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Saskatchewan introduced new services for displaced Ukrainians

The Government of Saskatchewan introduced a number of supports and services for Ukrainian individuals and families to help them settle in the province. The province currently prioritizes applications from Ukrainian citizens and accepts them under the International Skilled Worker categories of the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program (SINP). Saskatchewan also works with the Ukrainian Canadian Congress (UCC) to provide Ukrainians with the most urgent information, services, and supports they need. In addition, the province also published guidelines for Ukrainian newcomers regarding the registration for a Health Card or school and childcare, obtaining a bank account or a driving license, or acquiring other services provided by the province.

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