As truckers continue to deliver goods across the country during the COVID-19 pandemic, one Regina group of bloggers is providing some food and a thank-you to them. The guys from That Bearded Canuck blog teamed up with Mr Mikes Grasslands and Lowe’s to provide free lunches for truckers making... Read more
Several police services in Saskatchewan say they have not issued a ticket for violating the Public Health Act or Emergency Planning Act amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Edmonton Oilers and Calgary Flames have announced temporary staff reductions because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The moves on Monday come with nearly all major sports leagues and events suspended because of the novel coronavirus. The Calgary Sports and Entertainment (CSEC... Read more
University of Saskatchewan, University of Regina deciding how to grade students in an unprecedented term.
Saskatchewan communities are keeping a close eye on waste collection due to an "increase" in garbage due to more people staying at home amid COVID-19.
School boards in Regina have released some information about education will look like during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Former Vancouver Canucks goaltender Eddie Lack is retiring from the NHL. Lack, who had been sidelined this season with a hip injury, made the announcement Monday on his Twitter account in a four-part farewell video. The 32-year-old from Norrtalje, Sweden, played five seasons in the NHL with... Read more
Teachers and staff around the province are back at work, either from home or at school, although schools remain closed to students.... Read more
Saskatoon Transit ridership plummeted during the first two weeks after Saskatchewan's first case of COVID-19 was reported, as businesses laid off workers and closed their doors, and public health officials warned everyone to practise physical distancing and avoid non-essential travel.... Read more
The Co-op Refinery has applied to the Labour Relations Board for a final offer vote in the labours dispute with Unifor.
The City of Regina will start construction on Maple Leaf Pool this week.
The City of Regina said the decision to move forward with the construction of Maple Leaf Pool was carefully thought out amid COVID-19.
Two more people who work at Saskatoon Provincial Correctional Centre (SPCC) have tested positive for COVID-19, bringing the total number of infected staff members at the facility to four.
On the coldest, wettest, hardest days on Elk Lake, rower Hillary Janssens told herself and her numb hands "this is the last winter we have to do this before Tokyo." It wasn't. The International Olympic Committee and the Tokyo organizing committee announced dates for the... Read more
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe offered condolences to families of the first two deaths due to COVID-19 in the province during Monday’s coronavirus briefing. He said “this reminds us that COVID-19 is a dangerous and deadly disease” Moe also said it’s important to re-double the testing and contact... Read more
Monday marks the final day of self-isolation for a 20-year-old Regina man who tested positive for COVID-19 after returning home from New York.
Dr. Saqib Shahab, Saskatchewan’s chief medical health officer said the first two deaths of COVID-19 in the province reported on Monday “were expected.” He said the province will see more cases of COVID-19, hospitalizations, deaths, as well as recovered people as time passes, stressing on the... Read more
USA Rugby, the sport's governing body south of the border, has voted to officially file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy "as a result of compounded and insurmountable financial constraints." In a statement on its website, USA Rugby said the suspension of sanctioned rugby activities due to COVID-19 "has... Read more
Five people have made their first court appearances in connection with a shooting at a Saskatoon motel that police say left a 33-year-old man with life-threatening injuries.... Read more
A seven-year-old boy found dead in what Prince Albert police say was a triple homicide is being remembered by his aunt as "determined" and "brave" from the minute he was born.... Read more
The COVID-19 pandemic is not stopping work for livestock producers in Saskatchewan, but it is changing it.... Read more
While much has changed in Regina due to COVID-19, the drug situation remains much as it was before the pandemic reached the city.... Read more