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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.
A Saskatoon physician says the provincial government’s move to keep bars and casinos open sends mixed messages about the severity of the pandemic.
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.
The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) says it has completed the infrastructure for COVID-19 field hospitals in Saskatoon and Regina.
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.
Harley Shingoose, who was reported missing, has been found safe, Saskatoon police say.
Saskatchewan’s chief medical health officer said after-school sports are the main way COVID-19 is getting into classrooms.
Learning how to play guitar was not easy for 17-year-old Dillon Gazandlare, but now he is hitting all the right notes.
An ICU doctor made a video simulating a COVID patient being intubated, in what could be the last moment of their life that they are awake and lucid.
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.
Flurries continue to push southeast and will impact those regions of the province into the early afternoon.
The province is also discouraging gatherings of any size, outside of your immediate household.
Mayor Charlie Clark says a new, Saskatoon-focused plan to combat the spread of COVID-19 will likely be announced by the end of the week.
Saskatoon's budget for 2021 will be up for discussion next week by the mayor and councillors.
The Government of Saskatchewan reported 164 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, bringing the province’s active case total above 3,000.
The Prince Albert Victoria Hospital is set to have an expanded neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) by July 2021.
A man in Regina has been charged with assault with a weapon after he was told to wear a mask at a store.
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.
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.
Several SJHL teams took to social media after their season was suspended due to new COVID-19 restrictions implemented by the Government of Saskatchewan.
A COVID-19 outbreak was declared at the Oliver Lodge Special Care home in Saskatoon on Tuesday.
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.
Canada has ordered hundreds of millions of doses of potential COVID-19 vaccines from other countries but has no means to produce vaccines at home, a capacity the country sold off decades ago.