It’s official, Saskatchewan’s own Scotty is the most massive T.rex ever found!
The Government of Saskatchewan is asking for feedback on suggested regulatory changes intended to harmonize standards for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) required under Occupational Health and Safety regulations.
From April 1 to August 31 every year, it is illegal to prune elm trees in Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan has officially proclaimed March 24-30 as Social Work Week in Saskatchewan. The theme for this year’s celebration is Real People. Real Impact.
Today, Social Services Minister Paul Merriman joined community members, dignitaries and group home residents in Saskatoon to celebrate the grand opening of a new LutherCare Communities group home.
A new Community Recovery Team (CRT) in North Battleford is now providing intensive supports in the community for people living with complex, persistent mental health challenges. The Government of Saskatchewan has provided $4.2 million in targeted funding to launch a Community Recovery Team in North Battleford and seven other Saskatchewan communities.
The Government of Saskatchewan and Conseil des Écoles Fransaskoises (CÉF) are pleased to announce the signing of the first ever Saskatchewan Francophone funding model. In addition to this new funding model milestone, the province is exploring the option of a new interim school in Prince Albert to address the community’s concerns with the existing school. The Ministry of Education is examining the potential use of former Rivier Academy for CÉF students in that city.
Today, Social Services Minister Paul Merriman joined community members, dignitaries and group home residents in Regina to celebrate the grand opening of a new replacement group home for Regina Residential Resource Centre (RRRC).
Saskatchewan’s population grew by 11,459 people in 2018 to 1,168,423, according to new figures released today by Statistics Canada.
The 2019-20 Saskatchewan budget makes the largest investment in mental health and addictions services in Saskatchewan history.