The Ministry of Justice and Attorney General is partnering with the Law Society of Saskatchewan to develop a sexual violence education program. The program will be made available to judges, lawyers and other justice system professionals with the goal of ensuring best practices are used when working with sexual violence complainants.
Today, Deputy Premier and Education Minister Gordon Wyant released a framework that will be used to create an action plan for how Saskatchewan students are educated from 2020 to 2030. The framework was developed with input from all education sector partners.
Saskatchewan’s top Sea Cadet Corps, Army Cadet Corps and Air Cadet Squadron are being showcased in a series of events over the coming weeks. Saskatchewan’s Provincial Military Liaison, MLA Greg Lawrence, will present Premier’s Commendation of Achievement certificates and pins to the cadets at ceremonies across southern and central Saskatchewan. The top units are chosen by their work on special projects evaluated by Zone Training Officers.
The Government of Saskatchewan, in partnership with Saskatchewan Abilities Council Inc. (SaskAbilities), will continue providing employment services to people with disabilities in Swift Current.
Today, the Government of Saskatchewan announced it is joining British Columbia’s class action lawsuit against opioid manufacturers and distributors.
It was a proud night for Saskatchewan when a Canadian Tourism Award was presented to Wanuskewin Heritage Park at a gala celebration on November 20 in Ottawa.
The Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority (FCAA) wants to inform newcomers to Canada about Saskatchewan’s marketplace and their rights as consumers.
The Government of Saskatchewan is investing in skills training for young people facing barriers to employment. With a provincial investment of $135,000, the Regina Rainbow Youth Centre will continue to administer the Road to Employment (RTE) program.
The Government of Saskatchewan has introduced amendments to The Lobbyists Act and The Members’ Conflict of Interest Act to promote transparency and enhance accountability among provincially-elected officials.
Trade and Export Development Minister Jeremy Harrison returned from a successful trade mission to India, his first visit to the country, where he attended several meetings and conferences to promote Saskatchewan.