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Saskatchewan Polytechnic is pleased to announce the launch of the Saskatchewan Polytechnic School of Continuing Education. The school will focus on meeting the needs of the local business community by providing training solutions tailored towards industries in which professional training is in high demand. The School of Continuing Education brings together internal expertise to advance professional development programs, corporate training and micro-credential offerings. Courses are market-driven and consistently updated to reflect emerging trends and best practices.
Election Day is Oct. 26
The vote by mail application deadline is Oct. 15 – however you decide to vote, please do so safely.
SHCA’s president, Shantel Lipp, was recently featured on the Women for Saskatchewan website, discussing the growth of Saskatchewan, the recent announcement from the Saskatchewan Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure that tenders for upcoming projects reached a record $437.4 million and the role that the heavy construction industry plays in rebounding the province’s economy after COVID-19.
SHCA is proud to partner with Regina & Region Homebuilders, Regina Construction Association, Saskatchewan Realtors Association and the Regina Chamber of Commerce on the Keep Regina Growing Campaign.
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Road improvements are coming to 55 rural municipalities across Saskatchewan thanks to $16.5 million in funding from the provincial government’s two-year, $7.5 billion infrastructure stimulus plan.
It’s not often we have the opportunity to praise the federal government for initiatives that will greatly help western provinces.