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Tourism sector recovers from COVID lockdown

Tourism sector recovers from COVID lockdown

In 2019 tourism contributed $2.4 billion to the provincial economy; that declined by one-half during the lockdown
Sask. sees decrease in housing starts despite strong report from CMHC

Sask. sees decrease in housing starts despite strong report from CMHC

Saskatchewan is joined by British Columbia, Manitoba, and Ontario as the only provinces that saw a decrease in the number of housing starts in 2024.
Lieutenant Governor scholarship recipients announced

Lieutenant Governor scholarship recipients announced

In 2023, both scholarships were renamed from the Queen Elizabeth II Scholarship and the Queen Elizabeth II Centennial Aboriginal Scholarship, after the passing of Her Majesty.
Reminder: leave baby wildlife alone

Reminder: leave baby wildlife alone

In spite of their good intentions, humans can greatly reduce young animals' chances for survival.
Be bear aware

Be bear aware

To enhance public safety and reduce the creation of habituated and food-conditioned bears, it is against the law to feed bears.
Saskatchewan strengthens economic collaboration with Japan

Saskatchewan strengthens economic collaboration with Japan

Province extends memorandum of cooperation by three years.
Emotional farewells in Leg by departing MLAs

Emotional farewells in Leg by departing MLAs

Daily Leg Update: Longtime members including Don Morgan, Don McMorris, Dustin Duncan, Gord Wyant and Donna Harpauer give their final speeches in Legislature
Young brings experience as new Minister of Advanced Education

Young brings experience as new Minister of Advanced Education

Longtime Lloydminster MLA has vast experience in education including school board experience
Moe says allegation Saskatchewan Party member brought gun into legislature is false

Moe says allegation Saskatchewan Party member brought gun into legislature is false

REGINA — Saskatchewan's premier spoke up in defence of his government house leader on Friday, rejecting allegations that Jeremy Harrison brought or wanted to bring guns into the legislature and describing the claims as false.
Saskatchewan teachers and government say they've reached tentative agreement

Saskatchewan teachers and government say they've reached tentative agreement

REGINA — Saskatchewan's teachers and the provincial government say they've reached a tentative agreement on a new contract after months of sparring.