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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
UPDATE: RCMP recommend against travel

UPDATE: RCMP recommend against travel

For the latest in road conditions, consult the Highway Hotline
Murder in Saskatchewan on the rise

Murder in Saskatchewan on the rise

Police in Saskatchewan investigated 65 murders in 2021
Sask. NDP’s Meili condemns premier’s support for trucker’s vax protests

Sask. NDP’s Meili condemns premier’s support for trucker’s vax protests

Sask. NDP leader Ryan Meili said the premier was spreading "misinformation" about COVID-19 safety in his letter released over the weekend.
UPDATE: Blizzard warning - Alberta clipper to hit south half of Saskatchewan

UPDATE: Blizzard warning - Alberta clipper to hit south half of Saskatchewan

Conditions will improve overnight on Monday as the winds diminish
Moe says he will end proof of vax policy

Moe says he will end proof of vax policy

Moe says his government supports the call to end the cross-border ban on unvaccinated truckers
Crime Stoppers: Suspects at large

Crime Stoppers: Suspects at large

If your tip leads to an arrest or charge, you may be eligible for a reward of up to $2,000
Statement of Claim against former Métis National Council leadership alleges unlawful conduct

Statement of Claim against former Métis National Council leadership alleges unlawful conduct

Actions alleged to have been taken to “cripple MNC and denude MNC of its status, finances and authority on behalf of Canada’s Métis Nation”
Sask. reducing self-isolation outlines for “next phase” of COVID action

Sask. reducing self-isolation outlines for “next phase” of COVID action

Sask. officials reduced the isolation period for those testing positive for COVID-19, effective Friday.
Self-isolation dropped to five days, none for close contacts

Self-isolation dropped to five days, none for close contacts

Close contacts of positive COVID-19 cases will no longer be required to self-isolate, regardless of vaccination status. 
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