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More than $520,000 invested to ensure newborns in Saskatchewan are screened for hearing loss

As part of the April 10, 2018 provincial budget, the Government of Saskatchewan announced an investment of more than $520,000 this year in a new program to ensure that babies born in Saskatchewan hospitals are screened for hearing loss. This investment in Saskatchewan’s future generations…

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The Goverment of Saskatchewan's Summer Student Program is hiring

The Ministry of Social Services is launching a new initiative to increase the representation of people experiencing disability among the summer student workforce in 2018. The Government of Saskatchewan is the largest summer student employer in the province and the Ministry of Social Services…

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Enabling Accessibility Fund

“Our communities are stronger and everyone benefits when all members of society are included. The Enabling Accessibility Fund aims to do just that, and plays an important role in making sure that Canadians of all abilities are fully included in their workplaces and communities. ” …

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March 21 - International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination

On March 21, 1960, sixty-nine people were killed when police officers opened fire on a group peacefully protesting Apartheid in South Africa. The event that came to be known as the Sharpeville Massacre captured worldwide attention. So much so, that, in 1966, the General Assembly of the United…

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International Women's Day 2018

Every year on this date — March 8 — people in Saskatchewan and around the world recognize International Women’s Day. The theme for this year is, “Time is Now: Rural and urban activists transforming women’s lives.” This year’s observance comes at a time when…

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