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Thursday, April 24, 2014

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Today, Government Relations Minister Jim Reiter officially proclaimed April 13 to 19 as Emergency Telecommunicators Week in Saskatchewan to celebrate the people working on the front lines of telecommunications emergency dispatching.

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2014 Emergency Flood Damage Reduction Program Now Available
Today, Minister responsible for the Water Security Agency (WSA) Ken Cheveldayoff released the April forecast for spring runoff and announced the 2014 Emergency Flood Damage Reduction Program.

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Saskatchewan’s municipalities are receiving $394.6 million in direct provincial support in this year’s Provincial Budget to build communities and enhance the quality of life for their residents.  That’s up $32.8 million or 9.1 per cent from the 2013-14 Budget and up $152.7 million or 63.1 per cent from the 2007-08 Budget.

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The 2014-15 Provincial Budget continues the Saskatchewan government’s strong support of programs and partnership initiatives that improve the quality of life for First Nations and Métis people.

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Certain fees and charges administered by the Ministries of Economy, Environment, Government Relations, Justice, and Parks, Culture and Sport, as well as Saskatchewan Government Insurance and the Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority will change in 2014-15. Click here for summary

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