On Wednesday, Regina City Council will hear from more than 20 delegations regarding a motion put forward at last week’s Executive Committee meeting, proposing energy companies be banned from sponsorship and naming rights of city buildings and events.
Nearly four months after a COVID-19 outbreak was first declared in connection to a series of revival meetings in Prince Albert, contact tracers are still learning of new coronavirus cases linked to the events.
Newly released documents show federal officials have been aware since the fall that some new parents might be receiving a smaller amount of money than they would have if not for a change in the way COVID-19 pandemic benefits are delivered to Canadians.
Premier Scott Moe says Saskatchewan has virtually run out of vaccines, however the shortage will not last for long – according to the government, the province is expecting to receive more than 12,000 doses next week.
GameStop closed Tuesday up over 92%, so what is going on? This is the story of the little guy taking on the big guy, and for now the little guys are winning, CTV News' Chief Financial Commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid in her column on CTVNews.ca.
Like politicians and other high-profile individuals who have recently been caught travelling in defiance of regional health orders, rank and file employees are now facing career consequences for risky behaviour that would otherwise go unnoticed.
World Health Organization experts on Tuesday cautiously backed delaying second injections of the Moderna coronavirus vaccine in some situations, as they have already done for the Pfizer-BioNTech jabs.
It’s too early to tell if the pandemic has impacted crimes against youth and children such as child luring and exploitation says the new provincial coordinator of the Saskatchewan Internet Child Exploitation Unit.
Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland says the federal government is "looking seriously" at tougher travel measures to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, including mandatory hotel quarantines for air travellers returning from non-essential trips abroad.