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All Sask. homes must have CO and smoke alarms by July 1, 2022

All Sask. homes must have CO and smoke alarms by July 1, 2022

Between 2018 and 2020, an average of 1,200 CO incidents were reported annually to SaskEnergy
USask expects increase in enrolment

USask expects increase in enrolment

USask is headed toward its seventh straight year of planned enrolment growth
Expect traffic delays on the highways

Expect traffic delays on the highways

A weekly construction update on the Highway Hotline provides Saskatchewan residents with the latest details on current projects
Métis citizens encouraged to get vaccinated

Métis citizens encouraged to get vaccinated

This is Your Shot incentive program offers prizes for fully vaccinated Saskatchewan Métis citizens
Crime Stoppers - 7 on the weekly wanted list

Crime Stoppers - 7 on the weekly wanted list

If your tip leads to an arrest or charge, you may be eligible for a reward of up to $2,000
Funding increased to Kids Help Phone to support student mental health

Funding increased to Kids Help Phone to support student mental health

“Student mental health is always incredibly important, and even more so this week as students return to school.” - Education Minister Dustin Duncan.
SJHL to require vaccination for players, staff, officials, volunteers

SJHL to require vaccination for players, staff, officials, volunteers

Players, coaches, staff, officials and volunteers who interact regularly with players will have to be fully vaccinated by Oct. 15.
Deschambault Lake calls COVID-19 outbreak, 50 active cases, variant of concern confirmed

Deschambault Lake calls COVID-19 outbreak, 50 active cases, variant of concern confirmed

A second community in northern Saskatchewan is the site of a COVID-19 outbreak. This time, it's Deschambault Lake.
Delta variant dominant in Saskatoon

Delta variant dominant in Saskatoon

City Health Officer is warning of the increasing cases of the Delta variant
Province launching COVID self-testing pilot program for students in select schools

Province launching COVID self-testing pilot program for students in select schools

Supplying rapid tests will help schools screen for unseen COVID infections, says public health.