Source: Jonathan Guignard, Global News, April 18, 2019 

The Saskatchewan and Canadian governments signed a 10-year housing agreement on Thursday, ensuring affordable housing will continue to be offered to those who need it.

The deal was reached under the National Housing Strategy (NHS) and will invest more than $450 million to protect, renew and expand social and community housing across the province.

“This agreement is an outstanding example of how governments have more impact when they co-operate and work together,” said Paul Merriman, social services minister and minister responsible for the Saskatchewan Housing Corporation.

Read full article here…