To ensure you and your family stay safe this December, Ministry of Government Relations urges you to take part in their 12 Days of Holiday Safety campaign.
Government has approved regulations that will open the door for rideshare companies to begin operating in the province, as long as they follow requirements set out by the municipality in which they operate. Regulations will take effect on December 14, 2018.
Premier Scott Moe said the government ended the fall sitting of the legislative session by delivering on priorities for the economy and people of Saskatchewan.
The Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority (FCAA) wants to inform consumers of the rules around purchasing vehicles at an auction. Vehicle dealers who sell vehicles through an auction are required to disclose which dealership the car came from and information about the car’s past use, history and condition. Private sellers are not required to disclose information.
Today, December 6, is the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women in Canada. The day commemorates the deaths of 14 female engineering students who were targeted and killed at Montreal’s Ecolé Polytechnique in 1989, because they were women.
Three Saskatchewan communities have been recognized for their commitment to age-friendly principles through community engagement and action.
The Government of Saskatchewan announced a program today designed to improve the petroleum industry’s long-term operating environment, sustain jobs, and increase investment activity in our province.
A new training program that will better equip physicians to assess and treat mental health conditions in children and youth is launching this week in Saskatoon.
Saskatchewan patients have the shortest total wait times in the country to see a specialist, according to the Fraser Institute’s annual survey of Canadian specialists.
The Government of Saskatchewan is committing to renew its 10-year agreement with Shock Trauma Air Rescue Service (STARS) beyond 2020 to provide helicopter air medical service in Saskatchewan. The province will also fund one of the three new helicopters needed in Saskatchewan as part of the organization’s plan for fleet renewal.