www.prairiepost.com 4 - PRAIRIE POST - Friday, May 22, 2020 LESLIE/GLAS;BORNTOSARAHLESLIE ANDDANIELGLASOFVALMARIE,A BABYBOYBORNAPRIL30,2020 BENJAMIN/WADE;BORNTOCHANTELLE ANDKEITHWADEOFFISKE,ABABY BOYBORNAPRIL30,2020 MICHAUD;BORNTOCHELSEAAND SCOTTMICHAUDOFSWIFTCURRENT, ABABYGIRLBORNAPRIL29,2020 ENTZ;BORNTOAMANDAANDJASONENTZ OFVANGUARD,ABABYBOYBORN MAY4,2020 KRIENKE;BORNTORHONDAANDJASON KRIENKEOFSWIFTCURRENT,ABABYBOY BORNMAY4,2020 RUTHERFORD;BORNTOSTEPHANIEAND MICHAELRUTHERFORDOFSWIFTCURRENT, ABABYGIRLBORNMAY3,2020 JAMESKOOP/KOOP;BORNTOCHANTELLE JAMESKOOPANDDAVIDKOOPOFSWIFT CURRENT,ABABYBOYBORNAPRIL28,2020 CHICKOSKI;BORNTOKIMBERLEYAND CHANCECHICKOSKIOFSWIFTCURRENT, ABABYBOYBORNMAY6,2020 SMART FLOWERS FRESH FLOWERS. FRESH IDEAS. 306.773.2941 • smartflowers.ca 2020 COVID-19 has changed the way we do things. I want to thank all Saskatchewan people for their adaptability and for doing their very best to help flatten the curve and prevent the spread of this virus. and services as communities see fit. get back to business, and helping families and communities bounce back from the impacts of COVID-19. A new $2 billion infrastructure stimulus is also designed to encourage local job creation and support our province’s economic recovery. This includes $150 million in a per capita payment through a new Municipal Economic Enhancement Program to support infrastructure projects across the province. This is in addition to $5.5 billion in planned infrastructure investment to schools, hospitals, highways, municipal infrastructure, Crown utility and other important projects. Saskatchewan.ca is your best resource for accurate details of the COVID-19 pandemic and government’s response. You can find up-to-date information on testing, public health orders, self-isolation tips, news releases and travel information. Responding to and recovering from COVID-19 remains the top priority of the Government of Saskatchewan. As you know, we have been looking at the best ways to re-open and restart our economy while protecting residents. We have introduced a staged approach that is working well so far. Health-related inquiries should be directed to HealthLine 811 while non-health-related questions can be directed to the Saskatchewan Public Safety Agency at 1-855-559-5502. As always, public inquiries can also be directed to COVID19@health.gov.sk.ca. Our government remains committed to working with businesses through COVID-19 as we begin to methodically re-open our economy. The Saskatchewan Small Business Emergency Payment has been extended to businesses who still need to remain closed or significantly curtail operations after May 19, 2020. In total, the $7.5 billion stimulus balances smaller short-term projects that can start sooner and get people back to work more quickly with larger projects that will involve several sectors. The safety of workers and communities is paramount which is why work sites will be required to follow all physical distancing measures and restrictions through all five phases of our ReOpen Saskatchewan Plan. Jim Reiter MLA for Rosetown-n-Elrose 306-882-4105 email@example.com As part of our COVID-19 response, the Government of Saskatchewan is fast-tracking a record $278 million in municipal revenue sharing. This stable, consistent, no strings attached funding can be invested in programs Increased investment in infrastructure will build a strong Saskatchewan by helping more workers get back on the job, helping more companies Saskatchewan Party MLA - Report from the Legislature PRINTED AND DISTRIBUTED BY PRESSREADER PressReader.com +1 604 278 4604 ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY COPYRIGHT AND PROTECTED BY APPLICABLE LAW
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