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Sask. gov’t hasn’t requested federal aid for hospitals, PEOC confirms

Sask. gov’t hasn’t requested federal aid for hospitals, PEOC confirms

The COVID-19 response team said that ICU capacity is at a critical high in Saskatchewan, but no formal request for help from the federal government has been extended as of today.
FSIN says biased candidate selection allegations untrue, election will continue

FSIN says biased candidate selection allegations untrue, election will continue

Allegations against the candidate selection process for the upcoming FSIN election will not deter the set voting date of Oct. 28, said officials.
No Operation Red Nose for Saskatchewan in 2021

No Operation Red Nose for Saskatchewan in 2021

Operation Red Nose invites all motorists to always plan to get home safe by calling a friend or a cab, or by designating a sober driver ahead of time
Have a kid with a cough? One-third of Canadians think parents will still send children to school while sick: USask survey

Have a kid with a cough? One-third of Canadians think parents will still send children to school while sick: USask survey

Vaccinated persons were more likely support most public health measures
Sask. COVID patients filling ICU capacity, over 3,400 new cases in past week

Sask. COVID patients filling ICU capacity, over 3,400 new cases in past week

Saskatchewan recorded more than 3,400 new COVID cases last week, as ICUs reach max capacity with patients.
Family presence restricted in Saskatoon and Regina critical care units

Family presence restricted in Saskatoon and Regina critical care units

There is no change to end-of-life family presence
Lot of Riva-Risperidone tablets recalled due to a packaging error

Lot of Riva-Risperidone tablets recalled due to a packaging error

Laboratoire Riva Inc. is recalling one lot (lot C9323) of Riva-Risperidone 0.25 mg tablets due to a packaging error. Some bottles may incorrectly contain only Riva-Gabapentin 100 mg capsules.
Sask. employment rate drops from August, below national average

Sask. employment rate drops from August, below national average

Saskatchewan’s unemployment rate has dropped from 7 per cent in August to 6.3 per cent in September
‘We are not going to take your cattle’; Premier addresses conspiracies

‘We are not going to take your cattle’; Premier addresses conspiracies

Premier says conspiracy theories are costing lives
Sask. Provincial Archives welcomes new overseeing archivist

Sask. Provincial Archives welcomes new overseeing archivist

Carol Radford-Grant has been appointed the new provincial archivist for the Saskatchewan Provincial Archives.
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