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The Government of Saskatchewan concluded its invasive mussel monitoring program for another year with no confirmed findings of invasive mussels in 90 waterbodies sampled throughout the province.

Please be advised that a temporary disruption to emergency outpatient services will be implemented at the Leader Hospital during the following timelines:

As 2017 has passed, the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is highlighting top stories from its operations in Saskatchewan.

Thursday, 04 January 2018 09:24

9-1-1- tips for the New Year

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If you unwrapped a new smart phone recently on Christmas Day, Sask911 reminds you to do your part to protect the integrity of the 911 system by making sure you understand how your high-tech gift accesses emergency services.

Daily natural gas consumption in the province has set another new record of 1.50 PetaJoules (PJ) of natural gas.

Efforts to keep zebra and quagga mussels out of Saskatchewan lakes and waterways might be hampered by a mistaken belief among lake users that these aquatic invasive species have already entered water bodies in the province.

The Government of Saskatchewan is encouraging campers to start planning for the 2018 camping season.

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