The nurses from Alberta, B.C., Quebec, Ontario and the Northwest Territories are stationed at three Toronto-area hospitals, working in critical care settings.
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Saskatoon Pride’s week-long celebration goes virtual against this year amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gear like bikes and kayaks is hard to come by as demand spikes and supplies dwindle.
A medical team that helps refugees says there aren’t enough health care services available for newcomers in Saskatoon.
Saskatoon police have released a recording of a phone call made from Megan Gallagher’s phone after she disappeared.
William Favel says officers forcefully handcuffed him and gave him a jaywalking ticket. The Congress of Aboriginal Peoples believes Favel was only stopped because he’s Indigenous.
Infant apprehensions haven’t dropped significantly since birth alerts ended, but a front-line worker says that’s no surprise.
Experts say eating disorders are on the rise during the COVID-19 pandemic and they’re struggling to keep up.
Northern lights sightings in Saskatchewan are on the rise as activity on the sun’s surface picks up.
Saskatchewan researchers are exploring how COVID-19 affects blood vessels, which could cause long-term health problems.
A Saskatoon mom says she applied for the wrong type of parental leave benefits and nothing can be done to fix it.
Saskatchewan is not requesting a federal exemption to decriminalize simple drug possession.
Saskatchewan is expanding eligibility for the AstraZeneca vaccine to people aged 40 and older.
Saskatoon police say a drug reported to be pink crystal meth turned out to be fentanyl.
Frank Atchison, 94, is walking 260 km from Saskatoon to Regina to fundraise for children’s hospitals.