The provincial government has spent all of its $200 million health and public safety contingency fund.
Saskatchewan had already directed $40 million to the education sector.
On Monday, they announced how they would be spending the remaining $160 million.
The fund was put in place to help protect Saskatchewan people and businesses through the global COVID-19 pandemic.
The newly-announced spending includes:
$75.6 million for Saskatchewan Health Authority COVID pressures,
$20 million for the Saskatchewan Small Business Emergency Payment Program
$17 million for tourism supports,
$14.2 million for Municipal Grants for Growth,
$12.3 million for Public Safety response,
$9.9 million for Custody Services,
$5.5 million for the Chief Electoral Officer, $3.2 million for Court Service enhancements,
$1.8 million for Sask Poly dental lab renovations and
$500,000 for Conexus Arts Centre support.