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Find services and information for Saskatchewan residents and visitors.
Find services and information for doing business in Saskatchewan.
Find how the Government of Saskatchewan governs and serves the province.
Find a government service and access your Saskatchewan Account.
Learn how to identify bedbugs, prevent bedbugs from entering your home and how to eliminate a bedbug infestation in your home or building.
Find environmental health legislation, regulations and standards.
Preparing for a possible flood can reduce the potential for property damage and loss and increase personal safety.
Learn how severe smoke events can affect individuals, who is the most at risk and how to protect yourself.
Learn how air quality is evaluated and what it means for your health.
Get details on air quality monitoring, current readings in your community and the potential impacts from pollutants as well as vehicle emissions.
Learn about health risks, regulations, inspections and how to file a complaint on services such as hair cutting/styling, manicures/pedicures, electrolysis, tanning, body piercing and tattooing.
Information about plumbing and private sewage regulations.
In confined spaces, such as basements, radon can accumulate to high levels and become a health hazard. Learn more on how you can reduce radon levels within your home.
Learn more about swimming pool and recreational water safety.
The Saskatchewan Health Authority is responsible for regulating public water supplies (such as rural municipal wells, tourism accommodations, small campgrounds) that are not regulated by the Ministry of Environment through The Health Hazard Regulations.
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