Premier Brad Wall signed two separate proclamations recognizing 2009 in Saskatchewan as the 100th Anniversary Year of both the Cadet Instructor Cadre (CIC) and the Last Post Fund.
MLA's and staff grew mustaches to raise money for the fight against prostate cancer. For more information about the campaign, click here.
Corrections, Public Safety and Policing Minister D.F. (Yogi) Huyghebaert signed a Letter of Understanding with the RCMP for the use of a full-time drug dog in our provincial correctional centres.
Premier Brad Wall held a special luncheon to recognize the 11 inaugural recipients of the Saskatchewan Scholarship of Honour, which shows our admiration and respect for the sacrifices of Saskatchewan men and women serving in the Canadian Forces.
Premier Wall attended the Riders send off rally and declared the seven days leading up to the Grey Cup to be "Green Week" in Saskatchewan.
The Premier greeted High School students from Regina on the steps of the legislature. The students were running a torch across Canada to raise awareness about the importance of organ donation.
Members from the government, armed forces and public gathered at the legislature to give thanks and remember the fallen.
The Premier gave a speech and met with delegates from across North America for the Prairie Northwest Economic Region conference, held at the Hotel Saskatchewan in Regina. Representatives included members from other provinces, the US senate, congress and business leaders.
2010 was proclaimed the Year of the Metis, a celebration of a people, culture, language and history.