Saskatchewan Opportunities Corporation (SOCO) released its 2019-20 Annual Report today, highlighting the technology parks’ role in helping grow the province’s technology sector.
The Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority (SLGA) is temporarily increasing video lottery terminal (VLT) commissions paid to bars and restaurants across the province effective July 6.
There is one new case of COVID-19 to report on July 3, bringing the provincial total to 796 cases. The new case is in the Far North.
The Chief Medical Health Officer’s public health order will be amended to expand visitation guidelines to facilities including acute and long-term care, personal care and group home settings starting July 7.
As the spring session of the legislature concluded today, Premier Scott Moe acknowledged and thanked MLAs who will not be running in the next provincial election.
Premier Scott Moe today said the government has delivered critical support to build the Saskatchewan economy and sustain high-quality services as the province continues to deal with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Most of the province received rain this week, improving moisture conditions, especially in the southern and west-central regions that received higher amounts. Some of the northern parts of the province have reported localized flooding and standing water in fields. The majority of crops in the province are in fair to excellent condition.
The Government of Saskatchewan is partnering with Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities (SARM) and the federal government to replace 100 RM bridges over the next four years.
Work To Being Immediately To Stimulate The Economy
Approximately 74,000 acres (30,000 hectares [ha]) of land has been added to Saskatchewan’s Representative Areas Network (RAN), through a stakeholder agreement and transfer of land from another government ministry.