Nominations are now being accepted for the 2020 Saskatchewan Order of Merit.
Canada and Saskatchewan Support Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Improvements To Strengthen Local Communities
Investing in local water and wastewater systems is key to improving people’s quality of life, protecting waterways and positioning communities for growth.
Today, Trade and Export Development Minister Jeremy Harrison announced the Government of Saskatchewan will sign an amendment to the Canadian Free Trade Agreement (CFTA) to enable the narrowing or elimination of interprovincial trade exceptions. This follows the commitment made at the Council of the Federation (COF) meetings earlier this year to collaborate on more liberalized interprovincial trade.
With harvest underway, more farm machinery and heavy trucks are moving around on Saskatchewan roads. Drivers and farmers are reminded to keep safety a top priority during harvest.
The new Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital (JPCH) in Saskatoon was showcased today, as partners achieved their vision of having Saskatchewan children and expectant mothers receive exceptional health care closer to home.
The Governments of Canada and Saskatchewan recognize that strategic investments in green and recreational infrastructure play a key role in supporting healthy, dynamic and sustainable communities.
Today, Social Services Minister Paul Merriman joined community members, dignitaries and day program participants in Saskatoon to celebrate two grand openings for an expanded day program and a new day program with Cosmopolitan Industries.
CanPacific Potash Inc.’s proposal to develop a new 3.25 million tonne-per-year solution mine in southern Saskatchewan has received conditional approval from the Ministry of Environment, based on the findings of an environmental assessment.
Saskatchewan home and property owners can start pruning their elm trees again on September 1, as the annual ban on pruning elm trees ends.
September 3rd marks the beginning of the school year and thousands of energetic students around the province can’t wait to get back to the books. As school returns, drivers are asked to be extra attentive on the roads as there is increased traffic due to school buses and students.