A letter to Saskatoon family doctor said the system has a backlog of patients seeking referrals for mental illness. The pool system said only one nurse handles the referrals. Continue reading
Digital Broadcast Journalist
Nathaniel Dove is a digital broadcast journalist with Global Saskatoon.
Prior to working with Global News, he was a video journalist with CTV in Yorkton. Before moving west to Saskatchewan, he worked as a producer in Toronto and Ottawa.
Originally from Barrie, Ont., Nathaniel has a masters in journalism from Carleton University and a masters of global affairs from the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto.
He’s also an avid traveller, having visited more than 20 countries. When he’s not in the newsroom, Nathaniel is probably listening to or making music, reading, running or planning his next backpacking trip.
Former PC Party of Saskatchewan leader Ken Grey says members and party leadership pressed him to adopt extreme views, a claim the party denies. Continue reading →
Saskatoon family physician Dr. Marlys Misfeldt referred a patient for further psychiatric help. The request was cancelled, which she says shows the system is broken. Continue reading →
A USask researcher is working to make medicine more inclusive so that more racialized Canadians enter the field and so more people seek out and trust healthcare. Continue reading →
Khodr Bardouh said his new business is not on a ‘level playing field’ with Uber because the City of Saskatoon requires more expensive licences and conditions from taxis. Continue reading →
Councillors voted to start a project to loan residents money to retrofit their houses and make them more energy efficient. The administration said it could be running this year. Continue reading →
A Saskatchewan microbiologist is warning complacency with public health restrictions could lead to a more severe third wave of COVID-19. Continue reading →
The head of the Saskatoon police drug team says COVID-19 hasn’t affected how drugs get into the country. Other frontline workers and advocates say they’re seeing deadlier drugs. Continue reading →
Family and friends of Chris Wenzel, a Saskatoon tattoo artist who died in 2018, are hoping to raise money to buy back his skin. It was removed and put on display after his death. Continue reading →
A Saskatoon city committee voted to support the VIDO-InterVac project, which a representative said would make the lab a world-leader in vaccine creation. Continue reading →
Health restrictions have limited usual dating activities. A researcher says apps are reporting more users and meaningful conversations. Two users say dating is better — and worse. Continue reading →
A Buds on Broadway Facebook post says the bar was unfairly fined for violating COVID-19 health restrictions — but that inspectors had said the bar was in compliance weeks earlier. Continue reading →
A Saskatchewan healthcare workers union president says posting so many manager positions at once pulls focus away from the COVID-19 response. Continue reading →
Health authorities had urged Saskatchewan residents to stay home ahead of the big game because Super Bowl parties would spread COVID-19. Continue reading →
Nikaela Lange is part of a small group working to build a community fridge in Saskatoon’s Riversdale area. Continue reading →