Building a better quality of life

The 2024-25 Budget provides support for arts and culture, sport and recreation, as well as our rich history. We are passionate about this province and foster that passion in others.

Budget highlights include:

Investing in Saskatchewan Parks

  • $15 million for capital and infrastructure improvements at provincial parks in Saskatchewan, including.
    • A new service centre at Nut Point Campground in Lac La Ronge Provincial Park;
    • Bike trail development and multi-use trail improvements at Buffalo Pound Provincial Park;
    • Major road improvements and resurfacing at Pike Lake Provincial Park; and
    • Water system upgrades at Narrow Hills Provincial Park and Moose Mountain Provincial Park.
  • Doubling the regional parks grant to $1.2 million, an increase of $615,000.
  • $1.4 million for urban parks.

Investing in Arts, Culture, Heritage and Sports

  • More than $40 million to support arts, culture, heritage and sports, including:
    • $2.1-million increase for the Community Initiatives Fund – increasing it to almost $8.5 million;
    • $17.3 million for Creative Saskatchewan;
    • $6.7 million for the Saskatchewan Arts Board;
    • $5.5 million for the Saskatchewan Science Centre and heritage institutions; and
    • $3.1 million for the Royal Saskatchewan Museum.