Last weekend, the Ovarian Cancer #walkofhope took place across Canada. . In Regina and Saskatoon, 450 walkers helped raise over $122,000 for Ovarian Cancer research. . Thanks to everyone who helped raise funds for a cause that is very dear to our family’s heart. . And a well-deserved congratulations to Anne Chase for receiving the Peggy Truscott Award. This award celebrates and acknowledges the dedication and extensive volunteering of an individual in support of the mission of @ovariancancercanada. . #ovariancancer #ovariancancerawareness #yqr #yxe
Moody’s has just confirmed Saskatchewan has the highest possible credit rating from Moody’s Investors Service: Aaa. . We remain on track with our three year plan to balance the budget.
Today Saskatchewan stands with our American neighbours. #NeverForget
It is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month in September, and Mason’s @makeawishca story is an inspiration to all of us. . The lasting impression he has left behind will bring joy and comfort to children who need it most for years to come. . #makeawish #cancer #childhoodcancerawareness #robots
Today is #worldsuicidepreventionday. Harvest can be an especially stressful time of year. . If you feel the need, please reach out and get help. The Farm Stress line (1-800-667-4442) and Healthline (811) are available 24/7. #wspd
A big congratulations to Langenburg country star @jessmoskaluke on winning your FOURTH CCMA nomination, this time for album of the year.. the first time this award has been won by a woman since 2004! . And Bart McKay of Saskatoon also brought home Keyboard Artist of the Year and Recording studio of the year CCMAs! . Great to see our Saskatchewan talent continue to do exceedingly well on the country music stage!
Wishing a joyful #roshhashanah to all celebrating in Saskatchewan. . May the new year bring abundant blessings to you and your family. Shanah Tovah! . #roshhashana #jewishnewyear #chagsameach
Everyone knows you win the #banjobowl by having the most picks. . #Repost @sskroughriders ・・・ That’s ✔️✔️✔️✔️ straight.
Canada may have lost 51,000 jobs but in Saskatchewan, jobs are growing. . Though there are significant national headwinds our industries face, we are thankful to our job creators for stepping up creating opportunity for more people at home.