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Sask. COVID-19 modelling says ICU numbers could double by Jan. with no intervention

Sask. COVID-19 modelling says ICU numbers could double by Jan. with no intervention

Sask.'s top doctor said change is needed to curb the overwhelming rate of COVID-19 hospitalizations in the province.
Ottawa replacing wage, rent subsidies for businesses with $7.4B in 'targeted measures'

Ottawa replacing wage, rent subsidies for businesses with $7.4B in 'targeted measures'

Broader subsidy programs still set to expire this week.
Feds unveil vaccine passport for international travel

Feds unveil vaccine passport for international travel

No date yet for the launch of new vaccine passport.
A busy day at Carlyle's landfill for 90-year-old employee

A busy day at Carlyle's landfill for 90-year-old employee

Landfill gate manned by 90-year-old employee
Saskatoon's missing persons cases: hundreds hope for answers

Saskatoon's missing persons cases: hundreds hope for answers

The Missing Persons Unit takes over cases of long-term disappearances
Indoor masking, isolation mandates remaining through November in Sask.

Indoor masking, isolation mandates remaining through November in Sask.

Masking and the 10-day isolation requirements will stay for another month in Saskatchewan, according to government documents.
Melfort’s historic courthouse renovation receives 2021 Heritage Award

Melfort’s historic courthouse renovation receives 2021 Heritage Award

The renovation project by Moore Architecture Consulting Group Ltd. involved interior modifications to improve function and provide increased security for personnel working in the building.
Black Lake residents aren’t being forced to receive the vaccination: Athabasca Health Authority

Black Lake residents aren’t being forced to receive the vaccination: Athabasca Health Authority

“It’s false information, false news and people are basically biting into it,” said Allen Adam, the Health Authority’s CAO in an interview. 
Northern Sask. First Nations returning home after fleeing wildfires

Northern Sask. First Nations returning home after fleeing wildfires

"We find it a great relief to finally have our people go home," said Chief Marcel Head of Shoal Lake Cree Nation.
Opportunity of a lifetime, Morse couple pitches The Leveller to Dragon’s Den

Opportunity of a lifetime, Morse couple pitches The Leveller to Dragon’s Den

Entering the set for Dragon’s Den was very surreal for Geoff and Colette Heschel, when they made their pitch for The Leveller.