REGINA - The Saskatchewan government is now using electronic case management to keep track of children in the province's care.
Social Services Minister June Draude (DROWH'-dee) says Linkin replaces the paper-based system.
She says it provides front-line workers better access to information so they can spend more time working directly with at-risk children and families.
Saskatchewan has one of the country's highest number of children in care.
Over-crowded foster homes have been an issue.
Draude says electronic information on a child's case will be available to social services workers any time and anywhere.