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Sask. government rejects calls for early release for some inmates to protect them from COVID-19 (Mon, 18 Jan 2021)
Tell Calls for the Saskatchewan government to consider releasing as many prisoners as possible to protect them from COVID-19 have been rejected by Premier Scott Moe and his corrections minister.
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Regina police identify city's first homicide victim of 2021 (Mon, 18 Jan 2021)
Regina's homicide of 2021 The victim of Regina’s first homicide of 2021 has been identified by police as Amber Dawn Wood, 38, of Bienfait, Sask.
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COVID-19 in Sask: 290 new cases, 4 more deaths (Mon, 18 Jan 2021)
Virus Outbreak Mexico Saskatchewan reported 290 new cases of COVID-19 on Monday, bringing the province's total caseload to 20,526.
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Alsport Sales fined $35K following workplace death (Mon, 18 Jan 2021)
Provincial Court of Saskatchewan A Regina company was fined $35,000 after taking responsibility for a workplace death that occurred in 2018.
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Regina pub under fire for unmasked, dancing patrons calls it an 'isolated incident' (Mon, 18 Jan 2021)
The Tap COVID screenshot The Tap Brewhouse and Liquor Store in Regina said a video taken by a concerned patron over the weekend shows a "very isolated incident." In the video posted on social media Friday night, there are about a dozen young people — many of them unmasked — shown dancing and mingling with other tables.
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'They call us every day': COVID-19 case monitors are a lifeline for those waiting out illness at home (Mon, 18 Jan 2021)
Jony Rahaman In some provinces, including Saskatchewan and Manitoba, public health workers make daily phone calls to people with COVID-19 to actively monitor their symptoms and compliance with the rules. The practice is recommended by the Public Health Agency of Canada, but some provinces do not actively monitor cases.
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YouTube channel offers an immigrant's guide to life in Saskatoon (Mon, 18 Jan 2021)
Marina Iyeme-Eteng and family Marina Iyeme-Eteng had no idea what to expect when she landed in Saskatoon — but almost five years on she's used that uncertainty to her advantage, creating a YouTube channel about the city that has amassed than 250,000 views.
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Sask. premier calls Biden administration's reported cancellation of Keystone XL expansion 'disappointing' (Mon, 18 Jan 2021)
Sask Legislature Resumes 20201130 Saskatchewan’s premier is calling reports of U.S. president-elect Joe Biden scrapping the Keystone XL pipeline expansion “disappointing.” Biden is set to take office Wednesday, and transition documents show the Keystone cancellation will be a priority for his administration.
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Sask.'s active case rate of COVID-19 continues to lead country: Health Canada (Mon, 18 Jan 2021)
1230255383 Saskatchewan has an active case rate of 351 COVID-19 cases per 100,000 people, Health Canada says, the highest rate in the country behind Alberta (280 cases) and Quebec (243).
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Apathy, adaptation: Reflections on the first half of a pandemic high school year (Mon, 18 Jan 2021)
Ben Alexander desk spacing Students have done what seems like our only option. We’ve adapted.
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