Mickey Djuric

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Indoor and patio dining returns to Regina

Regina restaurants reopened to indoor and patio dining on Monday.

Easing of restrictions brings new wave of anxiety for brides and grooms amid COVID-19

The future easing of COVID-19 restrictions is welcome news for many, but for brides and grooms who have spent a year continuously tweaking plans for their dream wedding, the announcement brings new frustrations.

Here's what you can and can't do during each phase of Saskatchewan's reopening roadmap

Saskatchewan has a goal to end most of its restrictions by the middle of July. Here's what that means for you.

Family of Regina man in coma due to COVID-19 worry his son will be born fatherless

The family and friends of a Regina man in hospital due to COVID-19 are hoping he can wake up from his coma in time to see his unborn son.

Nearly 30,000 Sask. residents on wait-list for surgery as COVID-19 taps resources, latest data shows

Less surgeries are being performed as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to put a strain on the healthcare system, its staff and resources. 

COVID-19 took their dad, but his dreams for his sons remain

A 32-year-old Regina father has died from COVID-19, leaving two sons behind. The family has set up a GoFundMe campaign to preserve the father's dream of having an education trust for his sons.

'My age group lost out': Regina residents 44+ frustrated over lack of vaccines

The Saskatchewan Health Authority has run out of COVID-19 vaccines in Regina, causing frustration for locals who became eligible Thursday to get the shot.

Sask. doctors advised not to write notes recommending specific vaccine brand for patients

Saskatchewan doctors have been advised by the Saskatchewan Health Authority to refrain from writing patients notes recommending a specific COVID-19 vaccine brand.

Indigenous woman whose violent arrest at Saskatoon store was caught on video traumatized by incident: lawyer

Annette Custer identified herself Tuesday as the woman involved in a videotaped incident where she was pinned to the ground by a FreshCo security guard last week.

Sask. health minister apologizes for 'speaking in error' about COVID-19 hospitalization numbers

Saskatchewan’s minister of health has apologized for speaking in error in regards to how patients hospitalized by COVID-19 are counted in provincial data.

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