Growing A Strong Economy For A Strong Saskatchewan
Building A Stronger Economy With A Stronger International Presence
The Government of Saskatchewan has contracted global affairs firm Harper and Associates to support the province’s increased focus on international trade and engagement.
Legislation is being introduced to enhance the Saskatchewan Coroners Service.
The Government Trustee Bargaining Committee (GTBC) continues to meet in good faith with the Teacher Bargaining Committee (TBC). Today’s meeting with the TBC is the 10th meeting of the parties as they negotiate a new Collective Bargaining Agreement.
Government To Support Literacy And Workplace Programming For Under-Represented Populations In Saskatoon
Today, the Government of Saskatchewan announced funding toward literacy programming and workforce development for job seekers facing multiple barriers to employment in Saskatoon’s labour market.
Efforts to drive new innovation and economic development activity in the province will get a boost this week. Saskatchewan industry and government leaders are in Germany and France to look for opportunities at two of the largest events of their kind.
Starting November 15, professional and volunteer firefighters will be able to access Workers’ Compensation coverage for six additional cancers. In addition, an amendment will come into force to enable Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) claimants to access their entire claim file.
The Government of Saskatchewan and the Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan (MCoS) is celebrating the importance of multiculturalism in our province with Saskatchewan Multicultural Week from November 16-24, 2019.
Today, Deputy Premier and Education Minister Gordon Wyant was joined in Regina by Respect Group Co-founder Sheldon Kennedy, to announce the new Respect in School training for teachers, school staff and volunteers. The training, which will be available in a few weeks, is being offered at no cost to all school divisions, First Nation education authorities and independent schools.