North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) Week is May 1 to 7, 2016. This year’s theme is Make Safety a Habit – What’s Your Reason? Each year, Canada, the United Sates, and Mexico observe NAOSH week to promote and encourage employers and employees to be healthy and safe in the workplace and at home.
Concert tickets to popular acts like Garth Brooks are in high demand but consumers should be wary about purchasing from resellers, third-party websites and promoters.
Before departing on your summer road trip remember to check Saskatchewan’s Highway Hotline.
Saskatchewan’s big game draw for hunters opens online May 1, with a new application deadline of midnight on May 25 – seven days earlier than last year’s May 31 deadline.
Seeding has begun in the province, although many producers are still working fields and controlling weeds. Three per cent of the 2016 crop has been seeded, compared to the five-year (2011-2015) seeding average of less than one per cent.
Public-Rail Safety Week Runs April 25 to May 1
Throughout Saskatchewan and across Canada, individuals, groups and communities will honour fallen workers by holding vigils, lighting candles, wearing armbands or observing a moment of silence. April 28 is the National Day of Mourning, a day to remember workers killed or injured on the job.
Today Lieutenant Governor Vaughn Solomon Schofield presented the Saskatchewan Volunteer Medal to 10 of the province’s most dedicated volunteers during a ceremony at Government House in Regina. The 2015 recipients are from across Saskatchewan, coming from Casa Rio Estates, Shell Lake, Prince Albert, Swift Current, Regina and Saskatoon.
If the power-train of a recently purchased vehicle fails, consumers have new warranty protections to help them get repairs or a refund.
The Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations (FSIN) has been granted conditional approval for the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority (SIGA) to build and operate a new casino in Lloydminster.