Saskatchewan entrepreneurs and change makers will be recognized for International Women’s Day this Sunday as part of a Canada-wide campaign to highlight and profile women who have made a difference through the hashtag #BecauseofYou.
Jobs continued to grow in February for the 19th consecutive month. Saskatchewan saw an increase of 4,900 jobs over February 2019, with 569,700 people employed, a record high for the month of February.
As the weather warms and the daylight-hours increase, truckers and shippers are being reminded to begin reducing truck loads on some provincial highways. During this time of year, secondary highways revert back to regulation weights, which will prevent damage to these roads.
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Today, the Water Security Agency (WSA) released the March spring runoff outlook.
Innovation Saskatchewan, in partnership with the Ministry of Agriculture, is asking technology entrepreneurs to develop a way for farmers, ranchers and agricultural workers to monitor their mental health. This latest Innovation Challenge aims to address a growing concern within Saskatchewan where calls to the farm stress line in 2018-2019 doubled from the previous year.
Today, Immigration and Career Training Minister Jeremy Harrison announced over $500,000 is being allocated to English for Employment programming to assist newcomers to overcome language barriers and engage in the labour force.
The Royal Saskatchewan Museum’s (RSM) is celebrating March as book club month by partnering with the Saskatchewan Library Association and the Regina Public Library on One Book, One Province – a way to increase literacy and engagement through shared story.
As ice fishing season begins to wind down, anglers are reminded that all fishing shelters south of Highway 16 must be removed by March 15.
According to Statistics Canada preliminary trade data 2019, Saskatchewan exported nearly $30 billion worth of products to international markets in 2019 and continued to provide the food, fuel and fertilizer the world needs.