The Saskatchewan government has restored the Saskjobs website.
The job information was integrated into a federal website and the provincial website was removed at the start of the month.
Trade minister Jeremy Harrison says there are legitimate concerns about the user friendliness of the national job bank and the SaskJobs.ca website is back in service.
He says it will be maintained for six months while there is a transition to a national jobs bank.
The NDP says the federal website did not have the correct numbers of jobs available in Saskatchewan.
Also in the legislature, The NDP is raising concern about support for the northern community of La Loche.
This week a judge expressed concern about services in La Loche during a sentence hearing for a young man who killed four people in the community two years ago.
Opposition leader Ryan Meili echoed those worries in the legislature.
Premier Scott Moe says more needs to be done but the province has provided 4 million dollars in the school, school counsellors have risen from two to five, administrative supports were increased, and there is additional funding for the community healing plan.
Moe adds there is more funding for mental health, first aid training, investments in the La Loche Friendship Centre and other educational supports.