Today's announcement is very disappointing, not only for our energy sector but also for the signal it sends about Canada-US relations. Given the facts of the project as canvassed by the US State Department, this decision is more about US domestic politics than it is about good environmental policy.
Building permits in Saskatchewan took a big jump in September 2015, increasing 113.2 per cent over last year, according to Statistics Canada. This was the highest percentage increase among the provinces on a seasonally adjusted basis.
The Government of Saskatchewan is taking action to ensure the safety of Saskatoon communities and families by providing $4.8 million in Municipal Police Grants to the Saskatoon Police Service (SPS).
Health Minister Dustin Duncan and local MLAs Greg Lawrence and Warren Michelson today joined residents of Moose Jaw and surrounding area for the grand opening of the new Dr. F.H. Wigmore Regional Hospital.
In October 2015, there were 580,000 people working in Saskatchewan, a record high for the month of October according to Statistics Canada.
As temperatures start to dip, Regina Mobile Crisis Services, The Salvation Army, the Ministry of Social Services and their community partners are asking members of the public to call if they see someone in need of a warm place to stay.
Saskatchewan residents can now honour and support military members and their families with a Support Our Troops licence plate depicting silhouettes of different branches of the Canadian military.
The Government of Saskatchewan, in collaboration with its municipal partners, today announced a new set of guidelines that will help local governments determine appropriate levels of financial compensation for boundary alterations.
To date, twenty-seven Saskatchewan companies are working on the province’s largest schools build in history. Across five school divisions spanning Regina, Saskatoon, Martensville, and Warman, the $374 million construction project will see 18 new elementary schools open to students in September 2017.
The Government of Saskatchewan is reminding residents to be diligent in helping to stop aquatic invasive species, such as zebra and quagga mussels, from entering the province’s lakes and waterways.