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Agriculture: Budget Keeps Province’s Agricultural Sector On Track
Central Services: Budget Savings through Lower Government Vehicle Costs
Corrections and Policing/Justice: Remand Initiative Receives Additional Funding for Expansion
Corrections and Policing: Rural Crime Initiative Receives Funding in 2018-19 Budget
Education: Budget Fulfills Premier’s Commitment to Increase Education Funding
Energy and Resources: 2018-19 Budget Enhances Pipeline Regulations and Mineral Exploration in Saskatchewan
Finance: $2.7 Billion Infrastructure Investment in 2018-19 Budget
Finance: Budget Keeps Saskatchewan On Track
Government Relations: Budget Provides Stable Funding for Municipalities
Government Relations: Funding on Track for First Nations and Metis
Health: Record $5.36 billion Invested in Improving Health Care
Highways: More than $900 Million to Maintain and Improve Highways in 2018-19
Social Services: Keeping Saskatchewan On Track By Helping People in Need
Trade and Export Development: 2018-19 Budget Creates Opportunities for Trade, Investment and Job Creation