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Released on June 1, 2016Saskatchewan people in need will continue to benefit from the province’s investment in programs for children, youth and families, people experiencing disabilities, and people needing income assistance and housing. Social Services’ 2016-17 Budget is $1.052 billion, a 5.1 per cent increase from last fiscal year.
In response to the Saskatchewan Poverty Reduction Strategy, Social Services is undertaking a redesign of its income assistance programs to simplify administration, improve client service and support transitions to independence and participation in the economic and social life of the province.
The province is continuing its commitment to make life better for people experiencing disabilities:
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