The 2019-20 Budget provides the right balance for Saskatchewan with investments into infrastructure for a growing province—in both urban and rural Saskatchewan.
The Government of Saskatchewan continues to support Indigenous communities with funding programs and initiatives.
“The 2019-20 Budget is balanced, and it’s the right balance for Saskatchewan,” Finance Minister Donna Harpauer said today as she tabled the 2019-20 provincial budget. “This year’s budget provides the right balance by increasing support for mental health and for vulnerable families. It increases funding to classrooms and it improves highway safety.
The Government of Saskatchewan concluded its 2018 invasive mussel monitoring program with no confirmed findings of invasive mussels in 121 waterbodies sampled throughout the province.
The Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport launched a new, upgraded online reservation system today for the 2019 camping season.
Today, the Government of Saskatchewan and the Saskatoon Tribal Council (STC) officially signed agreements to work toward “meaningful improvements in the lives of children, youth and families.”
Police services in Saskatchewan will have a new means to help find missing people.
Today, Members of the Legislative Assembly voted unanimously to send a strong message calling on Ottawa to halt and repeal the Impact Assessment Act (Bill C-69), which would hurt workers by creating even more regulatory uncertainty and politicization in the Canadian energy sector.
Effective March 15 at 12:01 a.m., any existing winter weights are removed for the entire province and allowable weights return to normal regulation weights.
New mandatory standardized training requirements take effect tomorrow for those wanting a Class 1 commercial licence in Saskatchewan to drive semi trucks.