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News Releases about Ukraine

Ukrainian Students to Receive Post-Secondary Education Support
May 11, 2023

Career Fair in Regina Focusing on New Arrivals From Ukraine
April 5, 2023

Government Welcomes Fifth Flight of Ukrainians Displaced by War
March 27, 2023

Fifth Flight Carrying Displaced Ukrainians to Arrive in Saskatchewan March 27
March 13, 2023

Career Fair in Saskatoon Open for All Newcomers
November 29, 2022

Fourth Ukraine Humanitarian Flight Landing in Saskatoon
November 23, 2022

Saskatchewan Commemorates Holodomor
November 22, 2022

Fourth Flight of Ukrainians Filled in Under Four Days
November 18, 2022

Fourth Flight Carrying Displaced Ukrainians to Arrive in Saskatchewan
November 10, 2022

Career Fair for Newcomers to Saskatchewan
November 1, 2022

Settlement Reception Centre Open to All Newcomers
October 26, 2022

More Ukrainian Citizens Set to Arrive in Saskatchewan
October 25, 2022

Third Flight of Displaced Ukrainians Planned for Saskatchewan
October 11, 2022

Saskatchewan to Provide Child Income Support Benefits to Ukrainian-Newcomers
October 5, 2022

Saskatchewan Providing Tuition-Free Education for Displaced Ukrainian Students
October 5, 2022

Saskatchewan Grants Ukrainian Newcomers with Eligibility for Employer-Driven Training
August 15, 2022

Saskatchewan Continues to Help Displaced Ukrainians Fleeing the War
August 12, 2022

Saskatchewan Welcomes 200 Ukrainian Citizens
August 10, 2022

Saskatchewan Prepares to Welcome More Ukrainian Citizens
August 3, 2022

Flight With 230 Ukrainian Citizens Landing in Saskatchewan
July 3, 2022

SaskTel Donating $50,000 to Ukrainian Canadian Congress to Support Ukrainians Settling in Saskatchewan
June 29, 2022

SGI to enable exchange of Ukrainian driver's licences (SGI)
June 8, 2022

Saskatchewan Ready to Welcome Displaced Ukrainians
April 27, 2022

New Partnership to Help Ukrainians Come to Canada (
April 20, 2022

Saskatchewan Delegation Heading to Germany to Support Displaced Ukrainians
April 4, 2022

Saskatchewan Commits $335,000 for Settlement Supports for Displaced Ukrainian Families
March 8, 2022

Government of Saskatchewan Introduces Motion of Support for Ukraine
March 7, 2022

Saskatchewan Opening Doors to Ukrainians
March 2, 2022

Government of Saskatchewan Continues Efforts to Support Ukraine
February 28, 2022

Government of Saskatchewan Donates to Humanitarian Aid for Ukraine
January 31, 2022

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