Alexander Quon

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Alexander Quon was born and raised in Regina, Saskatchewan. He has an interest in data reporting and political coverage and started at CBC Saskatchewan in 2021 after spending the first four years of his career in Atlantic Canada.

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Saskatchewan halts organ donation program due to COVID-19 surge

Health officials confirmed the news on Thursday. 
Analysis

COVID-19 vaccination rate continues to rise after proof-of-vaccine announcement in Sask.

More than half of the 19,000 doses administered over the past six days have been first shots.

Sask. doctor calls for lockdown as COVID-19 begins pushing ICUs to the limit

Over the weekend and Monday, Saskatchewan broke records of daily case counts, hospitalizations and the number of patients with COVID-19 in intensive care. 

Vaccinations climbing in Sask. after COVID-19 crackdown, initial data shows

COVID-19 vaccination numbers have begun to climb since Premier Scott Moe announced mandatory masking and proof-of-vaccination policies on Thursday. 
Analysis

Data on COVID-19 cases among Sask. children should send message about need for vaccination: expert

"I would say that it's probably a message to individuals that have children, and who are not vaccinated and who are eligible for vaccination, that they should go out and get vaccinated," said microbiologist Joseph Blondeau.

Quiet removal of Regina's John A. Macdonald statue motivated by security concerns: documents

The statue of Sir John A. Macdonald is now stored at the Chrysler Building in the City of Regina's Parks Yard.

Police investigating after Regina-Wascana Liberal candidate reports having dog feces thrown at him

Regina-Wascana candidate Sean McEachern says he was harassed, threatened and then had dog feces thrown at his car.

How StatsCan tried to make you 'Take A Minute' and fill in your census through music playlists

Statistics Canada employed Spotify and YouTube playlists in an attempt to connect Canadians with the census.

Breakthrough COVID-19 deaths are happening in Saskatchewan, so what does it all mean?

Nine of the 22 people who died from COVID-19 in Saskatchewan last month were fully vaccinated. Most of those who died despite their vaccinations were over the age of 60, according to the provincial government. 

Suspect in fatal shootings on Sask. First Nation arrested by RCMP

Shaw Moostoos, 33, was apprehended at a home in Melfort, Sask.. on Monday afternoon, nearly 24 hours after the shooting in James Smith Cree Nation.

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