Larry King, the suspenders-sporting everyman whose broadcast interviews with world leaders, movie stars and ordinary Joes helped define American conversation for a half-century, died Saturday. He was 87.
Facing the fallout from the sudden departure of Julie Payette as Canada's governor general, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is reassessing the vetting process for top-level appointments to see how it can be improved to avoid future unprecedented departures.
Though sometimes overshadowed by his famous, sometimes infamous, love for the Toronto Maple Leafs, it was curling that friends describe as Woods’ first love. He dedicated his decades-long career to ensuring amateur sports has a voice in Saskatchewan.
When the COVID-19 pandemic first hit, Jeff Weafer, director at Regina Funeral Home and Cemeteries, says that there were a lot of difficult conversations with families when it came to how they would safely hold a service.
Registered pharmacist Myla Bulych says she, along with many other pharmacists in Saskatchewan, are ready and willing to give out the COVID-19 vaccine, but are waiting for direction from the province.
The Saskatchewan Information and Privacy Commissioner says under the Public Health Act the province can ask businesses and public venues to collect personal information of patrons to allow for contract tracing for COVID-19.
Saskatchewan officials are keeping an eye on happenings south of the border. Not just on the transfer of power from former president Donald Trump to President Joe Biden, but also North Dakota’s apparent success in overcoming the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.