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Group parades in appreciation for Dr. Shahab through the Queen City

Group parades in appreciation for Dr. Shahab through the Queen City

A week after a protest against health order measures took place outside of Dr. Saqib Shahab’s residence in Regina, a group of Reginans got together to spread a different message. Some people are getting really creative with their displays: pic.twitter.com/Cel91aFoBa — Connor O’Donovan (@ConnODonNews) January 31, 2021 Story continues …

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Regina police hand out $2,800 ticket for COVID-19 violation at protest – Regina

Regina police hand out $2,800 ticket for COVID-19 violation at protest - Regina

Regina police have fined a woman $2,800 for her alleged involvement in a COVID-19-related protest. Roughly 50 to 60 people attended the protest around 2 p.m. Saturday at the Saskatchewan legislature, according to the Regina Police Service. “Police observed apparent violations of the Public Health Order and, after consultation …

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Man ticketed in Regina for allegedly breaching Saskatchewan’s public health order

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Regina police say they have ticketed another person for violating Saskatchewan’s current public health order. Police said they went to a home Sunday in the 1700 block on Quebec Street after receiving complaints numerous people were coming and going from the home. Seven people were found at the home …

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Police say COVID-19 positive woman ticketed for disobeying public health order

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The Regina Police Service (RPS) says a 31-year-old woman has been issued a ticket for disobeying Saskatchewan’s Public Health Act. A complaint of a woman who was COVID-19 positive and not following a self-isolation order was reported at around 11:15 a.m. on Saturday, according to a press release. Read …

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Man arrested for refusing to self-isolate after testing positive with COVID-19: Regina police

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The Regina Police Service says a 36-year-old man was taken into custody Thursday when he refused to self-isolate after testing positive for COVID-19. Police say they were called to a downtown hotel in Regina shortly after 7: 30 p.m. for reports that the man had left the premises several …

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Woman receives $2,800 fine for disobeying public health orders: Regina police

Woman receives $2,800 fine for disobeying public health orders: Regina police

Regina police have issued its 11th ticket under the Saskatchewan Public Health Act for breach of the public health orders on COVID-19.

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Regina sports broadcaster dies due to coronavirus complications, family says

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Warren Woods has passed away due to complications from COVID-19, according to his family. The Regina sports broadcaster was 66 years of age. His two children Nicole and Chris were by his side when he passed away at 3:25 p.m. on Wednesday. Read more: Community shows its love for …

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Coronavirus: Regina police, SHA looking into maskless dance video

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Police and the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) are looking into a video circulating on social media that shows people dancing without masks at a Regina bar and restaurant. The Tap Brewhouse & Liquor Store posted a statement on Facebook this past weekend regarding a video recorded on its premise …

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A cool innovation: Sask. entrepreneur launches first made-for-workplace fridge

A cool innovation: Sask. entrepreneur launches first made-for-workplace fridge

Like most new and innovating business ventures, where the concept is driven out of necessity, the ArticShelf fridge is no different. After returning to the University of Saskatchewan from an internship in Calgary, the idea came to ArticShelf CEO Dawson Norrish, and it’s consumed his mind ever since. “At …

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Regina Correctional Centre COVID-19 outbreak concerning to families of inmates

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Julie Paul’s 26-year-old son, River Peters, is one of many inmates at the Regina Correctional Centre who have tested positive for COVID-19 and she is demanding better health care for those infected. After hearing the news about her son, Paul, along with several concerned mothers, organized a rally outside …

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