News

May 02, 2018

Queen Elizabeth II Scholarship Recipients Announced

The Government of Saskatchewan, the University of Regina and the University of Saskatchewan have chosen the 2018 recipients of the Queen Elizabeth II Scholarship and the Queen Elizabeth II Centennial Aboriginal Scholarship.  Each $20,000 scholarship is awarded annually on the basis of academic excellence to students who are pursuing graduate or post-graduate studies at any accredited university in Saskatchewan.

May 01, 2018

Ministry of Agriculture Renews MOC with Fertilizer Canada

The Government of Saskatchewan and Fertilizer Canada signed a three-year extension to their 2016 Memorandum of Co-operation (MOC) in support of 4R Nutrient Stewardship (Right Source @ Right Rate, Right Time, Right Place®).

May 01, 2018

Early Learning Intensive Support Pilot Accepts First Students

The Early Learning Intensive Support Pilot is now operational and the first 12 students have begun attending Prekindergarten programs in Regina and Saskatoon.  Announced in March, with funding through the Canada-Saskatchewan Early Learning and Child Care Agreement, the Early Learning Intensive Support Pilot provides additional space in existing Prekindergarten programs in Regina and Saskatoon for children who require intensive supports.

May 01, 2018

Nearly 900 More Physicians Working in Saskatchewan Since 2007

Saskatchewan residents continue to have improved health care access with nearly 900 more physicians providing service than in 2007, an increase of 51 per cent.  In total, more than 2,600 physicians are licensed to practice in the province.

April 30, 2018

Saskatchewan's Improved 2018 Big Game Draw Opens Online May 1

Saskatchewan’s big game draw opens online May 1, and hunters have until midnight on May 25 to submit their online applications.  This year’s draw introduces improvements to better allocate and prioritize licences for Saskatchewan residents.

April 26, 2018

NDP Refuse to Join Fight Against Trudeau's Carbon Tax

Yesterday, our government announced that we have launched a constitutional reference case in the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal to challenge the federal government’s ability to impose a carbon tax on the province.