Saskatoon children and youth will have better access to mental health supports thanks to a partnership between the Government of Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan Health Authority, EGADZ and Medavie Health Services.
SaskTel announced plans today to improve LTE cellular services in 12 additional communities throughout rural Saskatchewan by deploying a small cell site solution.
September 9 is Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Awareness Day. FASD is a lifelong condition associated with a variety of physical, mental, behavioral and learning disabilities. It’s a brain-based disorder that results from prenatal alcohol exposure.
Government of Saskatchewan Is Helping Ensure Students Have Safe Learning Spaces With Increased Preventative Maintenance Funding
Ensuring students have a safe and comfortable learning environment is a priority of the Government of Saskatchewan. Since 2013-14, the province has provided funding for preventative maintenance, allowing school divisions around the province to be proactive in addressing maintenance issues and rehabilitation projects within their school facilities.
Nominations are now being accepted for the 2019 Saskatchewan Volunteer Medal.
The Governments of Canada and Saskatchewan recognize that strategic investments in recreational infrastructure play a key role in supporting healthy, dynamic and inclusive communities where all residents have access to opportunities.
Investing in cultural and recreational infrastructure builds strong, dynamic communities, supports economic growth, and promotes people’s health and wellbeing.
According to a report released by Statistics Canada, year-over-year job growth in Saskatchewan continues to rise. In August 2019, employment was up 13,000 jobs from August 2018.
Today, Premier Scott Moe announced that Saskatchewan’s 23rd Lieutenant Governor, Russ Mirasty, will be formally installed during a ceremony at the Legislative Building on Thursday, September 12.
Saskatchewan’s recipient of the 2019 Council of the Federation Literacy Award (COFLA) is LaVera Schiele of the Prince Albert Literacy Network. This year, Saskatchewan’s COFLA is recognizing an outstanding family literacy volunteer.