Media Release from the Government Saskatchewan
2016 began with Saskatchewan posting one of the strongest rates of year over year job growth in Canada.
There were 5,200 more people working in Saskatchewan in January 2016 compared to January 2015. That's an employment growth rate of 0.9 per cent, third best in Canada and ahead of the national growth rate of 0.7 per cent. Six provinces lost jobs over the past year, including Alberta, which lost 38,100 jobs and Manitoba which lost 7,900 jobs.
Media Release from Elections Saskatchewan
Elections Saskatchewan reminds all eligible voters to ensure they are registered and on the voters list in advance of the April 4 provincial election.
"If you're an eligible voter, it's important to be on the voters list," says Dr. Michael Boda, Chief Electoral Officer of Saskatchewan. "Being on the voters list makes your voting experience easier and faster. Adding yourself to the list only takes a minute, and can be done over the phone or on our website."
Whether you're looking to grow your business or improve your level of efficiency, attachments can help
By Barb Feldman
On any jobsite around Saskatchewan today, contractors face challenges in completing their work – from cleaning up a future work area to keeping roads safe during the winter months to tearing up an aging highway to be able to pave a new one. While the jobs are diverse, so are the attachments that can help get the work done faster, safer and ...
Media Release from the Canadian Construction Association
The Canadian Construction Association (CCA) believes the release of Informing the Future: The 2016 Canadian Infrastructure Report Card demonstrates the urgent need for sustained strategic infrastructure investment across Canadian municipalities.
A big thanks to the SHCA members who attended our Mix and Mingle with the Candidates event on Jan. 21 at the Hotel Delta Regina.
The reception was a great opportunity for those in our industry to have face-to-face conversations with some of the individuals vying for votes in the upcoming provincial election on April 4.