The second round of auctions for available retail liquor store permits in Saskatchewan begins January 21 with bids closing on January 31.
Communities included in the second round of auctions are the Rural Municipality (RM) of Blucher, Carlyle, RM of Corman Park, Esterhazy, Gull Lake, RM of Kindersley, Langham, RM of Longlaketon, Regina Beach, RM of Shellbrook, Unity and White City.
The government is continuing its efforts to cut red tape, making Saskatchewan more attractive for small- and medium-sized businesses.
As one of the first red-tape reduction initiatives of the new year, Saskatchewan is raising threshold amounts for businesses that file returns for the Provincial Sales Tax (PST), Liquor Consumption Tax (LCT), and Beverage Container Program. In addition, due dates for electronic filers are bein...
Many farmers were able to continue with harvest operations last week as 90 per cent of the crop is now in the bin. This is up from 83 per cent last week but remains behind the five-year (2014-18) average of 96 per cent for this time of year.
Harvest progress was made in most regions last week. The west-central and northeastern regions are the most advanced with 96 per cent of the crop now combined. The southwest and northwes...
Saskatchewan residents can now look at their laboratory test results and other health records online anywhere, anytime.
Rural and Remote Health Minister Warren Kaeding, today launched MySaskHealthRecord—a secure website that gives eligible Saskatchewan residents quick and easy access to their personal health information.
MySaskHealthRecord is open to Saskatchewan residents who are 18 years of age and older. To register, residen...
Many producers were able to return to the field last week and 55 per cent of the crop is now in the bin. This is up from 47 per cent last week but remains well behind the five-year (2014-18) average of 82 per cent for this time of year. Twenty-nine per cent of the crop is swathed or ready to straight-cut.
Wet, cool weather continues to slow progress in much of the province. Much of the crop harvested so far is tough o...
The Triangle Hockey League has announced plans to forge ahead in the 2019-20 season with, possibly, as many as five teams.
At a league meeting on Sunday night, the Theodore Buffalos, Ochapowace Thunder, and Esterhazy Flyers all committed to icing clubs and the Bredenbury Cougars say they will know within a couple of weeks if they will also have numbers strong enough to put a team on the ice.
A Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League player who was serving a 25 game suspension for attempt to injure from a hit on Melville Millionaires goaltender Berk Berkeliev won't be playing for the rest of the season after appearing in a profanity-laced video.
The Yorkton Terriers released forward Greg Mulhall on Sunday and the league banned him for the remainder of the 2019-20 season.