SAFE SCHOOLS PLAN: LEVEL 2 GUIDANCE RELEASED

The Government of Saskatchewan, Education’s Response Planning Team (RPT) and Public Health guidelines are being updated to support the safe return of children to school.   The province and Saskatchewan’s Chief Medical Health Officer, Dr. Saqib Shahab have provided additional guidance for divisions wishing to move to Level 2.   This guidance is being made […]

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Report from the Legislature – August 6, 2020

A safe return to school has been the top priority of your Saskatchewan Party government ever since our in-school programs came to a halt this past March.   Recently, our government released a plan that will allow for our staff and students to return safely to school this fall. We have evaluated best practices and […]

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SAFE SCHOOLS PLAN RELEASED

Saskatchewan’s 27 school divisions have plans in place for the safe return of students and staff to the classroom in September.   “Our guiding principle continues to be ensuring schools are a safe place for students and staff,” Deputy Premier and Education Minister Gordon Wyant said.  “These plans and eight areas of focus will allow […]

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Report from the Legislature – July 23, 2020

After months of isolation and social distancing, people across the province are starting to return to more regular routines. Almost everything is open again, most of us are back to work, and we are finally able to enjoy many of the activities we love while continuing to take the necessary precautions to prevent the spread […]

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RE-OPEN SASKATCHEWAN: GUIDELINES FOR YARD AND GARAGE SALES, AS WELL AS DOOR-TO-DOOR ACTIVITIES

Saskatchewan continues to progress through Phase 4 of the Re-Open Saskatchewan plan.  Additional activities and businesses are being reopened in a measured, careful manner as part of the plan to re-open the provincial economy.   Starting July 21, modifications come into effect for: Drive-in theatres: reducing distance between vehicles to two metres, down from five […]

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RE-OPEN SASKATCHEWAN: GUIDELINES FOR TEMPORARY FOOD VENDORS; RACING AND RODEOS; BANQUET AND CONFERENCE FACILITIES; AND CAR SHOWS AND TRADE SHOWS

With Phase 4 of Re-Open Saskatchewan well underway, work is taking place to open additional businesses, events and activities as part of the plan to re-open the provincial economy.   This week’s update to the Re-Open Saskatchewan plan includes guidance for activities that continue to re-open in the second part of Phase 4, including:   […]

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Report from the Legislature – July 09, 2020

A unique, three-week session of the legislature recently came to an end in what we now consider our “new normal”. This involved the implementation of many “firsts” including new health protocols and record investment in Saskatchewan industries.   Our government introduced and passed a provincial budget that includes record investment in health, education and economic […]

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SAFELY EXPANDING VISITATION GUIDELINES DURING COVID-19

The Chief Medical Health Officer’s public health order will be amended to expand visitation guidelines to facilities including acute and long-term care, personal care and group home settings starting July 7.   This standard will be applied across all settings to ensure clarity for patients and residents, family and friends, and the health care staff […]

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Report from the Legislature – July 02, 2020

Your Saskatchewan Party government is working to secure a strong economic recovery after the impacts of COVID-19. This means moving forward with investments and projects that will benefit families and communities for generations to come. One such project will fulfill the vision of Prime Minister John Diefenbaker by irrigating up to 500,000 acres of land […]

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RE-OPEN SASKATCHEWAN: INDOOR POOLS, RINKS, SPORTS AND THE PERFORMING ARTS CAN RE-OPEN ON JULY 6; CASINOS AND BINGO HALLS TO FOLLOW ON JULY 9

Businesses, events and activities continue to re-open in the second part of Phase 4 of Re-Open Saskatchewan.   Beginning Monday, July 6, indoor pools, indoor rinks, indoor sports and activities, and the performing arts – including music, dance and theatre – will be able to re-open.  The seating capacity for restaurants and licensed establishments will […]

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