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St. Walburg Business Robbed at Gunpoint, RCMP Searching for 2 Male...

Turtleford RCMP are looking for two suspects who robbed a business in St. Walburg on March 15th, 2021 at approximately 11:00 p.m. It's reported two...

NDP Says Former Health Minister Did Not Have a COVID-19 Plan

Source: Kelly Skjerven, .globalnews.ca, March 12, 2021 Documents show the first draft of the COVID-19 response plan wasn’t distributed until 7:43 p.m. on March 10th,...

Sask. Increases Private Gatherings To 10 People

Source: Michaela Solomon, regina.ctvnews.ca, March 09, 2021 The gathering limit of 10 people will remain in place for outdoor gatherings. REGINA -- Saskatchewan has amended private...

12-Year-Old Dangles From Chairlift at Table Mountain

Source: Francois Biber, Chad Leroux, saskatoon.ctvnews.ca, March 09, 2021 The young boy managed to wrap his arm and elbow around the edge of the chairlift...

Sask. To Implement 4 Month Gap Between COVID Vaccines

Source: Janelle Blakley, regina.ctvnews.ca, March 05, 2021 Saskatchewan will implement the 4 month "gap" recommendation starting Friday. The Saskatchewan government announced on Thursday that it will...

Moe Hints at Easing Restrictions Possibly Next Week

Source: Janelle Blakley, regina.ctvnews.ca, March 03, 2021 Three key metrics are taken into account when considering looser restrictions: case numbers trending down, high testing rates...

Irrigation Project on Lake Diefenbaker Lays the Foundation for Economic Growth

Premier Moe has announced Saskatchewan is investing in a new irrigation project that will build infrastructure to irrigate up to 500,000 additional acres of...

Moe Acknowledges Five Year Anniversary Of La Loche Tragedy

January 22, 2021, marked the five-year anniversary of the La Loche tragedy. Premier Scott Moe’s gave a statement commemorating the lives lost and the...

Public Health Orders Extended Until Jan 29th

Today the government has announced that based on current COVID-19 transmission rates, the public health order issued effective December 17th, 2020 will remain in...

Prairie Premiers See Low Approval Ratings Over Handling of COVID

Source: cbc.ca, December 30, 2020 Moe's approval rating is at 39 per cent.  A new poll suggests the premiers of Canada’s three Prairie provinces are lagging...
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