Starting May 17, restaurants and licensed establishments in Regina will be allowed to resume in-person dining while still following province-wide guidelines.
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Kelly Skjerven is a digital broadcast journalist at Global Regina.
On Friday, the Saskatchewan government released a proposed schedule of when certain age categories will be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Global News reviewed vaccination documents from the Saskatchewan government and health authority to provide an overview of the province’s COVID-19 vaccination plan.
Included in Wednesday’s ceremony honouring missing and murdered woman, girls and two spirited people was the father of Megan Gallagher who has been missing for eight months.
The SHA said that limited outdoor visits can occur with up to two family members or support people from the same household at one time.
A 24-year-old Regina woman faces six charges of arson causing damage to property in connection to a string of fires on Montreal Street, College Avenue and Francis Street.
The University of Regina said that students and community members can still expect to see masking, sanitizing and physical distancing in place on-campus when the fall term begins.
The owner and captain of the Prairie Lily is hoping the boat can start operating at a limited level by end of June, depending on what public health restrictions are at the time.
The peak wait time at Regina’s COVID-19 vaccine drive-thru was over six hours on Sunday, compared to Saskatoon where the peak wait time was about seven hours on Saturday.
The total number of COVID-19 deaths in Saskatchewan is nearing 500, with one death reported Sunday in the central east zone in a resident in their 60s.
A kitchen fire led to $20,000 in damages and resulted in one person being taken to hospital in Saskatoon Sunday morning for smoke inhalation.
The detached garage fire was first spotted by the Saskatoon police plane patrol who then notified the Saskatoon fire department. Damage is estimated at $40,000.
A Regina woman who uses a wheelchair filed a claim against Rider Express after an operator told her they could not accommodate her wheelchair on a bus during a November 2018 trip.
The three deaths reported in Saskatchewan on Saturday were residents in their 40s, 60s and 70s.
A man and a woman were both sprayed with bear spray in two incidents in Regina Friday night.