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A Saskatoon mechanic believes he caught COVID-19 earlier this month by entering and working in vehicles “littered” with used face masks.
VIDO-InterVac research scientist and virologist Angela Rasmussen says there remain people who should get their boosters and vaccines in Saskatchewan, which would help achieve herd immunity faster.
Saskatchewan's top doctor says a negative rapid COVID-19 test result does not mean it's time to head back to work or school if you're experiencing mild, cold-like symptoms.
A patch some officers have been spotted wearing is prompting some soul searching at Saskatoon Police Service.
As the SPCA steps away from its role in investigating cases of animal abuse and neglect, it isn't clear who will take its place.
Saskatoon hospitals are experiencing "historic" patient flow challenges, a Saskatchewan Health Authority official says.
A high number of positive COVID cases has led to a decision to move students at Warman and Martensville High Schools to online learning.
The Omicron wave in Saskatchewan is expected to peak in the next two to four weeks, according to the province’s top doctor.
A provincial byelection is set for Feb.15 in the northwest electoral district of Athabasca.
A 19-year-old La Loche man is facing child pornography charges.
The Government of Saskatchewan is planning to release details about distribution of a newly authorized oral COVID-19 antiviral treatment, later this week.
Marlene Cerda graduated high school in June and opened a fashion retail store a few weeks later.
A Saskatchewan health official is warning that even a case of the sniffles is a reason to self-isolate.
Saskatchewan reported 1,089 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, with active cases rising to 11,781.
The by-election in the Athabasca constituency has been set for Feb. 15
Two Saskatoon schools are moving to online learning as the number of Omicron COVID-19 cases grows in the city.
Saskatoon police say three people are facing charges after a firearm was located inside a vehicle during a traffic stop Sunday night.
Filipino nurses face hurdles to come work in Canada compared to other countries, according to two Philippines-based recruiting companies.
Saskatoon police say a 24-year-old Saskatoon man faces eight gun-related charges along with a charge of breach of probation after an incident on Monday.
The city's animal protection organization says it will soon stop investigating cases of alleged animal abuse or neglect.
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe's approval rating rose two points but remains below 50 per cent, according to the latest polling data from the Angus Reid Institute.
Federated Co-operatives Limited (FCL) announced plans to build Canada’s largest renewable diesel facility, along with a Canola Processing Plant, in Regina.
A Regina mother is continuing her plea for information about the whereabouts of her seven-year-old daughter, who she said is being withheld from her by her ex-husband.
For a group of Afghan refugees, enjoying the freedom of snapping photos in downtown Saskatoon is a far cry from where they were a few short months ago when they fled the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan.
Saskatchewan is on the “uphill slope” of another COVID-19 surge dominated by the Omicron variant, according to a virologist.
The nation's weather agency has issued a freezing rain warning for Saskatoon.
As the Omicron COVID-19 surge gains momentum in Saskatchewan, Saskatoon's hospitals are facing a bed crunch.
Saskatoon researchers have detected a 107 per cent increase in the amount of coronavirus RNA in the city's wastewater.
Active cases rose to 11,642, up 177 from Sunday. In the Regina region, 2,948 cases are considered active, while Saskatoon accounts for 3,522.
The mass vaccine clinic at Prairieland Park will reopen to booked appointments on Tuesday, the Saskatchewan Health Authority says.
Health Canada has authorized the use of Pfizer's COVID-19 antiviral treatment Paxlovid, the first oral and at-home prescription medication to be cleared for use in this country.
Active COVID-19 cases reached 11,465 in Saskatchewan as 1,427 new cases were reported for Sunday.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has issued a recall for a variety of products distributed by two Saskatoon companies.
RCMP responded Sunday to a fatal two-vehicle crash on a highway near Rosetown.
A Saturday night fire was caused by a block heater cord being plugged into an extension cord according to the Saskatoon Fire Department.