The very successful Saskatchewanderer program marks its 10th Anniversary in 2020. To celebrate, social media followers will be re-introduced to past Saskatchewanderers in what is being called the month of the Retro Wanderer!
The Government of Saskatchewan is providing a quarter of a million dollars to save students money on their textbook purchases.
Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency Sends Three More Wildland Firefighters To Support Wildfire Response Efforts In Australia
This weekend the Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency (SPSA) sent three more wildland fire management staff to New South Wales, Australia, for a deployment of 38 days.
At this time of year, gym memberships are often top of the mind for consumers and the Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority (FCAA) receives an increased number of inquiries about them.
The Royal Saskatchewan Museum (RSM) is excited to announce a new holiday stage show, ’Twas the Night Before Hibernation. The show opens Saturday, December 28, and all are invited to join in the fun!
The Government of Saskatchewan will be proclaiming The Insurance Act on January 1, 2020.
With gift cards being a popular holiday gift choice, the Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority (FCAA) wants consumers to know the rules surrounding gift cards and their usage. Consumers often have concerns surrounding fees, expiration and redemption.
Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency Sending Six More Staff To Support Wildfire Response Efforts In Australia
The Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency (SPSA) is sending another six wildland fire management staff to New South Wales, Australia, for a deployment of 38 days. They will join 24 other members of the Canadian Interagency Forest Fire Centre (CIFFC) team.
Winter in Saskatchewan is a time to get cozy by a fire, connect with family and enjoy outdoor activities like tobogganing, snowshoeing and ice-fishing. This winter, many Saskatchewan Provincial Parks will be hosting events to help Saskatchewanians embrace the winter season!
With the arrival of colder temperatures, the Government of Saskatchewan reminds everyone to make sure that ice is safe and thick enough before walking or driving on it. Ice thickness depends on the particular waterbody and the local conditions. It does not freeze at a uniform thickness and ice strength can vary considerably from one area to another.