Today, the Town of Wynyard celebrated the official grand opening of its new $1.2 million centre for SARCAN and other recycling services, an infrastructure project funded in part by the federal and provincial governments.
Starting on Monday, April 9, campers can begin reserving sites in their favourite Saskatchewan provincial parks for the 2018 season.
Today, the Water Security Agency (WSA) released the April spring runoff forecast.
Health officials are reminding residents about the risk of hantavirus this spring in areas potentially infested by rodents. People are most often exposed when cleaning up enclosed buildings (such as grain bins, sheds, barns, garages, trailers, cottages and homes) or farm equipment and vehicles after winter.
The Royal Saskatchewan Museum (RSM) is excited to announce that free WiFi will be available throughout the building starting in April and, with Easter break around the corner, a great lineup of family-friendly activities is planned throughout the week and month.
Canada’s hard-working farmers and food processors are the foundation of the economy and continue to see a growing global demand for their world-class products. Federal, provincial and territorial governments are working together to give farmers and food processors the support they need to meet these demands.
The NDP like promising new spending but they’re not so good at explaining how they plan to pay for it. We don’t need to look any further than the new $2.5 billion platform their leader has put forward and their party has endorsed.
Deputy Premier and Education Minister Gordon Wyant announced today that writing is set to begin in April for new financial literacy courses. These courses will soon be available to help ensure Saskatchewan students are prepared for a successful future.
So far this year, nearly 21,500 students have received the Saskatchewan Advantage Scholarship, totalling $11 million from the Government of Saskatchewan.
Ralph Goodale, Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, on behalf of Jean-Yves Duclos, Minister of Families, Children and Social Development and Minister Responsible for Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), and Social Services Minister and Minister Responsible for the Saskatchewan Housing Corporation (SHC) Paul Merriman, made the funding announcement today.