The Saskatchewan Legislature will resume in a modified way starting next month.
The Legislative Assembly will meet for 14 days, from June 15 to July 3, with sittings Monday to Friday each week, with the exception of Canada Day.
Ten members of the governing Saskatchewan Party and five members of the Opposition NDP will be in the Assembly in order to ensure safe physical distancing.
The 2020-21 provincial budget will be tabled on June 15, with 60 hours of debate on the document in the following days, and the final vote on it will take place on July 2.
While the budget will be the main priority, the province says other legislative business will be conducted with time permitting.