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Find how the Government of Saskatchewan governs and serves the province.
Find a government service and access your My Government Online Services account.
Apply for a variety of licences including, electrical, gas, and licences for private investigators/security guards.
Learn more about standards, wages and pay, layoffs and terminations for employers and employees.
Looking for an apprenticeship? The Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission can help.
Find job openings and learn about career opportunities in Saskatchewan.
Search the map, or enter your postal code to find the nearest Labour Market Service office near you.
Saskatchewan offers job opportunities in a variety of skilled trades and professional occupations. Learn more about finding work, licensing requirements for regulated occupations and becoming familiar with Saskatchewan workplaces.
Find programs and funding to assist in developing the skills needed to prepare for, find, and maintain a job.
Find information on the Office of the Workers Advocate and when to contact the Workers' Compensation Board after an injury.
Learn more about providing a safe work environment and staying safe on the job.
The Youth at Work programs are targeted to young workers to increase awareness and understanding of what constitutes a safe, healthy, productive, and respectful workplace.
Labour Market Services sites throughout the province provide career and employment services to Saskatchewan people in need of information on career and job opportunities, as well as training and education.
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