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The Re-Open Saskatchewan plan was released on April 23rd.
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Find how the Government of Saskatchewan governs and serves the province.
Find a government service and access your Saskatchewan Account.
Find more on the Saskatchewan members of cabinet, their portfolios, roles, responsibilities, and duties.
Learn about The Crown and the roles and responsibilities of The Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan.
Scott Moe was sworn in as Premier of Saskatchewan on February 2, 2018.
Executive Council is a central organization in government that provides support to the Premier and Cabinet. It creates the plan for Saskatchewan and manages how it is implemented across government.
A list of all government ministries, such as Ministry of Health or Ministry of Environment. Learn about the public services offered.
Find a list of agencies, boards, commissions and committees within the Government of Saskatchewan, and learn more about them.
Discover the corporations owned by the Crown in Saskatchewan, such as SaskPower and SGI. View a list of the corporations and visit their websites.
Learn about Saskatchewan's Legislative Assembly. The people of Saskatchewan elect this representative from their constituency every five years to represent them in the Assembly.
Learn more about the Government of Canada, provincial or territorial governments within Canada, and First Nations and municipal governments in Saskatchewan.
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