The 2018-19 Budget maintains operating grants to Saskatchewan’s universities, colleges and technical schools. The Ministry of Advanced Education’s 2018-19 Budget of $729 million reflects the government’s plan to invest in programs and services Saskatchewan people value. This year’s post-secondary education budget represents an increase of 1.5 per cent.
CBOs and Foster Families Among Those Receiving Funding Increase
Major safety improvements are coming to many of Saskatchewan’s busiest highways as part of this year’s $924 million highways and infrastructure budget.
Budget Provides Stable Funding for Municipalities and Nearly A Quarter Billion Dollars in Municipal Revenue Sharing
The Government of Saskatchewan’s 2018-19 Budget continues to provide strong, predictable and stable funding for municipalities.
The Government of Saskatchewan’s 2018-19 Budget continues to support First Nations and Métis with significant funding for a number of important services including health, education and social services.
Targeted New Investments Include Universal HIV Drug Coverage, Individualized Autism Funding and Universal Newborn Hearing Screening Program
The 2018-19 Budget keeps Saskatchewan’s economy on track by creating opportunities for increased trade, business investment and job creation.
Policy holders of crop, livestock, hail, margin/income, life and health insurance in Saskatchewan will soon receive a sales tax refund or credit from their insurance provider. Refunds and credits are automatic, meaning no action is required of policy holders.
Spring road bans come into effect across much of the province on Monday.
There were 4,200 new jobs created in Saskatchewan in March when compared to February (seasonally adjusted), a 0.7 per cent increase and highest percentage increase among the provinces. The national percentage increase month-to-month was 0.2 per cent.