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In spring 2017, the Government of Saskatchewan invited farmers, ranchers and agribusinesses to provide input on how the province delivers agriculture extension services.
Being FireSmart means knowing what you can do to prevent and prepare for wildfire and how to protect your home and community. Help us develop better methods and tools to help protect you, your private property, and your community by taking this short survey.
An Autism Stakeholder Working Group has been created to assist government in creating a new funding model. The working group is now seeking feedback from parents/caregivers of children with ASD, as well as service providers. There are options to participate online as well as through a paper survey or written submission.
The Government has concluded consultations on proposed changes to Directive PNG005: Casing and Cementing Requirements.
The Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety has concluded the public consultation on impairment in the workplace.
Learn about the Creative Saskatchewan review and read the report.
The Government of Saskatchewan is requesting feedback from the public on regulations and policies as part of its review of The Crown Resource Land Regulations, 2017 and The Wild Rice Regulations, 2005.
The Ministry of the Education is seeking feedback for the development of a preschool program for children who are deaf and hard of hearing. Input from families will help ensure the preschool program meets the needs of children and families.
The government is consulting with the oil and gas industry on proposed changes to Directive PNG008.
In 2017, the province proposed to strengthen its public safety enforcement measures and consulted with the public, industry and associations to receive feedback on proposed amendments to its public safety legislation.
The Government is consulting with the oil and gas industry on proposed changes to Directive PNG076.
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.
Those affected by the Sixties Scoop were invited to help the province prepare a meaningful apology.
The Town of Kindersley is experiencing an increase in traffic that is expected to continue into the future. The Ministry of Highways is looking for your input as it aims to identify and prioritize potential future safety traffic improvements along the highway through Kindersley.
The Ministry of Environment wants your input on proposed household hazardous waste regulations to ensure a new program will meet the needs of Saskatchewan residents.
The Ministry of Environment is seeking feedback from municipalities and other clients impacted by the Impacted Sites Fund for remediating abandoned contaminated sites (also known as orphaned environmentally impacted sites).
The Ministry of Environment wants your input on how regulations concerning captive wildlife should be amended.
A joint task team appointed by the Law Society of Saskatchewan and the Government of Saskatchewan is seeking public input on how legal services can be provided by professionals other than lawyers in order improve public access to legal services in Saskatchewan. Your input will help shape the task team’s 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.
Deputy Premier and Minister of Education Don Morgan appointed Dan Perrins to review the current education system in Saskatchewan and provide governance structure options for consideration. On receiving the report, a six-person panel was set up to lead consultations with education stakeholders and allowed the public to offer feedback on the report. Their findings are provided within.
The Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety has reviewed all consultation submissions. The Mines Regulations, 2018 will come into effect on April 6, 2019.
The Ministry of Immigration and Career Training requested feedback from Saskatchewan employers, job seekers, and community partners on the National Job Bank service.
We want to know how you feel about wildfire safety. You can help us design more effective prevention programming by taking a short survey.
The Government has concluded consultations on the proposed Oil and Gas Emission Management Regulations.
The Government has concluded consultations on proposed new legislation called The Oil and Gas Conservation (Miscellaneous) Amendment Regulations.
The Government of Saskatchewan requested public feedback on regulations and policies as part of its review of The Outfitter and Guide Regulations, 2004.
The Government of Saskatchewan is seeking input from farmers/ranchers, landowners, stakeholders, First Nations, Métis communities, business people and interested citizens on how pasture land formerly used for the Saskatchewan Pastures Program will be owned and operated in the future.
This project collects, analyzes and reports on 18 post-secondary indicators.
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 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.
Information on Saskatchewan Provincial Park designations as they are purposed and in the consultation stages.
The Ministry of Advanced Education has concluded their consultation on two new degrees proposed by Saskatchewan Polytechnic.
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 Saskatchewan Ministry of Education solicited public feedback on the Report of Saskatchewan Public Libraries Engagement. The survey closed January 25, 2019. Thank you to everyone who provided feedback.
The Government of Saskatchewan sought public input on the need to consolidate the approach to trespass in Saskatchewan legislation.
The Disability Strategy will provide the framework to transform disability programs and services.
The Ministry of Environment is seeking feedback on the proposed amendments to the Hydrostatic Testing Chapter of the Saskatchewan Environmental Code. The amendments are being made in an effort to further reduce government red tape.
The Ministry of Health is requesting feedback from the public and industry stakeholders on proposed changes to the Saskatchewan Onsite Water Disposal Guide. Your input will help modernize requirements for the design and installation of private sewage works.
Preliminary planning is underway to set the general location around South Saskatoon, which will be used for future planning. A future freeway around the city would improve traffic flow, alleviate congestion and improve safety. A general route has been selected and for the North Freeway (Perimeter) Highway alignment.
Meeting targets from the Plan for Growth and addressing local priorities with one plan for action that puts students first.
The government is consulting with the oil and gas industry on proposed changes to the proposed changes to Directive R01.
The government is consulting with the oil and gas industry on proposed changes to Directive PNG010.
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 Government of Saskatchewan asked the public for feedback on a draft range plan for woodland caribou in the central portion of the province’s Boreal Plain (SK2 Central). The 60-day review period ran from October 30 to December 29, 2017.
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.
The Government of Saskatchewan collected feedback on the recommendations from the Workers’ Compensation Act Committee of Review on board structure and governance and appeals.
There are a number of major highways leading into the City of Yorkton and as the area grows and new development occurs, traffic will increase. A study is currently being conducted to plan future transportation infrastructure in the area and the Government of Saskatchewan wants to hear from you.
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