September 3rd marks the beginning of the school year and thousands of energetic students around the province can’t wait to get back to the books. As school returns, drivers are asked to be extra attentive on the roads as there is increased traffic due to school buses and students.
The Ministry of Agriculture is reminding producers to be on the lookout for anthrax in their animals after an anthrax case was confirmed in the RM of Golden West in southeastern Saskatchewan.
The 2019-20 Budget remains on track to balance with a forecast surplus of a $25.8 million at first quarter, down less than $9 million from the budgeted surplus.
Saskatchewan residents will soon have access to a brand new emergency department. The Government of Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan Health Authority and Royal University Hospital Foundation today celebrated the grand opening of the new Royal University Hospital (RUH) adult emergency department (ED).
Nearly 9,000 students, parents and community members had their say in a recent online survey about what students in the province need to be successful in school.
Today, 10 Regina families celebrated a new beginning as ground was broken for 10 new Habitat for Humanity (Habitat) homes.
To commemorate the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of the Second World War, the Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan will begin to release the first digitized copies of the province’s community newspapers from 1939 to 1945 on the Saskatchewan Historic Newspapers Online website.
Investing in cultural and historical infrastructure plays an important role in developing dynamic communities, promoting tourism and economic growth, and preserving Canada’s heritage.
The Government of Saskatchewan and the Rural Municipality of Frenchman Butte have reached a $19 million partnership agreement to improve Highway 21 and the Frenchman Butte Access.
The Governments of Canada and Saskatchewan are collaborating with Habitat for Humanity in Yorkton to help support another Saskatchewan family in need of a safe and affordable place to call home.