The Government of Saskatchewan is continuing its partnership with the Regina Open Door Society (RODS) to assist newcomers to the province in overcoming cultural and language barriers to employment.
A memorandum of agreement between the Government of Saskatchewan and the Saskatchewan Government and General Employees Union (SGEU) has now been ratified by both parties.
Today, Saskatchewan Legislative Speaker of the House Mark Docherty, on behalf of Minister Responsible for the Provincial Capital Commission Lori Carr, along with Lieutenant Governor Russ Mirasty unveiled the new Accessible Stories Project at Government House in Regina.
Today, Government Relations Minister and Estevan MLA Lori Carr, on behalf of Social Services Minister Paul Merriman, celebrated the grand opening of a new group home in Estevan.
According to the most recent Statistics Canada data, Saskatchewan’s unemployment rate is down from last year and from last month.
Hunters, bird watchers and other outdoor enthusiasts are one step closer to having an app on their phone that connects recreational users of private land with property owners.
Veteran Care Packages Distributed At Government House In Annual Ceremony
The first auctions for available retail liquor store permits in Saskatchewan begin November 27 with bids closing on December 6. Communities included in the first round of auctions are Estevan, Martensville, Melfort, Weyburn and Warman.
The Government of Saskatchewan has introduced legislation that will put limits on fees that can be charged by heir locators, and clarify a number of provisions regarding estates.
The Government of Saskatchewan is investing in career training services for people with disabilities in Yorkton.