On June 15, tthe federal and provincial governments announced an additional $400,000 in funding over two years for Agriculture in the Classroom Saskatchewan (AITC-SK), an organization that connects kids and agriculture, to enhance the reach of the program and increase opportunities for hands-on agriculture experiences.
Students enrolled in the Chinook School Division can now enrol in up to four courses that will be recognized as credit towards both high school graduation and a Saskatchewan Polytechnic Continuing Care Assistant certificate.
On June 14, Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart introduced amendments to The Provincial Lands Act (PLA). The Provincial Lands Act is jointly administered by the Ministries of Agriculture and Environment.
Albertans are invited to share their opinions and experiences with the Workers’ Compensation Board review panel. People may offer feedback through an online questionnaire or by written submission at alberta.ca/wcb-review until July 15.
The Government of Saskatchewan is investing $700,000 in the Community Airport Partnership (CAP) Program to enhance infrastructure at community and regionally-owned airports.
The government passed new legislation to transition regulation of SaskCentral from the federal government to Saskatchewan.
The Saskatchewan Hockey Hall of Fame has dedicated a Book of Condolences for members of the public to sign in honour of Gordie Howe. The book will be available to the public beginning on Monday, June 13 at the Hall of Fame during regular business hours.