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A group of fitness and studio owners in Saskatchewan are pushing the provincial government to view the exercise spaces as essential services.
Pumpkin patches and haunted houses may look a little different this fall, as the provincial government has released guidelines for businesses and visitors to follow amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
It has been six months since the first case of COVID-19 came to Saskatchewan on March 12. Here’s a look back at the past six months of pandemic storylines in Saskatchewan.
The Government of Saskatchewan announced $51 million for emergent supplies and additional staffing related to COVID-19.
Saskatchewan’s premier said the province is not currently considering moving into Phase 5 of the reopen plan, which focuses mostly on mass gathering events.
Saskatchewan’s active COVID-19 case numbers are now some of the lowest in Canada, after hitting record highs in July.
Saskatchewan’s top doctor is suggesting a change in social habits as the province heads back to school in the fall.
The Government of Saskatchewan has released new guidelines for how schools will handle positive COVID-19 cases, outbreaks and testing.
Regina high schools are making changes to class schedules and term formats to try to limit interactions between staff and students.
The federal government is sending additional funding for Saskatchewan schools as they prepare to release their return to class plans.
The Regina Public School Division released an update to its Return to School Plan on Friday, in response to additional measures announced by the province on August 10.
The start of the school year may be delayed a week, but that hasn’t eased concerns of parents around the province.
Regina’s school divisions are welcoming an extra week to prepare for students after the provincial government pushed the start of the school year back to September 8.
Saskatchewan reported one new COVID-19 case on Tuesday, bringing the provincial total to 1,582.
Teachers and parents say the province could still do more to address school safety after it announced $40 million to enhance measures.
The Saskatchewan government has outlined a number of new measures to help make schools safe for kids this fall after hearing concerns from parents and teachers.
Saskatchewan’s premier took to social media on Saturday to announce $40 million in funds for supplies necessary for the Safe Schools Plan.