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July 28 COVID-19 update: 50 new cases, 51 recoveries, no deaths

July 28 COVID-19 update: 50 new cases, 51 recoveries, no deaths

Vaccines Reported An additional 4,562 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been given in Saskatchewan, bringing the total number of vaccines administered in the province to 1,394,825.
Construction underway on $15.7 M Recreation Complex Project

Construction underway on $15.7 M Recreation Complex Project

Assiniboia and area celebrated the recent start of construction on a new $15.7 million recreation complex that will benefit residents in the region by providing a hub for sports, cultural and special events in the heart of the golden south.
18-month human trafficking investigation results in Canada-wide warrants issued

18-month human trafficking investigation results in Canada-wide warrants issued

Canada-wide warrants have been issued for four individuals wanted on several Criminal Code offences relating to an 18-month long human trafficking investigation by the Saskatchewan RCMP Federal Serious and Organized Crime North Unit (FSOC – North).
Assiniboia RCMP warns of increased tool thefts in Assiniboia area

Assiniboia RCMP warns of increased tool thefts in Assiniboia area

Over the months of May and June, the Assiniboia RCMP has noticed a notable increase in the amount of tools thefts reported within the Town of Assiniboia.
New wildlife regulations provide greater access for hunters with mobility impairments

New wildlife regulations provide greater access for hunters with mobility impairments

In advance of Saskatchewan's popular hunting season, the Government of Saskatchewan has introduced a number of changes to The Wildlife Regulations, 1981 - including improvements for people with mobility impairments using a motorized wheelchair for hu
School divisions to preserve and promote Nakoda Language to high school students

School divisions to preserve and promote Nakoda Language to high school students

Starting in September, school divisions will have another Indigenous language course that can be offered to high school students to expand their learning opportunities.
Residents of Moose Jaw and area to benefit from improved potable water infrastructure

Residents of Moose Jaw and area to benefit from improved potable water infrastructure

Canadians everywhere have felt the impact of COVID-19 on their families, their livelihoods, and their way of life. Canada and Saskatchewan have worked together to ensure health and safety, support families and businesses, and sustain local economies.
Municipalities of Saskatchewan Transitioning to SUMA

Municipalities of Saskatchewan Transitioning to SUMA

Following a vote of the membership, Municipalities of Saskatchewan will be transitioning back to the name SUMA.
Change to minimum wage announced for October

Change to minimum wage announced for October

Saskatchewan's minimum wage will increase to $11.81. The change will take effect on October 1, 2021.