAP) program.
Premier Scott Moe has now appointed new Legislative Secretaries responsible for a variety of important portfolios.
The Governments of Canada and Saskatchewan, along with the City of Regina and Silver Sage Holdings Ltd., officially announced funding for the construction of a six-unit rental housing project including support services for hard-to-house families.
The Government of Saskatchewan submitted 11 projects to the Government of Canada’s Low Carbon Economy Fund by the May 14 deadline, despite being deemed ineligible by the federal government for a portion of the funding.
An Age-Friendly Community Recognition Program is being introduced in Saskatchewan to recognize communities that undertake activities or create programming to be more inclusive of seniors, leading to communities that are more inclusive of all people.
Life-saving Medication Will Soon be Available Through Community Organizations
The Ministry of Environment has issued a ban on all open fires south of the Churchill River to the U.S. border effective immediately, due to dry conditions.
With a Highways and Infrastructure budget of $924.5 million this year, the 2018 highway construction season is underway. Construction will focus on improving safety on the provincial highway system as a result of a number of passing lane projects and other highway improvements.
Province Funds Geothermal Power Demonstration Plant Near Estevan to Develop Zero-Emissions Energy Sources
The Government of Saskatchewan has provided $175,000 to DEEP Earth Energy Production Corporation (DEEP) to establish a geothermal power demonstration plant in southern Saskatchewan.
Canada’s universal, publicly funded health system is a source of pride for Canadians. The Government of Canada is working with provinces and territories to strengthen health care and to adapt the system to the changing needs of Canadians.