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Upgraded Sask. gov’t website offers residents better access to online resources

The Government of Saskatchewan’s newly overhauled online Publications Centre has gone live, improving online resources to the public.
The Government of Saskatchewan’s newly overhauled online Publications Centre has gone live, improving online resources to the public. Elise Amendola / The Canadian Press

Saskatchewan residents now have better access to legislation and other important documents through a newly-overhauled government website.

The province’s online Publication Centre is live, offering greater access to mobile devices and features better searchability with an improved ordering process.

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Users will have the ability to create and manage their personal account where they can view order statuses and history along with printing invoices.

“We hope that these improvements will increase citizen engagement and access to justice,” Don Morgan, the province’s justice minister and attorney general, said Tuesday.

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Account users will still be able to download, view, print and order certain government document online.

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The updated website can found here.