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 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.
View a list of critical public services and allowable business services that can continue to operate in accordance with social distancing practices.
A plan to re-open the provincial economy.
Information to help businesses manage staffing and leave due to COVID-19.
The program provides a payment to small businesses that have been ordered to temporarily close or significantly curtail operations through a public health order to help control transmission of COVID-19. Payments are based on 15% of a business’s monthly revenue in either April 2019 or February 2020. Maximum payment is $5,000 per business.
The Saskatchewan Temporary Wage Supplement Program (STWSP) provides a temporary wage supplement to eligible lower income workers employed by an eligible essential care facility. The temporary supplement is $400 for each 4-week period up to 16 weeks, for the period from March 15, 2020 to July 4, 2020.
Federal and provincial support is available to assist businesses affected by COVID-19.
Federal and provincial support is available to help workers affected by COVID-19.
The guidance provided on this page is targeted at food retailers.
Guidance on client self-isolation for community-based organizations.
List of PPE suppliers to help Saskatchewan businesses source the PPE they need.
Check for updates to workplace requirements.
If you are a Saskatchewan business, innovator, or supplier and you think you have a solution that can help us fight COVID-19, you may direct your submission to email@example.com.
Frequently asked questions received by the Business Response Team.
Posters available for download to help communicate health and safety guidelines to your workers and customers.
Solid waste collection/disposal is an essential service in Saskatchewan. Here we provide municipalities with up-to-date information on how to keep citizens and employees safe as they continue to provide this critical service during the current COVID-19 public health emergency.
In response to COVID-19, the hours of service regulations for commercial truck drivers is being temporarily modified. As truck drivers are essential to the movement of goods they are also exempt from the 14-day isolation period after returning to Saskatchewan.
Due to the COVID-19 situation, the Ministry of Environment is implementing a temporary policy to provide enforcement discretion for environmental regulations at all industrial and municipal operations it regulates.