Thursday, 16 March 2017 09:27

Some provincial service fees are going up

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Certain fees and charges paid by residents of Saskatchewan will change in 2017-18 to reflect the cost of related provincial services.

The changes will add about $8.7 million to the General Revenue Fund (GRF) and $886,500 to the Fish and Wildlife Development Fund in 2017-18.

Approximately $1.1 million will also be raised to assist in recovering the cost of services provided by eHealth and the Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority for the coming fiscal year.

The attached summary outlines the changes and provides contact information for each ministry or agency.

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