Community fundraising efforts have allowed Saskatoon’s Prairie Harm Reduction to hire its primary care paramedic — the first medical staff brought on for Saskatchewan’s only supervised consumption site.
Nineteen new cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan were announced Friday. Twelve are in the Saskatoon area, three are in the central west zone and four are in the Regina area.
A Regina non-profit organization took action against three of its members of management this summer pending the results of a third-party investigation after allegations of inappropriate behavior surfaced. Now, it has brought one of the staff members back prior to the conclusion of the investigation.
As children return to school, parents are wondering how schools will be handling the usual sniffles, colds, and allergies in COVID-19 times. Some of the symptoms are very similar.