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Legislation List Using "training"

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  D-17 Reg 10 - The Health Professions Training Bursary Regulations
(Publications Saskatchewan) under The Department of Health Act, which was renamed The Health Administration Act (H-0.0001).
  D-22.01 Reg 1 - The Training Programs Regulations
(Publications Saskatchewan) formerly under The Department of Post-Secondary Education and Skills Training Act, 2000, which was renamed P-16.11 - Post-Secondary Education and Skills Training Act. This Regulation remains in force under The Post-Secondary Education and Skills Training Act.
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  G-5.1 Reg 80 - The Training Allowance Regulations
(Publications Saskatchewan) formerly under The Government Organization Act (G-5.1) which was repealed by Chapter E-13.1 of the Statutes of Saskatchewan, 2014 (effective August 15, 2014).
These Regulations continue in force under The Executive Government Administration Act (E-13.1).
  G-5.1 Reg 85 - The Skills Training Benefit Regulations
(Publications Saskatchewan) formerly under The Government Organization Act (G-5.1) which was repealed by Chapter E-13.1 of the Statutes of Saskatchewan, 2014 (effective August 15, 2014).
These Regulations continue in force under The Executive Government Administration Act (E-13.1).
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  P-15.01 Reg 2 - The Municipal Police Training Regulations, 1991
(Publications Saskatchewan) under The Police Act, 1990
  P-16.11 - The Post-Secondary Education and Skills Training Act
(Publications Saskatchewan) An Act respecting the Post-Secondary Education and Skills Training
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  S-3 Reg 1 - The Sale of Training Courses Regulations
(Publications Saskatchewan) under The Sale of Training Courses Act
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T
  T-18.1 Reg 9 - The Driver Training Regulations, 2011
(Publications Saskatchewan) under The Traffic Safety Act
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W
  W-13.1 Reg 11 - The Dog Training Regulations, 1982
(Publications Saskatchewan) under The Wildlife Act
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