The Government of Canada and the Government of Saskatchewan, along with Canadian Mental Health Association Prince Albert (CMHA), officially broke ground on a new six-unit rental housing project for individuals who have complex needs and require supports to secure and maintain housing.
The Government of Saskatchewan is investing more than $300,000 in provincial parks in the North East region in 2018-19 for facility and infrastructure improvements.
Saskatchewan residents are encouraged to “look up” and check their smoke alarms.
Camping season is not over in Saskatchewan with fall camping being offered in over 20 provincial parks.
As students get ready to head back to school after the long weekend, drivers should be prepared to once again share the road with school buses and students. The Ministry of Education, school divisions, teachers and support staff across the province have been busily preparing for students’ return to the classroom for the 2018-19 school year.
The Government of Saskatchewan is accepting nominations for the 2018 Premier’s Service Club Award until September 30, 2018.
Consequences for impaired driving are getting even tougher in Saskatchewan as of Sept. 1, including stronger penalties for drug-impaired drivers and for impaired drivers who transport children.
The Government of Saskatchewan continues to implement key commitments made in the province’s climate change plan to help reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and maintain a competitive economy.
Saskatchewan’s 2018-19 Budget remains on track, with a deficit of $306 million projected at first quarter, $59 million less than the original budget projection of $365 million.
This week, the Government of Saskatchewan is marking the anniversary of the Protection and Response Team (PRT), created one year ago to help reduce crime in rural Saskatchewan.