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The Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety has reviewed all consultation submissions and is in the process of drafting amendments The Mines Regulations, 2003. The purpose of this review is to ensure occupational health and safety standards in Saskatchewan’s mining industry are up to date and reflect leading practices for protecting workers.
The Government of Saskatchewan is reviewing farmland ownership rules under The Saskatchewan Farm Security Act and wants to hear from farmers, landowners, producers, investors and other interested parties.
Have your say on how alcohol is sold in Saskatchewan. Find out about the potential options and help design the future of liquor retailing in Saskatchewan.
View the results of the Post-Secondary Graduate Outcomes Study. Saskatchewan post-secondary graduates from 2004-05, 2009-10, and 2014 were asked to complete the survey and be a part of the study.
The government is consulting with the oil and gas industry on proposed changes to The Oil and Gas Conservation (Miscellaneous) Amendment Regulations.
The Government of Saskatchewan has introduced amendments to The Saskatchewan Employment Act on essential services. The amendments are the result of a public consultation process. Information can be found here on the proposed amendments as well as information on the consultation process.
The Disability Strategy will provide the framework to transform disability programs and services.
Meeting targets from the Plan for Growth and addressing local priorities with one plan for action that puts students first.
The 2015 wildfires resulted in the largest emergency response in our province’s history. We are looking for your feedback to help us evaluate our approach to managing these types of emergencies.
The Workers’ Compensation Act Committee of Review held public consultations for individuals and organizations to provide feedback and make suggestions on improvements or reform of The Workers’ Compensation Act, 2013, the regulations and the administration of the Act and regulations. Find the final report and recommendations.
An inter-ministerial working group was established to identify what supports are currently provided by employers as well as whether other supports are needed to help victims of domestic and interpersonal violence transition from these relationships.
We want to hear from farmers, ranchers and agri-businesses about how we deliver agriculture extension services. You can help ensure we are serving your needs by taking this short survey.
Help the Advisory Group on Poverty Reduction by sharing your voice, experience, and perspectives on how we can all work together to reduce poverty in Saskatchewan.
The Government of Saskatchewan collected feedback on the recommendations from the Workers’ Compensation Act Committee of Review on board structure and governance and appeals.
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