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Breast cancer survivor, health-care expert call on Sask. government to share surgeon recruitment plan
A breast cancer survivor and advocate and a veteran Saskatchewan health-care expert want the province to be transparent about its plan for dealing with a projected demand for breast cancer surgeries in Regina — and specifically, what progress it's making on recruiting specialized surgeons.
Does Saskatchewan's Parents' Bill of Rights help parents or misguide them?
Saskatchewan's Parents' Bill of Rights is Canada's first provincial education law that could limit gender identity in schools. While some parents are happy, some lawyers, educators and parents worry this bill will hurt vulnerable kids while confusing parents about what their rights actually are.
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How to access the new RSV vaccine, and how much will it cost? Your questions answered
This year, for the first time, a vaccine is available to help protect older adults against RSV, which is like the common cold for some but can also lead to respiratory infection and hospitalization. We answered some of your questions about the RSV vaccine and how to access it.
Popularity of Cabbage Patch Kids was 'next level insanity,' says filmmaker
When the Cabbage Patch Kids were released in 1983, the media attention and scarcity of the dolls inspired brawls between shoppers that Christmas season. The executive producer of a new documentary about the dolls says the craze may have contributed to the madness we see around things like Black Friday sales today.
A trip to Scotland inspired me to open my rarest bottle of whisky
Adrian Ma wasn't sure what to do at first when his uncle gifted him an ultra-rare bottle of Scotch. So he went to Scotland's distilleries to learn more about what goes into making the legendary drams known around the world.
Forensic evidence paints picture of mayhem surrounding killing of Logan Nayneecassum
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Sugary labour dispute in B.C. puts Sask. businesses in sticky situation
Bariatric surgery saved my life. But it wasn't the 'easy' way out of weight loss
Emission projections show Canada on track to achieve interim climate target
Many Canadians experience hearing loss and don't know it. Here's how to prevent and treat it
Salmonella-tainted cantaloupe is killing Canadians. How scientists track the outbreak
Does microdosing magic mushrooms help people with mental health issues? Science is trying to find out
Sask. fall legislature session bookended by debates over parental rights policy, protest
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