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The Governments of Canada and Saskatchewan recognize how important investing in modern reliable water services is to building healthy sustainable communities.
Today, Agriculture Minister David Marit joined with representatives of the federal government, the University of Saskatchewan and the agriculture industry to celebrate the grand opening of the Livestock and Forage Centre of Excellence, a world class research and teaching facility funded in part by the federal-provincial Growing Forward 2 agreement.
Saskatchewan’s employment increased by 3,300 jobs from September 2017, largely driven by growth in the private sector.
The Royal Saskatchewan Museum’s (RSM) current exhibit, ZOOM, will close on October 25 to allow for the construction that will bring Scotty, the T.rex, to the Queen City.
Deputy Premier Gordon Wyant and Trade and Export Development Minister Jeremy Harrison will conduct a week-long trade mission to Israel. The mission includes stops in both Jerusalem and Tel Aviv where the Deputy Premier and Minister will meet with senior government officials, private industry and a number of Israeli academics and research organizations.
Today, Premier Scott Moe is welcoming Ontario Premier Doug Ford to Saskatchewan. The two Premiers will meet in Saskatoon to discuss shared provincial interests including fighting the carbon tax, economic competitiveness, and the importance of the inter-provincial trading relationship between Saskatchewan and Ontario.
Premier Scott Moe announced today that Her Excellency the Right Honourable Julie Payette, Governor General of Canada, will visit Saskatchewan October 18 to 20.
The Government of Saskatchewan is pleased to announce that new passing lanes between Regina and Corinne on Highway 6 are now open.
Saskatchewan’s October public offering of Crown petroleum and natural gas rights held on Tuesday, generated $2.1 million in revenue for the province, largely on the strength of continued interest in the Kindersley area.