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Saskatoon children's hospital opens intensive care unit to adults with COVID-19

Saskatoon children's hospital opens intensive care unit to adults with COVID-19

SASKATOON — Saskatchewan's only children's hospital is opening its pediatric intensive care unit to younger adults who have COVID-19 as the province runs out of critical care beds.
Sask. opposition calling for military support as ICUs near COVID capacity

Sask. opposition calling for military support as ICUs near COVID capacity

Sask. opposition are calling for action from the provincial government to deploy federal resources to help quell the fourth wave of COVID-19 in the province.
Saskatchewan still overseeing Extendicare seniors homes after deadly COVID outbreak

Saskatchewan still overseeing Extendicare seniors homes after deadly COVID outbreak

REGINA — The Saskatchewan Health Authority says it will continue to oversee five homes operated by a private long-term care provider for at least another month. The health authority was appointed administrator of Extendicare facilities on Aug.

Saskatchewan daycare shut down following child pornography investigation

MARSHALL, SASKATCHEWAN — Police say a man living at a home-based daycare in east-central Saskatchewan is facing 11 charges related to child pornography and sexual assault.
Update: Charges laid after offences against children at a home-based day care in Marshall

Update: Charges laid after offences against children at a home-based day care in Marshall

Investigators are meeting with the parents of the children who attended the daycare
Election criticized by Saskatchewan premier as vote counts continue in some ridings

Election criticized by Saskatchewan premier as vote counts continue in some ridings

Some House of Commons seats on the Prairies were still up for grabs Tuesday as mail-in and special ballots were being counted in close ridings following the federal election.
Sask. Premier Scott Moe says federal election “most pointless” in Canadian history

Sask. Premier Scott Moe says federal election “most pointless” in Canadian history

Premier Scott Moe expressed his frustration with the recent federal election, critiquing Prime Minister Trudeau for calling it in the first place.
Sask. schools now included in mask mandate, cases in youth reportedly high

Sask. schools now included in mask mandate, cases in youth reportedly high

Public health is urging eligible residents to get vaccinated to protect children under 11, who are still not able to be immunized against COVID-19.
Saskatchewan Roughriders, veteran starter Fajardo poised to become CFL road warriors

Saskatchewan Roughriders, veteran starter Fajardo poised to become CFL road warriors

They've proven to be a tough out at Mosaic Stadium but Cody Fajardo and the Saskatchewan Roughriders are poised to become CFL road warriors.
Maxime Bernier's PPC rally may be investigated for public health violations

Maxime Bernier's PPC rally may be investigated for public health violations

Maxime Bernier lost his seat and may be in trouble with SPS to boot