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Saskatchewan has 260 cases of COVID-19, up by seven since Monday
Definition of 'probationary' officer under scrutiny in case of fired Moose Jaw cop
A veteran Moose Jaw police officer fired last year after allegations of misconduct has appealed his termination, but the lawyer for the police service says that under the Saskatchewan Police Act an appeal should not be allowed.
Sask. seniors reflect on previous times of sacrifice, in the age of COVID-19
Saskatchewan seniors find similarities between the coronavirus pandemic and the hard times of days gone by.
Man dead after house fire in Goodeve, Sask.
RCMP say one man is dead after a house fire in Goodeve, Sask., on Monday. The fire is not considered suspicious.
Woman violated public health order after COVID-19 diagnosis, police say
A 23-year-old woman who was ticketed for violating a public health order was not in self-isolation even though she was diagnosed with COVID-19, the Regina Police Service says.
Saskatchewanderer shifts to wandering the province virtually
The Saskatchewanderer would usually be wandering around the province right now, learning, seeing, doing and telling stories about it for the provincial government. That's not possible during the coronavirus pandemic, so now she's innovating.
Sask. company providing phones, tablets for residents in care homes
Wickenheiser plea for medical supplies, with Ryan Reynolds assist, scores big donations
Canada's top doctor says she'll wear a mask when physical distancing isn't possible
CFL says it won't start regular season until at least July
How to interpret COVID-19 disease models and projections
Sneeze guards have become big business for Sask. company due to COVID-19
COVID-19 in Sask: Province reports lowest daily increase in new cases in weeks
Sask. brewery CEO says businesses will need more than bank loans and help paying wages to come back from this
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