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Meili likens Moe to Donald Trump

Meili likens Moe to Donald Trump

Meili says Moe is catering to far-right groups
FSIN urges all First Nations to continue COVID protocols

FSIN urges all First Nations to continue COVID protocols

"Our fight against COVID-19 is not over, therefore, we will continue to follow all our safety measures and COVID protocols until this is over. " - Chief Bobby Cameron
‘Run its course:’ Sask. premier says removal of vax policy intends to ‘heal’ division

‘Run its course:’ Sask. premier says removal of vax policy intends to ‘heal’ division

Premier Scott Moe said the proof of vaccination policy is no longer effective in curbing transmission of COVID, making it time for it to go.
Five things you need to know about Moe ending proof of vax policy

Five things you need to know about Moe ending proof of vax policy

The provincial government will end proof of vaccination or negative tests in Saskatchewan businesses, workplaces and other public venues this Monday, Feb, 14 at 12:01 a.m.
Proof of vax ends Valentine's Day

Proof of vax ends Valentine's Day

The remaining public health orders requiring masking in indoor public spaces will remain in effect until the end of February
Regina anti-mandate convoy removed from Legislature on Sunday

Regina anti-mandate convoy removed from Legislature on Sunday

The line of vehicles protesting provincial health mandates at Regina's Legislative grounds was removed Sunday night
Regina freedom convoy arrives at Sask. Legislature for extended barricade

Regina freedom convoy arrives at Sask. Legislature for extended barricade

The convoy of semi trucks said it will be staying parked until COVID-19 mandates in Sask. are lifted entirely.
Sask. top doctor says now is “correct time” to scale back COVID-19 testing, reporting

Sask. top doctor says now is “correct time” to scale back COVID-19 testing, reporting

Sask. is shifting to a self-management COVID-19 strategy as early as next week, say provincial officials.
Five things you need to know about Thursday's COVID-19 announcements

Five things you need to know about Thursday's COVID-19 announcements

Living with COVID-19 requires all residents to continue the measures known to work
Sask. COVID update: hospitalizations reach new high

Sask. COVID update: hospitalizations reach new high

Saskatchewan recorded a total of 7,736 new COVID-19 cases since last Tuesday.
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