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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.
"It's a joke. There's no self-isolating on an overcrowded unit because there's a shared bathroom and one of the inmate cleaners has COVID," one inmate said.
Dr. Mahli Brindamour says the tone of a town hall discussion with the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) on Thursday was “very different” compared to government’s press conferences of optimism.
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe has tested negative for COVID-19, after being potentially exposed to the virus last week.
New provincial restrictions went into affect Friday in Saskatchewan and a local restaurant owner says they’re “a pretty big blow to us into the restaurant industry in general.”
While COVID-19 cases continue to rise in Saskatoon, people are still lining up to take advantage of Black Friday sales.
As of Friday morning, more than a hundred students at a Saskatoon high school are self-isolating.
A Federal Court judge has quashed the Thunderchild First Nation Appeal Tribunal’s decision to remove Michael Linklater from the band’s council.
A group of youth in Prince Albert and Cumberland House are delivering “feel better bags” with items that promote a sober lifestyle.
Police arrested five associates of the Westside Outlaws street gang after a 150-kilometre pursuit of a stolen car through western Saskatchewan, RCMP say.
The Saskatchewan government showed how fiscal projections for the year have changed in this years Mid-Year Report.
The Marion M. Graham Collegiate music department entered the CBC Canadian Music Class Challenge pandemic-style.
The Brownlee Family Foundation donated $10 million to the Saskatoon Pubic Schools Foundation’s (SPSF) Early Learning Equal Start program.
Two Saskatchewan residents were appointed to the order of Canada on Friday
Canada has tapped former NATO commander Maj.-Gen. Dany Fortin to lead the national vaccine distribution effort, as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced his target of immunizing more than half of all Canadians by September, 2021.
A Saskatoon physician says the provincial government’s move to keep bars and casinos open sends mixed messages about the severity of the pandemic.
The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) is warning of a high level of community transmission of COVID-19 in North Battleford and area.
MADD Canada is recognizing a Saskatoon couple for their work to put the brakes on impaired driving.
The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) says it has completed the infrastructure for COVID-19 field hospitals in Saskatoon and Regina.
A Saskatoon pharmacist is urging people to take COVID-19 seriously after he contracted the virus in late March and says he is still experiencing symptoms eight months later.
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.
Saskatchewan reported 299 new COVID-19 cases and three more deaths on Thursday.
Temperatures sit near the freezing point Friday.
For those in Saskatoon who are still waiting to pick up a Christmas tree, you might want to hurry.
The Saskatchewan Health Authority is heightening its response to COVID-19 after reporting ICU capacity is nearing 100 per cent in the province.
Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools says it was told Thursday of a positive COVID-19 case in a person at Holy Cross High School.
The first COVID-19 vaccine approval from Health Canada could come before Christmas, the agency's chief medical adviser announced on Thursday.
No one was hurt in a three-vehicle crash Thursday morning near Circle Drive and Airport Drive, the Saskatoon Fire Department says.
COVID-19 restrictions may be in place but Santa Claus is still coming to town.
La Ronge singer/songwriter Dara Schindelka is releasing a song she wrote while quarantined with COVID-19.
University of Saskatchewan researchers are leading a national research project to help eliminate cervical cancer in Canada by 2040, the university says.
The Saskatchewan Internet Child Exploitation (ICE) Unit has charged an Asquith man with a child pornography offence and voyeurism.
Greater Saskatoon Catholic Schools says it was notified Wednesday of two positive COVID-19 cases in individuals at Bishop James Mahoney High School.
An inmate inside Saskatoon's jail says he and others are faced with crowded conditions and too much uncertainty surrounding COVID-19.
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says he’s concerned Canada may be at the back of the line when it comes to receiving vaccines.