Report from the Legislature – October 17, 2019

Saskatchewan residents can now look at their laboratory test results and other health records online anywhere, anytime. MySaskHealthRecord is a secure website that gives eligible Saskatchewan residents quick and easy access to personal health information such as lab results, medical imaging reports and clinical visit history, including hospital admissions. Those who register will have quick […]

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Report from the Legislature – October 3, 2019

Saskatchewan is still growing strong, according to the latest figures from Statistics Canada. Between April 1st and July 1st, 2019, Saskatchewan added 3,435 people bringing our population to an all-time high of 1,174,462. Our population has now grown in 53 consecutive quarters, increasing by more than 183,000 people during that time. A growing province creates […]

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Report from the Legislature – September 19, 2019

Saskatchewan’s economy is strong and more people are working in the province than ever before, despite economic headwinds. August marked the 13th consecutive month of job growth in Saskatchewan with 13,000 new jobs year-over-year. Saskatchewan’s unemployment rate was the third lowest in the country at 5.1 per cent. Fast and reliable access to today’s digital […]

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Report from the Legislature – September 05, 2019

The start of a new school year in Saskatchewan means more than 190,000 prekindergarten to Grade 12 students are returning to classrooms in more than 770 schools across the province. From early learning and prekindergarten, to K-12 and post-secondary, dedicated parents and caregivers, teachers, bus drivers, counselors, educational assistants and administrators, school support and maintenance […]

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Report from the Legislature – August 22, 2019

  The strength and resilience of Saskatchewan’s economy can be seen in the latest labour force figures from Statistics Canada. July’s numbers show 12,200 new jobs since this time last year, and 12 months of consecutive year-over-year growth. This strength and resilience can be found in a number of areas, including building permits. In June, […]

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Report from the Legislature – August 08, 2019

  Your Saskatchewan Party government has always had a vision and a plan for a growing province that builds on the strength of our people, our resources and innovation to make Saskatchewan an economic leader. In just over a decade, Saskatchewan has grown by 160,000 people and added 75,000 new jobs. This has allowed us […]

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Report from the Legislature – July 25, 2019

  July has been a busy month with Saskatchewan playing host to the Council of the Federation, an annual summer gathering of Canada’s Premiers, as well as the 29th Pacific NorthWest Economic Region (PNWER) Annual Summit in Saskatoon. The Council of the Federation was an opportunity to work on removing barriers to internal trade, advance […]

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Report from the Legislature – July 11, 2019

Today there are more people going to work in Saskatchewan than ever before in our province’s history. According to a report released by Statistics Canada, Saskatchewan set an all-time record for employment last month at 592,900 jobs. Employment was up 9,200 jobs in June compared to June 2018, the eleventh consecutive month of year-over-year job […]

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Report from the Legislature – June 27, 2019

What does it mean to be Canadian? While we are drawn together by common values, experiences, and aspirations, the answers to this question are as diverse as our population. Our diversity is a product of our freedom, stability and prosperity, and Canada Day is an excellent opportunity to consider and celebrate these things. A destination […]

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Report from the Legislature – June 13, 2019

Saskatchewan, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario, New Brunswick and the Northwest Territories  recently sent a letter to the Prime Minister calling for two things: his government to accept the Senate’s amendments to Bill C-69; and not to pass Bill C-48. Bill C-69 “the no more pipelines bill” and Bill C-48 “the no more oil tankers bill” are […]

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