“This book will help you perhaps better understand the social issues some of the people in our community face,” he told council. “And also why groups like ourselves are calling for a more balanced approach to regulations around alcohol consumption in Saskatchewan.”
The governments of Canada and Saskatchewan continue to invest in infrastructure. On July 13, Jim Carr, Minister and Special Representative for the Prairies and...
If you have these mangoes, you should not eat them.
The Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan(APAS) was pleased to see the Government of Canada offering additional support for producers who are facing a relentless...
On May 6 Jim Carr, the Government of Canada's Special Representative for the Prairies, on behalf of Catherine McKenna, Minister of Infrastructure and Communities,...
Federal health officials thank essential workers as world approaches one-year anniversary of WHO’s pandemic declaration
Canada’s deputy chief public health officer thanked essential workers for their efforts over the past 12 months as the country marked one year since...
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