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Sask.'s hospitality sector has become a COVID long-hauler. We all need to work together to drive the recovery
The fourth wave of COVID-19 has been the worst-case scenario for Saskatchewan. On top of the human cost, it has been devastating for the Saskatchewan hospitality sector.
Regina man charged with threatening premier, government official in email about COVID-19 measures
Tobechi Okwuonu, 38, is charged with uttering threats after police say he threatened the lives and safety of Premier Scott Moe and an official from the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health in an email about the pandemic and health-related mandates.
Sask. woman celebrates 51st birthday by plunging into 51 provincial lakes
A Saskatoon woman decided that celebrating her birthday with candles wasn’t enough. She instead chose to plunge, dip, float and swim in 51 of the province’s lakes.
COVID-19 in Sask.: As new case numbers trend downward, province sets ICU record
While new COVID-19 case counts declined in Saskatchewan Monday, health officials recorded 85 patients with the virus under intensive care — the most the province has seen since the pandemic began.
86% of Sask. gov't employees say they're fully vaccinated against COVID-19
The vast majority of Government of Saskatchewan employees say they're fully vaccinated against COVID-19, according to the Public Service Commission.
6 Saskatchewan ICU patients with COVID-19 being transferred to Ontario
1 resident dead in COVID-19 outbreak at Regina's Marian Chateau retirement home
Pelican Lake First Nation woman dead after weekend rollover in west-central Sask.
Pfizer asks Health Canada to approve COVID-19 vaccine for kids 5 to 11 years old
Demand prompts Sask. to remove list of locations to get COVID-19 self-testing kits
Regina sisters create podcast to help others reclaim Indigenous identity
Métis chef excited to be part of Canada's largest food and film festival
Saskatoon councillors looking into writing own bylaw on COVID-19 gathering limits
Little Mosque on the Prairie creator Zarqa Nawaz publishing first novel, read an excerpt now
Train derails near Silton, Sask., spilling potash
More than 1 million people visited Saskatchewan's provincial parks this year
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