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Crime Stoppers issues list of wanted individuals

Crime Stoppers issues list of wanted individuals

If your tip leads to an arrest or charge, you may be eligible for a reward of up to $2,000
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.
New video series takes aim at high rates of cancer among firefighters

New video series takes aim at high rates of cancer among firefighters

Firefighter cancer is the second leading cause of work-related occupational disease deaths in Saskatchewan.
'It's time': Moe says COVID-19 restrictions on freedoms will soon end in Saskatchewan

'It's time': Moe says COVID-19 restrictions on freedoms will soon end in Saskatchewan

REGINA — Premier Scott Moe says his Saskatchewan Party government will soon end COVID-19 measures that he says restrict people's rights and freedoms.
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
Omicron wave prompts shift in public health management

Omicron wave prompts shift in public health management

The provincial COVID-19 dashboard will be discontinued
URegina, RSM great horned owl research asking Sask. public for help

URegina, RSM great horned owl research asking Sask. public for help

A new research survey on great horned owls in Sask. is looking for help from citizen scientists in the southwest region.
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.
Update: Weather alerts lifted, most Sask. roads re-opened

Update: Weather alerts lifted, most Sask. roads re-opened

Check the Highway Hotline details for your area before heading out
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