Government of Saskatchewan News
Residents of Rosetown and area are benefiting from a new long-term care facility.
Communities across the province gathered today to recognize and celebrate the work of Habitat for Humanity and their many partner families.
Four families in Saskatoon will soon have a place of their own to call home, thanks to Habitat for Humanity and their community partners.
High school students from Air Ronge, Buffalo Narrows, Canoe Narrows, Cumberland House, Fond Du Lac and Pinehouse Lake will be in Regina May 4-7 to take part in the 2014 Youth Mentorship Program.
Social Services Minister June Draude has proclaimed May 2014 as Speech and Hearing Awareness Month in Saskatchewan.
Health officials are advising increased caution and encouraging vaccination in the wake of additional measles cases in Saskatchewan and other provinces.
Today, Federal Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz and Saskatchewan Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart announced improvements to the Farm Stewardship Program.
The Ministry of Environment has made changes for 2014 and onward to support fish conservation programs, client service and to ensure sustainability of the resource.
Saskatchewan officially proclaimed May 2014 as Missing Children’s Month.
The Saskatchewan government has won the latest round of an internal trade challenge with Quebec in a decision that, if upheld, will mean major new access to the Quebec market for Saskatchewan oilseed producers and processors.