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Four more Saskatchewan people who tested positive for COVID-19 have died. The province also reported 329 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, bringing Saskatchewan active case total to 3,263.
The Saskatchewan government has declared new outbreaks in several hockey teams, including three in Regina.
World War II veteran and Regina business pioneer Harold Hague has died.
The Saskatchewan Health Authority is heightening its response to COVID-19 after reporting ICU capacity is nearing 100 per cent in the province.
The Saskatchewan government has declared new outbreaks in Regina at the Paul Dojak Centre, Regina Correctional Centre and Pioneer Village.
The Saskatchewan government showed how fiscal projections for the year have changed in this years Mid-Year Report.
Saskatchewan reported 299 new COVID-19 cases and three more deaths on Thursday.
A classroom and a bus have been shut down at St. Kateri Takakwitha School after a person at the school tested positive for COVID-19.
On Friday, hockey teams in Saskatchewan will not be permitted to play games and engage in competition.
The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) says it has completed the infrastructure for COVID-19 field hospitals in Saskatoon and Regina.
New provincial COVID-19 guidelines that take effect Friday are forcing many group sports to change how they deliver their programs.
On Thursday, the Saskatchewan government announced 299 new cases of COVID-19 in the province — with 72 of the new cases from Saskatoon's jail.
People in Grandview, Man. held a demonstration Thursday morning to protest the temporary but sudden closure of the community’s hospital.
A new ski chalet was constructed on the Preeceville Lions Family trail, giving those taking advantage of winter activities a place to get away from the cold.
The province is also discouraging gatherings of any size, outside of your immediate household.
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says he’s concerned Canada may be at the back of the line when it comes to receiving vaccines.
A Saskatoon physician says the provincial government’s move to keep bars and casinos open sends mixed messages about the severity of the pandemic.
Several SJHL teams took to social media after their season was suspended due to new COVID-19 restrictions implemented by the Government of Saskatchewan.
Anyone heading for a COVID-19 test at drive-thru testing sites in Regina and Saskatoon this week is being met with a long line.
Saskatchewan’s chief medical health officer said after-school sports are the main way COVID-19 is getting into classrooms.
The Saskatchewan government is welcoming a decision that will see a reduction of duties imposed on the province’s softwood lumber exports.
Sports, fitness and dance groups in Saskatchewan are facing their second suspension, nine months after they were first forced to shut down due to COVID-19.
The Government of Saskatchewan reported 164 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, bringing the province’s active case total above 3,000.
The Northern Inter-Tribal Health Authority (NITHA) says it is doing what it can to help address some of the challenges remote Indigenous communities are facing as COVID-19 cases continue to rise.
A Regina woman is facing a $2,800 fine for breaking the provinces public health order on gathering sizes.
A man in Regina has been charged with assault with a weapon after he was told to wear a mask at a store.
A positive COVID-19 case has been identified in individuals at Regina’s Grant Road School and Pilot Butte School.
Learning how to play guitar was not easy for 17-year-old Dillon Gazandlare, but now he is hitting all the right notes.
Regina public schools reported several cases of COVID-19 at Campbell Collegiate on Wednesday.
Victor Rio was temporarily living at the Salvation Army in Saskatoon when he was told last Friday that he had come into contact with someone who tested positive for COVID-19.
A trailblazer, who was among the first Indigenous players in the NHL, has died after being hospitalized for COVID-19.
As of Tuesday, the Saskatchewan Health Authority announced four hockey teams in Saskatchewan have COVID-19 outbreaks. Even more have single cases.
A review that could lead to the closure of the Regina airport control tower is being met by opposition.
In his own words, drawn from a 2017 interview, Fred Sasakamoose explains how he came to be known as "Chief Thunderstick" while playing in hockey in B.C. during the late 50s.
Albertan junior and high school students are being sent home to learn and the province is introducing stricter gathering limits in hopes of curbing the spread of COVID-19.