Premier Clark announces upcoming changes to the public service - February 9, 2016
Premier Christy Clark today announced upcoming changes to key positions in the BC Public Service.
Canada's Toughest Impaired Driving Penalties Start Sept. 20 - July 28, 2010
Police across the province will be out in force in September armed with the toughest laws and penalties in the country to get impaired drivers off B.C.'s roads faster and for longer periods of time, Solicitor General Michael de Jong, QC, announced today.
B.C. Introduces Canada's Toughest Impaired Driving Laws - April 27, 2010
The Province is introducing Canada's most immediate and severe impaired driving penalties to save lives, curb repeat offenders and give police more enforcement tools, Solicitor General Michael de Jong, QC, announced today.
B.C.'s Motor Vehicle Act to Change - April 27, 2010
The Province introduced a number of changes to the Motor Vehicle Act (MVA) today to enhance road safety and streamline administrative processes.
Final Countdown to Cell Phone Ban While Driving - December 21, 2009
B.C. drivers have just 11 days to change their driving behaviours and comply with new cellphone rules to enhance road safety in the province, Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General Kash Heed said today.
Seriously, Saskatchewan - put down the cellphones! - April 24, 2017
SGI customers can now print their own vehicle registration - February 9, 2016
SGI is enhancing convenience for customers with changes to vehicle registration certificates.
#HeadsUp Saskatchewan: police watching for distracted drivers in February - February 1, 2016
Distracted driving is the traffic safety spotlight for the month of February.
Police catch 308 impaired drivers in December - January 21, 2016
More than 300 impaired drivers were stopped by police during December’s province-wide traffic safety spotlight on impaired driving.
Statement - Minister Garneau tables the Canada Transportation Act Review Report - February 25, 2016
Over a period of 18 months, the Review undertook a broad examination and heard from more than 300 Canadian transportation and trade stakeholders, including provinces and territories, to ensure that the national transportation system continues to support Canada's international competitiveness, trade, and prosperity.