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The Office of Residential Tenancies (ORT) will accept eviction applications regarding missed rent payments beginning on August 4.
Here’s what we know ahead of Saskatchewan’s next update on COVID-19 cases in the province.
Phase 4.2 of Saskatchewan’s Reopening Plan will begin on Monday with sports facilities and other entertainment spaces set to open their doors.
Phase 4.2 of Saskatchewan’s Reopening plan continues next week, with many sports facilities and other entertainment spaces set to open their doors.
Saskatchewan indoor pools, rinks, sports, performing arts facilities, casinos and bingo halls are allowed to resume service next week, as part of Phase Four of the province's Reopen plan.
Even though many businesses in Regina are permitted to open, they are taking a bit more time before they welcome the public.
Saskatchewan reported one new COVID-19 case on Monday, bringing the provincial total to 779.
Phase four of the Reopening Saskatchewan plan began on June 29, with museums, libraries, galleries, movie theatres and live theatres set to open under specific conditions.
Phase four of the Reopening Saskatchewan plan will begin on June 29, with museums, libraries, galleries, movie theatres and live theatres set to open under specific conditions.
Saskatchewan’s Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport announced it will open the remainder of its campsites for the summer.
Despite 98 active cases, the province remains confident moving further into the reopen plan with Phase 4.2 starting on Monday.
Saskatchewan movie theatres in are allowed to open on June 29 as part of Phase 4.2 of the province's reopening plan, but movie goers will have to wait a little bit longer to head to the cinema.
New data suggests 59 per cent of small businesses in Saskatchewan have reopened, according to a study by the Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses (CFIB).
The Government of Saskatchewan says the second half of Phase four of the Reopening Saskatchewan plan will begin on June 29.
Phase four of the Reopen Saskatchewan plan begins on Monday, with youth and child day camps, outdoor pools, splash pads and outdoor activities resuming in its first half.
The City of Regina is preparing for the reopening of athletics fields and ball parks next week.
The Government of Saskatchewan has released guidelines for the safe return to in-person classes in the Fall.