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Fort Qu’Appelle Elementary School moves to online learning due to new COVID-19 cases

Fort Qu’Appelle Elementary School moves to online learning due to new COVID-19 cases

Fort Qu’Appelle Elementary School is moving to level 4 of the Safe Schools Plan, which means students in all grades will participate in online learning starting.

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Saskatoon Food Bank suspends emergency food hampers after COVID-19 outbreak – Saskatoon

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The Saskatoon Food Bank said it is temporarily suspending its emergency food hamper services due to a coronavirus outbreak. Food bank officials said the outbreak was declared by the Saskatchewan Health Authority on Saturday after three staff members tested positive for COVID-19. Read more: COVID-19 outbreaks in Saskatchewan A …

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Saskatchewan adds 3 more deaths due to coronavirus and 274 new cases

Saskatchewan adds 3 more deaths due to coronavirus and 274 new cases

Three more people who tested positive with the coronavirus in Saskatchewan have died. The deaths were announced in the province’s daily COVID-19 update on Saturday. Read more: Canada adds 206 new COVID-19 deaths while officials consider mandatory hotel quarantine The province also reported 274 new cases of the virus, …

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Moment of reflection to be held in Saskatchewan for those impacted by COVID-19

Moment of reflection to be held in Saskatchewan for those impacted by COVID-19

Led by First Nations and Métis Health, the Saskatchewan Health Authority is asking people to come together Monday to remember the lives lost due to the coronavirus pandemic. SHA would like to see people stop for a few moments of reflection between 9 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. on Monday. …

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COVID-19 claims 7 more lives in Saskatchewan, 332 new cases

COVID-19 claims 7 more lives in Saskatchewan, 332 new cases

Seven more people have died from coronavirus, provided in Saskatchewan’s daily COVID-19 on Saturday. Saskatchewan also reported 332 new cases bringing the provincial total to 17,803. Read more: Saskatchewan health minister stands by comments on second round of COVID-19 vaccine Four of the seven deaths were recorded in the …

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Saskatoon Mayor Charlie Clark discusses COVID-19 pandemic in year-end interview – Saskatoon

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Saskatoon voters gave Charlie Clark his second mandate as mayor. The election fell in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic and was delayed due to an unprecedented snowstorm. Read more: Charlie Clark re-elected to second term as Saskatoon mayor Now that he’s returning to office, his top priority is …

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Tourism sector won’t recover until 2024: Tourism Saskatoon CEO – Saskatoon

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It will take years for Saskatoon’s tourism industry to recover, according to Stephanie Clovechok. The CEO of Tourism Saskatoon recalled the beginning of the novel coronavirus pandemic around the time the 2020 Juno Awards were about to be held at SaskTel Centre. Read more: Coronavirus — Saskatoon’s Prairie Lily …

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Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe looks back on the challenges of 2020

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The year 2020 has been like no other and leading the charge in Saskatchewan has been Premier Scott Moe. As the year comes to an end, Moe reflects on some of the biggest issues concerning Saskatchewan, including the economy, a growing drug crisis and, of course, the coronavirus pandemic …

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Coronavirus: Phase 1 of delivery plan begins with first COVID-19 vaccinations in Saskatoon

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Nurses are expected to administer the first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine in Saskatoon on Tuesday. The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) said another shipment of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine has arrived and it plans to start immunizing with St. Paul’s Hospital ICU registered nurse Kathy Pickerl as the province moved …

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Saskatoon paramedics facing stress, ‘fear of the unknown’ amid coronavirus pandemic

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Some paramedics in Saskatoon are feeling the pressure of continuing as first responders amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. David Kopperud has been with Medavie Health Services West in Saskatoon for six years. He said since the pandemic hit, they’ve had to change how they do the job. Paramedics take …

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