Saskatchewan patients who need otology services can once again receive them in the province, thanks to the successful recruitment of a highly trained physician who can provide specialized medical procedures to treat hearing and other ear disorders.
Today, the Government of Saskatchewan released its response to the Domestic Violence Death Review (DVDR) Report.
Today paid job leave for survivors of interpersonal and sexual violence was introduced and passed in the Saskatchewan Legislature.
Today, the Government of Saskatchewan announced its continued commitment to career training by investing $491,000 for the Saskatchewan Association of Rehabilitation Centres (SARC) to administer the Supported Employment Transition Initiative (SETI).
Communities throughout Saskatchewan will benefit from 27 traffic safety projects approved for funding from the proceeds of photo speed enforcement (PSE).
Advanced Education Minister and Minister Responsible for the Status of Women Tina Beaudry-Mellor was at Souls Harbour Rescue Mission in Regina today to celebrate the grand opening of a new 60 space child care centre.
The original home of Scotty, the largest T.rex ever discovered, will roar back to life for the summer at the T.rex Discovery Centre beginning Saturday, May 18.
Governments of Canada and Saskatchewan Team Up With Habitat for Humanity to Begin Construction On A Home In Prince Albert
The Governments of Canada and Saskatchewan are collaborating with Habitat for Humanity in Prince Albert to help support another Saskatchewan family in need of a safe and affordable place to call home.
This morning, Environment Minister and Weyburn – Big Muddy MLA Dustin Duncan, on behalf of Deputy Premier and Education Minister Gordon Wyant, joined City of Weyburn officials, South East Cornerstone Public School Division officials, teachers, students and community members to celebrate the beginning of construction on the new Weyburn elementary school project.
The Government of Canada and the Government of Saskatchewan, along with Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA) Prince Albert officially opened a new rental housing project in Prince Albert for individuals living with persistent and complex mental health challenges and other concurrent disorders who require supports to secure and maintain housing.