The Government of Saskatchewan concluded its 2018 invasive mussel monitoring program with no confirmed findings of invasive mussels in 121 waterbodies sampled throughout the province. Continue reading “No invasive mussels sighted in provincial waterways”
Government Relations Minister Warren Kaeding and Environment Minister Dustin Duncan announced on January 9 that the Government of Saskatchewan will be enhancing and expanding the mandate of the Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency (SPSA).
Wildfire Management Branch from the Ministry of Environment, and the emergency management and fire safety responsibilities from the Ministry of Government Relations will become part of the SPSA. Continue reading “Emergency services rolled into Public Safety Agency”
The Government of Saskatchewan continues to implement key commitments made in the province’s climate change plan to help reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and maintain a competitive economy.
As part of the made-in-Saskatchewan Prairie Resilience strategy, government has developed new output-based performance standards that will apply to more than 40 Saskatchewan industrial facilities. Continue reading “Province sets new industry standards to stem climate change”