COVID-19: ADDITIONAL MEASURES TO PROTECT SASKATCHEWAN RESIDENTS

COVID-19: ADDITIONAL MEASURES TO PROTECT SASKATCHEWAN RESIDENTS Expanded Public Health Order For Mandatory Self-Isolation, Gatherings   The Chief Medical Health Officer is updating the public health order under The Public Health Act to further reduce the risk of potential COVID-19 transmission in the province.  At the same time, Premier Scott Moe today signed an order […]

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Premier Announces Financial Support Plan for Saskatchewan Employers and Employees

PREMIER ANNOUNCES FINANCIAL SUPPORT PLAN FOR SASKATCHEWAN EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES Today, Premier Scott Moe announced a significant financial support plan for Saskatchewan employers and employees hit by the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. “During this time of great uncertainty, it is of the utmost importance that Saskatchewan people know their government is here to provide […]

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Case Surveillance Information at SASKATCHEWAN.CA/COVID19

CASE SURVEILLANCE INFORMATION AT SASKATCHEWAN.CA/COVID19   As of March 19, 2020, Saskatchewan has four new, presumptive positive cases for COVID-19.  The provincial total for cases is now 20: 12 are presumptive positive and eight are now confirmed, following verification from the National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg.   Surveillance information on COVID-19 cases and testing is […]

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Gov’t announces Website for COVID-19 Inquiries

  The Ministry of Health has advised that public inquiries regarding COVID-19 can go to this website : www.Saskatchewan.ca/covid19   If the information cannot be found on the website, individuals can email inquiries to: COVID19@health.gov.sk.ca

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Province Announces Class Suspensions effective March 20, 2020

Health 20-3204   PROVINCE ANNOUNCES CLASS SUSPENSIONS EFFECTIVE MARCH 20, WIND DOWN PERIOD UNTIL THURSDAY   Today, the Government of Saskatchewan announced that all classes in Saskatchewan pre K-12 Schools will be suspended indefinitely, effective March 20, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.   For the period of March 16 to March 19, pre K-12 […]

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Report from the Legislature – March 12, 2020

The challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic are top of mind as the number of cases increases around the world.   Public Health Agency of Canada advises:   All travelers returning to Canada should monitor their health. Monitor for fever, cough and difficulty breathing for 14 days after you arrive in Canada. If an employee […]

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Report from the Legislature – March 05, 2020

  The spring session of the legislature started this week with a focus on the upcoming provincial budget which will build on the strength of our people with investments in stronger families, stronger communities and a stronger economy. The budget – to be released March 18th – will build on the Growth Plan our government […]

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Report from the Legislature – February 27, 2020

The Trudeau Carbon Tax – imposed on a number of provinces including Saskatchewan – is unconstitutional. In a four to one decision, the Alberta Court of Appeal has ruled that the imposition represents a wholesale takeover of a collection of clear provincial jurisdictions and rights, calling it a “constitutional trojan horse” that ultimately could allow […]

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Report from the Legislature – February 13, 2020

Saskatchewan has seen steady job growth for 18 consecutive months – growth that shows our economy is resilient and providing opportunities in a province that continues to enjoy the longest and strongest sustained population growth since the 1920s.   Last year, my colleagues and I canvassed our constituents for ideas on how we can keep […]

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Report from the Legislature – January 30, 2020

Saskatchewan is an entrepreneurial province in which we want people to be able to start and grow their businesses. Reducing red tape and regulatory burden is imperative because we know that when small businesses grow, Saskatchewan grows. Saskatchewan’s Growth Plan for The Next Decade recognizes that competitiveness is crucial to economic growth. On the issue […]

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