The Government of Saskatchewan has introduced amendments to The Lobbyists Act and The Members’ Conflict of Interest Act to promote transparency and enhance accountability among provincially-elected officials.
Trade and Export Development Minister Jeremy Harrison returned from a successful trade mission to India, his first visit to the country, where he attended several meetings and conferences to promote Saskatchewan.
The Next Gen Agriculture Mentorship program is ready to engage a new group of young agriculture leaders. The Governments of Canada and Saskatchewan announced $100,000 in renewed funding for Next Gen Agriculture, a Saskatchewan agricultural mentorship program delivered by Canadian Western Agribition.
Saskatchewan’s manufacturing sector continues to play a key role in growing and diversifying the provincial economy. Today, the Government of Saskatchewan proclaimed November 25–29 as Manufacturing Week to celebrate the contributions made by industry partners, businesses and communities.
Today, Immigration and Career Training Minister Jeremy Harrison announced funding for the International Women of Saskatoon (IWS), to help the most vulnerable members of the newcomer community overcome barriers and fully participate in the labour market.
The provincial government is providing approximately $1.7 million to more than 900 community groups across the province through the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority’s (SLGA) charitable gaming grant program.
Celebrate this Christmas Victorian-style, while enjoying classic holiday traditions, sweet treats and special guests form the North Pole.
More Than 30,000 Scholarships Awarded Since Program Was Launched
Today, Education Minister Gordon Wyant released the membership of the class size and composition committee, which is scheduled to have its first meeting next week.
Today, Premier Scott Moe attempted to move an emergency motion in the legislative assembly calling for immediate action to be taken to resolve the CN Rail strike. The motion that was subsequently blocked by the Official Opposition was worded as follows: