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"Biomonitoring" or the laboratory analysis of body fluids can be used to identify the presence of certain chemicals in humans. Learn more about the results of the Northern Saskatchewan Prenatal Biomonitoring Study.
Get the latest wildfire information. Check fire hazards and get smoke information for the province. Request wildfire assistance.
Information for building owners, designers, municipalities, building officials, fire services, and other government units, to construct safe and healthy buildings and facilities.
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Use this contact mapping tool to find a Ministry of Environment field, forest or environmental protection office nearest you.
Find information on programs available such as fire service and emergency management training and public education in fire safety and emergency preparedness.
Find out what to do if you are having problems with wildlife. Learn about fish and wildlife diseases and invasive species in Saskatchewan.
Learn more about food safety in restaurants, food processing facilities and slaughter plants.
Learn about recycling, reducing waste and greenhouse gas emissions.
Apply for disaster assistance and financial aid for citizens and businesses recovering from a natural disaster.
Learn about recent public health advisories.
Learn more about public disclosure regulations, and read the listing of current public notifications.
View the State of the Environment Report to get accessible, objective and comprehensive information to improve our understanding of the environment.
Contact our 24-hour, seven day a week TIP service if you notice any fishing, wildlife or environmental resource violations.
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