Law enforcement vehicles throughout Saskatchewan are getting smarter to help improve traffic safety and fight crime.
Today, Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart presented four agriculture scholarships to students from across the province.
In 2018-19, the Water Security Agency (WSA) plans to invest an all-time record $43.6 million in its water management infrastructure, ensuring its 69 dams and 130 kilometres (km) of conveyance channels operate reliably and safely through a comprehensive rehabilitation and maintenance plan.
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The Government of Saskatchewan is investing $14 million to improve rural roads, bridges and culverts throughout Saskatchewan.
In recognition of Habitat for Humanity chapters and affiliates in Saskatchewan, and their many partner families and volunteers, Social Services Minister and Minister Responsible for Saskatchewan Housing Corporation Paul Merriman, has proclaimed May 4, 2018, as Saskatchewan Habitat Day.
Got the camping bug and can’t wait until summer to enjoy nature?
The province is providing parents with an alternative way to update their child support amounts through the recently-launched Saskatchewan Child Support Recalculation Service.
Under the Canadian Agricultural Partnership (CAP), producers and rural municipalities will have access to new programming to help reduce threats from agricultural pests. Today, the Governments of Canada and Saskatchewan, along with the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities (SARM) announced details of the Pest Biosecurity Program.
The Government of Saskatchewan is supporting Prince Albert and Saskatoon programs that provide shelter to victims of interpersonal violence and abuse.