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The Health Canada COVID Alert app uses Bluetooth technology to detect when app users are near each other.
An individual who later tested positive for COVID-19 was at the Golden Mile Superstore and rode several buses while they were likely infectious, the Saskatchewan Health Authority says. A different person was at a Saskatoon Walmart.
A Regina lawyer says he is seeking certification of a class-action lawsuit against the federal government and RCMP on behalf of about 60 families who he says have been wronged by the handling of the deaths and disappearances of Indigenous women and girls.
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.
A $2,000 fine has been issued to the organizer of a “large social gathering” in a private home in Saskatoon that led to at least 21 COVID-19 cases, the Saskatchewan health ministry says.
Saskatchewan reported seven new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday. There are four in the Saskatoon area, one in the southwest, and two in the southeast.
Jury trials are set to resume in Saskatchewan later this month after being cancelled earlier this year due to COVID-19.
Canada has seen major strides in LGBTQ rights and inclusion over the past few decades. But heteronormativity — that heterosexual relationships are considered the norm — continues to shape how LGBTQ couples are treated in their everyday lives.
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.
Some Saskatchewan frontline health workers are saying healthcare systems like laboratories are reaching a breaking point due to increased COVID-19 testing.
The initial report was that a person was slumped on the doorstep and not breathing. EMS confirmed the woman was dead.
The City of Regina’s executive committee has voted in favour of proposed changes to legislation that would require AirBnB and other short term accommodation operators to license their facilities.
Twenty-one COVID-19 cases in Saskatoon are now linked to a single social gathering and officials say there are likely more to come.
Masters, the former chair of the REAL board, is the eighth person, and the first woman, to announce their plans to run for the office in the November civic election.
In-school testing begins this week at high schools in Regina, Saskatoon and Prince Albert. However in Regina, less than 20 per cent of students have signed up.
The City of Regina is holding a virtual open house session Wednesday night to inform residents about a proposal to develop the historic Cook House on Albert Street.
WestJet announced it is offering a new, free COVID-19 travel insurance for its flyers. But Saskatchewan residents are the only people in Canada who do not qualify.
Saskatchewan will be one of the first Canadian jurisdictions to hold an election during the pandemic. Will COVID-19 issues matter in the election?
Three Regina men are waiting on a decision from a panel of three judges after appealing their first-degree murder convictions.
A teenager was killed in Candle Lake this weekend, after his mom’s common-law partner allegedly assaulted her — and then followed the two to a location where they sought refuge armed with a gun. The teen’s aunt is now asking people in situations of domestic violence to seek help.
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe is reaching out to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau asking that the federal government’s upcoming throne speech include “priorities” important to the province.
Three elementary students say they’re happy to be back, but one is concerned about people not following rules.
There are currently six mayoral candidates for the Regina municipal election scheduled for Nov. 9, 2020.
The three men found guilty of first-degree murder in the death of Reno Lee are appealing their convictions. One of their lawyers says the trail judge didn’t make sure the jury was impartial on racial bias.
There are eight new cases of COVID-19 in Saskatchewan on Monday. Six of them are in Saskatoon, while the others are in the south west and south central zones.
A mother is grieving the loss of her son, who was the victim of a murder-suicide at Candle Lake, Sask., during the weekend.
A mother is grieving the loss of her son, who was the victim of what she calls a ‘murder-suicide’ at Candle Lake, Sask., during the weekend.
The Finance and Administration and Executive committees have a variety of topics to discuss on Wednesday, including a forecasted deficit and the possibility of introducing licensing to AirBnB operations.
A 12-year-old aspiring filmmaker in Regina got the opportunity of a lifetime last month when he starred in an independent short film.
After 44 days, Tristen Durocher has taken down the teepee that stood on the grounds of the legislative building in Regina, Sask.
There were 17 new cases of COVID-19 reported in Saskatchewan on Sunday, with six linked to a private gathering hosted in Saskatoon.