Our last residents of Valley View Centre have officially moved out of the building on Tuesday, marking the end of institutionalized style living for people with intellectual disabilities in Saskatchewan.
The Ministry of Environment – in partnership with the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation (SWF) – is encouraging hunters to submit the heads of all deer, moose, elk and caribou harvested this hunting season for Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) testing. CWD is a fatal, infectious central nervous system disease in cervids that has no known cure.
he Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority of Saskatchewan (FCAA) has issued a Cease Trade Order against Olympus Markets and Next Trade Ltd., a corporation located in Port Vila, Vanuatu.
Today, Immigration and Career Training Minister Jeremy Harrison announced funding to provide better access to specialized services that will help Saskatchewan residents who are blind or partially sighted prepare for, secure and maintain employment.
A $66 million twinning project is nearing completion on Highway 7. The third and final phase of newly twinned highway around Vanscoy will be opening to traffic within the next week, weather permitting. The 12 kilometres (km) of new lanes around Vanscoy will complete 31 kms of Highway 7 twinning between Saskatoon and Delisle.
The Ministry of Corrections and Policing is partnering with two agencies to help offenders reintegrate into the community. The Elizabeth Fry Society of Saskatchewan is receiving $85,000 in 2019-20 to provide support to offenders who have completed their sentence. The ministry is also renewing a $60,000 contract with Oxford House Society of Regina Inc.
Today, Agriculture Minister David Marit proclaimed September 23 to 29, Biotech Week in Saskatchewan to celebrate the role biotechnology plays in the agriculture industry.
The Royal Saskatchewan Museum (RSM) will commemorate residential school survivors and their families by hosting events in honour of Orange Shirt Day.
Employers and employees are reminded that Saskatchewan’s minimum wage will increase to $11.32 as of Tuesday, October 1.
The Government of Saskatchewan continues to work in partnership with rural municipalities to improve highway infrastructure.