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June 1 COVID-19 update: AstraZeneca second doses begin June 7, one death, 86 new cases

June 1 COVID-19 update: AstraZeneca second doses begin June 7, one death, 86 new cases

Vaccines Reported An additional 5,304 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been given in Saskatchewan, bringing the total number of vaccines administered in the province to 730,952.
Truck driver that caused Broncos crash sentenced to eight years

Truck driver that caused Broncos crash sentenced to eight years

MELFORT — Jaskirat Singh Sidhu, the driver of a semi-truck who ran a stop sign, which resulted in an accident involving the Humboldt Broncos team bus, has been sentenced to eight years in jail.
Seed royalties,  foreign ownership top concerns for farmers: NDP

Seed royalties, foreign ownership top concerns for farmers: NDP

WATROUS — At an agriculture roundtable hosted by the Saskatchewan New Democrats in Watrous, farmers expressed concern about the new seed royalty rules and foreign ownership.
Allan arena renamed in honour of Humboldt Broncos team captain Logan Schatz

Allan arena renamed in honour of Humboldt Broncos team captain Logan Schatz

ALLAN — The hometown of the team captain of the 2017-18 Humboldt Broncos will remember him by renaming the rink where he learned to play hockey.
Wynyard places third in province-wide physical activity challenge

Wynyard places third in province-wide physical activity challenge

EAST CENTRAL — In a provincial contest that awarded communities for having the most minutes of physical activity, Wynyard placed third.
HumboldtStrong Community Foundation to distribute $3.3 million

HumboldtStrong Community Foundation to distribute $3.3 million

HUMBOLDT — The HumboldtStrong Community Foundation has donated more than $3.3 million of the $4.2 million it has collected to date.
Less than one per cent intentionally refuses vaccination: health ministry

Less than one per cent intentionally refuses vaccination: health ministry

There are currently no confirmed cases of measles in Saskatchewan. The Saskatchewan health ministry wants to keep it that way. The ministry is encouraging people in the province to make sure that their vaccination is up to date.
Trudeau lost ‘moral authority’ to govern: Local MPs

Trudeau lost ‘moral authority’ to govern: Local MPs

EAST CENTRAL — Local conservatives are calling for the prime minister to resign after former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould said she was pressured to head off a criminal prosecution of SNC-Lavalin.
Cabinet shuffle results in new agriculture minister

Cabinet shuffle results in new agriculture minister

OTTAWA — As part of a cabinet shuffle as a result of the resignation of Jody Wilson-Raybould, the federal government has a new agriculture minister. Marie-Claude Bibeau, a Quebec MP, replaces Lawrence MacAulay in the position.
Physical activity could help fund community projects

Physical activity could help fund community projects

EAST CENTRAL — Eight east central communities are among those competing to see which one can log the most minutes of physical activity.