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Ontario, B.C. lift pandemic capacity limits as Saskatchewan struggles

Although Canada is not out of the pandemic yet, parts of British Columbia and Ontario are lifting their COVID-19 capacity limits as of...

Canadian military to provide COVID-19 support in Saskatchewan

Front-line workers battling the fourth wave of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan are about to get some much-needed help from the Canadian military. In a tweet...

Doctor, NDP say politics guide Saskatchewan government’s COVID-19 response

An infectious disease physician and the official opposition both believe politics guide the Saskatchewan government’s response to COVID-19. Both spoke a day after Premier...

Advocates discuss effects of housing insecurity being seen throughout Saskatchewan

As Camp Marjorie, Regina’s tent city in Core Community Park, is now in its second week, it shows no signs of slowing down,...

Saskatchewan health minister urges flu shot, faces questions about province’s COVID-19 situation

As the province continues to battle the latest wave of COVID-19, Saskatchewan Health Minister Paul Merriman was at a pharmacy in Regina on...

Operation Red Nose not offering Saskatchewan safe ride service in 2021

The safe ride service Operation Red Nose will not operate in Saskatchewan for the second year in a row. The non-profit organization said it...

Mike Babcock returns to his roots as University of Saskatchewan Huskies head coach

Mike Babcock is one of the most successful coaches in hockey history, but his time with the NHL ended in controversy. Now, he’s...

‘Life changer’: Saskatchewan amputee raising awareness about new procedure

A Saskatchewan amputee wants to raise awareness about a procedure he says has greatly improved his quality of life. Ron Patterson is now the first...

COVID-19: Saskatchewan ordering more rapid test kits, may look for other options as demand grows

The province’s largest school divisions said in many cases there’s more demand for rapid tests than kits to go home with students to...

Saskatchewan store owner says province’s highway work is ruining business

Laurie Thorsen says the Saskatchewan government‘s road work will ruin his business. Thorsen has owned Full Circle Service Station, about 35 km north of...
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‘Let us dance’: Event organizers contend with cancellations due to no dancing rules

Live event organizers and entertainers claim many big-revenue clients have been cancelling live event bookings in large numbers after newly-announced provincial guidelines lifted...
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Neha Kakkar shares ‘surreal’ photos from first wedding anniversary celebration

Singer Neha Kakkar on Monday shared a lovely glimpse of her first wedding anniversary celebration on Instagram. The beautiful pictures featured Neha along with...

Jobs, COVID-19 on the agenda as fall Alberta legislature sitting set to begin

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted October 25, 2021 9:34 am     Updated October 25, 2021 9:37 am Smaller font Descrease article font...

T20 World Cup | After historic high against India, Pakistan takes on New Zealand

Babar's team would be eyeing another big scalp in New Zealand, the team which recently withdrew from a scheduled series against Pakistan after...