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Saturday, October 25, 2014
Saskatchewan

We're building a new website to better serve you online. It's not finished yet, but we've got many sections that are ready for you to see. The new website is easier to use with improved search functionality and easy-to-follow instructions.

GeoSask provides online access to different types of maps and geographic information related to Saskatchewan land from across various government sources.

We've got a good job in the health care field just waiting for you.  Find out who is hiring and where! 

Responsible for the administration of land titles, vital statistics, land survey, personal property and corporate registries, as well as related geographic information.

Thinking of ways to make your home more energy efficient? The Saskatchewan EnerGuide for Houses program is here to help!

This website will help you make an informed decision about choosing Saskatchewan as your new home.

Saskatchewan libraries have always played an essential role in the educational, recreational and cultural lives of the province. Find out how to get a library card, borrow materials, get Internet training and more!

Savings Bonds are sold annually in June to Saskatchewan residents.  The five year bonds have a minimum interest rate and are redeemable annually or on the death of the bondholder.

SaskJobs provides online services for both job seekers and employers. Job seekers looking for career opportunities in Saskatchewan can search a comprehensive job bank and post a resume for employers to view. Employers can post their jobs on-line, as well as search the SaskJobs resume bank to find the perfect person for the position.

The Government of Saskatchewan's surplus asset sale website where you can view and bid on government surplus vehicles and equipment for sale.

Once known as "The World's Bread Basket" because of our wheat, Saskatchewan has transformed from a single-crop economy to a powerhouse of thriving sectors. Find out more about Saskatchewan opportunities and innovations that are changing your future. 



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