Learn more about COVID-19 in Saskatchewan. Daily case numbers and information for businesses and workers.
The Re-Open Saskatchewan plan was released on April 23rd.
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Find a government service and access your Saskatchewan Account.
Services are available for people who can no longer live independently, or need assistance to do so. Many of these services are used primarily by seniors, but there are people of all ages who qualify for assistance.
Learn about dementia supports and services in Saskatchewan.
The SHC Life Lease Program provides moderate-income senior individuals and couples with affordable housing in exchange for a deposit and monthly occupancy fee.
Seniors can apply for financial assistance to help with the cost of living in a licensed personal care home.
Find information about government programs and services that are of particular interest to seniors.
The Social Housing Program provides safe, adequate housing to eligible people with low incomes.
The Affordable Housing Program offers rental housing to individuals and families in select rural and northern communities.
Find information about caregiving, aging in place and financial planning on the Government of Canada Seniors Forum website.
A plan for Saskatchewan residents 65 and older which allows them to pay a maximum of $25 for prescription drugs covered by the government.
Senior citizens who have little or no income can receive financial assistance to help meet their basic needs.
The Seniors Housing Program provides seniors in small communities who have moderate income and assets access to Government housing programs.
September 27 - October 3, 2020, has been declared Seniors’ Week in Saskatchewan. This special week encourages all of us to come together to recognize how important seniors are every day in every community.
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