Report from the Legislature – March 6, 2013

Our government is committed to taking action that reflects the values important to Saskatchewan people.  After extensive consideration and consultation, we have decided the drinking age in Saskatchewan will not be lowered from 19 to 18.   The idea to look at possibly changing the drinking age was the result of a resolution from the Saskatchewan […]

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Saskatchewan Provincial Parks Announce Reservation Launch Dates

The Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport today announced a staggered spring launch for camping reservations.  Depending on the provincial park you plan to visit this year, you can reserve your site starting March 4, March 6 or March 8. The Saskatchewan Provincial Parks Reserve-a-Site service allows campers to book a campsite and pre-purchase their […]

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South Regina Bypass – Bypass Location Study

South Regina Bypass Bypass Location Study The Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure is doing a study to determine the location for the South Regina Bypass and to establish the required right-of-way for the Bypass. The section being studied extends from Highway 33 (near Tower Road), travels south of Regina and then connects into Highway […]

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Report from the Legislature – February 20, 2013

One of the key components of the Saskatchewan Plan for Growth is our government’s commitment to balanced budgets.   Our record in this area is strong – we’ve had balanced budgets every year since 2007.   Last weeks’ release of the 2012-2013 Third Quarter Financial Report shows that we are on track to do the same thing […]

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Report from the Legislature – February 13, 2013

In the Saskatchewan Plan for Growth, our government committed to doubling agri-exports by 2020.  To achieve this goal we need to give our agricultural producers the tools they need to succeed, which is why we were proud to announce record coverage and additional enhancements to the 2013 Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Program.   The 2013 crop insurance […]

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Regina Wascana Plains January 2013 Newsletter

McMorris continues his climb to the top The Globe & Mail 0n January 25 reported that “Mark McMorris, the 19-year-old snowboard wunderkind from Regina, delivered on all his prodigious promise and more at X Games on Saturday, easily outdistancing rival Shaun White and winning his second consecutive gold medal in the slopestyle contest. And he […]

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Report from the Legislature – February 6, 2013

Saskatchewan’s economy remains one of the strongest in the country, if not the world.  Major economic forecasters are predicting we will be number two in Canada in terms of economic growth this year.  Oil production in Saskatchewan hit a new record high in 2012. At 1,086,054, we are well on our way to achieving one […]

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Chinese New Year Celebration

Christine was pleased to bring blessings at the Chinese Freemasons of Canada’s Chinese New Year Celebration on February 2nd, 2013. Happy New Year!

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Legislative Report – January 23, 2013

Access to affordable, quality health care is one of the most important services a government provides for its citizens.  That is why our government has been working in conjunction with other provinces and territories to provide lower cost generic drugs.  This plan will see a great reduction in cost on six of the most commonly […]

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Moose Jaw receives $300,000 to continue targeted Police Initiatives

Corrections and Policing, through the Ministry of Justice, contributed $300,000 to the City of Moose Jaw for three police officers who conduct comprehensive investigations and work on a number of proactive, community-based policing initiatives in order to help reduce crime. The Government of Saskatchewan’s Targeted Police Initiatives is responding to community crime-related priorities through the […]

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