In Your Neighbourhood
I am pleased to say our plan to get to a balanced budget by next year is on track as finances are continuing to improve.
The program will provide parents with $4000 annually for therapeutic interventions and family supports that best suit their child’s individual needs.
Highway Patrol officers do more than hand out speeding tickets.
What a federal carbon tax could cost you; Improving cellular service
Federal Equalization Program: The money continues to flow to Quebec, even as Premier Philippe Couillard declares that his province “has never been so well off as it is now.”
In this update, find out more about population growth, scholarships, and Saskatchewan Parks.
The spring sitting of the legislature focused on the priorities of Saskatchewan people as we face important issues.
The operators for the province’s 51 cannabis retail store permits have now been selected.
The final report from Saskatchewan’s Domestic Violence Death Review Panel has been released.
Premier Scott Moe advocated for Saskatchewan’s interests at the Western Premiers Conference in Yellowknife, including on the issue of pipelines, to ensure we can get our resources to world markets.
Tina Beaudry-Mellor, MLA, Regina University