Today, Premier Scott Moe announced one emerging leader, two individuals and five teams from the public service who will receive the Premier’s Award for Excellence in the Public Service for 2019.
International Education Is An Important Driver For Saskatchewan's Future Economic And Cultural Growth
The Government of Saskatchewan is pleased to recognize November 18 – 22 as International Education Week. We celebrate this week with more than 100 countries to raise awareness and understanding of international education and the benefits it provides.
The Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority of Saskatchewan (FCAA) wants consumers to watch out for curbers. A curber is an individual or dealer who does not have a vehicle dealer license and who is in the business of buying and selling vehicles to make a profit.
The Cost Of A First-Time Ticket Will More Than Double; Repeat Offenders To Pay Even More
Today, during a special service, Minister Responsible for Saskatchewan-Ukraine Relations Greg Ottenbreit, along with members of Saskatchewan’s Ukrainian community, commemorated those who perished during the Ukraine famine in 1932-1933.
Today, Regina Rochdale MLA Laura Ross on behalf of Social Services Minister Paul Merriman, celebrated the grand opening of a new Clare Parker Homes group home.
The province of Saskatchewan has received highly favourable rankings for profitability and competitiveness in two separate, independent reports that assess oil and gas investment opportunities across North America.
Regina Correctional Centre is already seeing success in reducing contraband after its x-ray body scanner became operational on October 9, 2019.
Today, the Water Security Agency (WSA) issued its 2019 Conditions at Freeze-up Report. After well above average precipitation through the fall, conditions are favourable for a higher than normal spring run-off in much of southern Saskatchewan. The Souris River Basin, including the Antler River and Gainsborough Creek basins were particularly wet at freeze-up.
Employees at SaskTel, SaskEnergy, SaskPower, SaskWater and the Water Security Agency (WSA) have ratified new collective bargaining agreements. The employees join those employees at SecurTek and DirectWest that previously ratified agreements with their employer.