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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 Ministry of the Education sought 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 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.
The Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety gathered input on possible regulatory changes to The Occupational Health and Safety Regulations, 1996 to align specific personal protective equipment requirements with those being adopted across Canada
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 Energy and Resources has concluded consultation with the oil and gas industry on The Pipelines Administration and Licensing Regulations and Directive PNG034: Saskatchewan Pipelines Code.
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.
The Ministry of Energy and Resources has concluded consultations on proposed new regulations regarding interest charges assessed on late payments of royalties, rents, taxes and other fees owing to the Crown.
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.
Saskatchewan recently sought comments from the public on the review of The Fisheries Regulations to make sure they’re still relevant and appropriate, and to eliminate as much red tape as possible. The public was asked to take a short survey about these regulations and their impact on them. The survey is now closed.
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.
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.