By mid-December, the Saskatchewan Health Authority will have space for 250 additional COVID-19 patients as cases continue to surge.
Balgonie, Biggar, Langham and Pilot Butte will be the first communities to receive the latest broadband technology under SaskTel’s Rural Fibre Initiative.
In April, the province earmarked $50 million for the SSBEP program, with $32 million being doled out. During December, another $8 million will be distributed to small businesses.
Recent Government of Saskatchewan modelling shows the Regina area is averaging 71 new cases a day.
This will be the third time the Canadian Armed Forces have assisted Saskatchewan during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The seven-day average of daily cases rose to 250 on Sunday, up from 234 on Saturday.
The Saskatchewan RCMP have launched a suspicious death investigation after the body of a man was found near a grid road in Medstead.
There are 3,322 active coronavirus cases in Saskatchewan as of Saturday, marking the ninth day in a row a new record has been set for active cases.
Those who recently visited a curling rink in Shellbrook and Christopher Lake, Sask., are required under the public health order to immediately self-isolate.
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe will emerge out of self-isolation just in time for the first session of the 29th legislature, which begins on Monday at 10 a.m.
In the coming weeks, an aeronautical study will be launched to assess the level of service required at the airport.
Aside from those who are moving to online learning, the schools will remain open for other students says the division.
The facility says they are still in the early days of the outbreak and are working with public health.
Five classrooms at five different schools in Saskatoon and Martensville are moving online after individuals at each school tested positive for COVID-19.
Saskatchewan’s seven-day average of daily cases rose from 203 on Saturday, to 211 on Sunday.