Today, Deputy Premier and Education Minister Gordon Wyant is proud to congratulate Renae Lech of Gravelbourg on being Saskatchewan's winner of the 2020 Council of the Federation’s Literacy award. Lech is being recognized for her selfless and dedicated volunteer work with Great Plains College.
Six Saskatoon families today received the keys to their new, safe and affordable homes on Slimmon Road.
Today, Deputy Premier and Education Minister Gordon Wyant joined Regina Coronation Park MLA Mark Docherty and representatives from Regina Public Schools and Regina Catholic Schools to announce that McDermid Community School will be part of the planning phase for a future joint-use facility in North Regina.
Thousands of Patients Will Receive Scans Faster and Closer to Home
Today, Agriculture Minister David Marit proclaimed October 4 to 10, 2020, as Animal Health Week in Saskatchewan. This year’s national theme, Understanding Zoonotic Diseases, reminds animal owners of the importance of relationships with their veterinary team in protecting their family and animals from disease. Animal Health Week recognizes the high level of care Saskatchewan ranchers provide and the important vet-client relationships that guide animal care decisions.
Today, Agriculture Minister David Marit proclaimed September 28 to October 4, 2020, Biotech Week in Saskatchewan to celebrate the role biotechnology plays in the agriculture industry.
The Government of Saskatchewan has proclaimed October as Agriculture Month in Saskatchewan. Agriculture Month is an opportunity to recognize the contributions of the agriculture industry to our province and to increase consumer understanding of and trust in modern food production. Everyone is encouraged to celebrate by exploring their connection to food and food production through the theme, “#CelebrateAg.”
Today the Government of Saskatchewan announced a $400,000 investment to support approximately 100 student internships through a funding arrangement with the Mitacs Accelerate program. This partnership helps ensure Saskatchewan businesses continue to grow while students gain research and development skills.
Government is providing more than $532,000 to police agencies, community-based organizations and the Victims’ Fund for new policing tools and programming through the Civil Forfeiture Program.
Governments of Canada and Saskatchewan Sign Letter of Commitment with Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations
Preventing suicide among Indigenous youth is a key priority for government, Indigenous leaders, organizations, communities and youth themselves.