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Saskatchewan could have a small, modular nuclear future

Saskatchewan could have a small, modular nuclear future

Small modular reactors (SMRs) could be the future of clean energy. SaskPower is exploring the possibility of bringing SMRs to the province by the early 2030s

Staats, Berg score hat tricks as Seals edge Rush 12-11 in NLL play

SASKATOON — Hat tricks by Austin Staats and Wesley Berg powered the San Diego Seals to a 12-11 win over the Saskatchewan Rush in National Lacrosse League action on Friday.
Province exceeds 10,000 active cases for the first time

Province exceeds 10,000 active cases for the first time

COVID-19 cases continue to climb in the province, fuelled by the highly transmissable Omicron variant

Saskatchewan Roughriders sign American receiver Kyran Moore to contract extension

REGINA — The Saskatchewan Roughriders signed American receiver Kyran Moore to a contract extension Friday. The five-foot-10, 165-pound Moore had 64 catches for 585 yards with three TDs in 11 games last season.
Saskatchewan considers revising public health order after premier gets COVID-19

Saskatchewan considers revising public health order after premier gets COVID-19

REGINA — Saskatchewan's chief medical health officer says he's considering whether to revise the province's public health order on masks in light of Premier Scott Moe testing positive for COVID-19 after a news conference. Dr.
UPDATE: SHA expecting increased staff absences due to COVID, surge plan details say

UPDATE: SHA expecting increased staff absences due to COVID, surge plan details say

Saskatchewan Health Authority has laid out their Omicron surge plans
Sask. Premier Scott Moe tests positive for COVID-19

Sask. Premier Scott Moe tests positive for COVID-19

The premier is currently asymptomatic and will be self-isolating for the next five days, said his office.
Health protocols in place for Tories' assembly

Health protocols in place for Tories' assembly

The event was postponed last November
'Virtually no benefit': Saskatchewan premier says COVID-19 lockdowns harm communities

'Virtually no benefit': Saskatchewan premier says COVID-19 lockdowns harm communities

REGINA — Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says he will not impose additional measures to try to limit the spread of COVID-19 despite the province bracing for increased pressure on health care due to the Omicron variant.
'Trust themselves:' Sask. premier, chief health officer differ on COVID gathering limits

'Trust themselves:' Sask. premier, chief health officer differ on COVID gathering limits

Chief medical health officer Dr. Saqib Shahab said that he estimates one in every 100 Sask. residents has Omicron and could be unwittingly spreading it to others.