Adam Hunter is the provincial affairs reporter at CBC Saskatchewan, based in Regina. He has been with CBC for 13 years. He hosts the CBC podcast On the Ledge. Follow him on Twitter @AHiddyCBC. Contact him: email@example.com
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Don't call us, we'll call you: Sask. sheds light on vaccination plan for people aged 70-plus
Saskatchewan's premier took to social media Wednesday to provide more detail on how his government is reaching out to residents 70 and older who are eligible for a vaccine as part of its Phase 1 plan.
Sask. senior anxious to get 1st dose of COVID-19 vaccine, wants appointment process made clearer
Mary Lou Onyskevitch is like many other seniors in Saskatchewan: she is waiting for her first dose of vaccine. She wants to government to make its Phase 1 vaccine delivery plan for eligible seniors clearer.
Sask. tweaks testing recommendations in response to concern over variants
Saskatchewan health officials made two changes to COVID-19 testing guidelines this week and both signal a concern for the potential threat variants pose to the province.
Manitoba, B.C. vaccination strategies include plans for health-care workers left out in Sask.'s Phase 1
The Saskatchewan government's vaccination plan has similarities to plans released in B.C. and Manitoba, but some distinct differences as well.
Meili calls Moe's lockdown comment 'slap in the face' to health-care workers and those grieving, sick
Saskatchewan Opposition Leader Ryan Meili says Premier Scott Moe's comment that some asking for lockdowns have the ability to work from home is a "slap in the face" to health-care and essential workers.
Sask. to announce vaccination plan details Tuesday
Saskatchewan residents will receive more details about the province's COVID-19 vaccination plan on Tuesday.
Sask. government focused on pressing Ottawa for vaccination answers
The Saskatchewan government has focused on the federal government amid uncertainty about vaccine supply and questions about the rollout plan in the province.
Pandemic leads to 'dramatic increase' in youth needing treatment for eating disorders, Sask. doctors say
Two Saskatchewan doctors who treat children with eating disorders say the pandemic has increased patients — and those they are seeing are younger than a typical year.
Sask. holds line on less-stringent restrictions than other Prairie provinces
Saskatchewan has extended COVID-19 restrictions for three more weeks and its premier says no additional measures are needed.
Dr. Shahab vows not to let protest outside home distract him
Saskatchewan's chief medical health officer Dr. Saqib Shahab will continue his work unabated after protests escalated to a new level on Saturday when a group of people stood with signs outside his Regina home.