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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Sport and Recreation Organizations and Commissions

Active Saskatchewan A network of individuals and organizations focused on working together to create a province where physical activity is the cultural norm. Its mission is to lead, mobilize and build partnerships and networks to take action that inspires and supports people to move more.
Athletics Commission of Saskatchewan The Athletics Commission of Saskatchewan regulates professional combat sports in Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation The Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association is a non-profit organization, dedicated to the well-being of people and communities through recreation. The organization provides leadership, grant opportunities, support and services that positively contributes to recreation's impact on the quality of life for people in Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association In Saskatchewan, snowmobile registration fees collected by Saskatchewan Government Insurance have been given to the Saskatchewan Snowmobile Fund. These fees help the Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association and its member clubs maintain provincial snowmobile trails and promote safe snowmobiling. The Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association is responsible for this work through the Trail Management Agreement with the Government of Saskatchewan.
Sask Sport Sask Sport is a volunteer-led, non-profit organization and the federation for amateur sports in Saskatchewan. The sport federation's membership includes more than 70 sport and multi-sport service provincial organizations that deliver quality sport opportunities for Saskatchewan residents of all ages and abilities. Sask Sport also operates Saskatchewan Lotteries as the main fundraiser for more than 12,000 sport, culture and recreation groups in our province.

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