Premier Scott Moe has said the budget will include increased spending to address the province’s growing backlog of surgeries and to create more intensive care beds.
The scholarships in one of the Broncos’ names will have handed out more than $22,000 by the end of 2021 and some of the awards are endowment funds that have collected $82,000.
Kaleb Dahlgren’s memoir, titled Crossroads, describes life before and after the Humboldt Broncos bus crash, along with what he learned as a result of the tragedy.
Christian Mbanza and Vibya Natana are members of Black in Saskatchewan, a community organization dedicated to educating people about anti-Black discrimination and systemic racism.
Some First Nations in Saskatchewan get unreliable water from cisterns, despite a desire to install low-pressure pipe distribution systems.
First Nations water operators in Saskatchewan often find themselves on-call 24/7, while some make close to minimum wage to provide safe drinking water for their communities.
Tourism Saskatoon CEO Stephanie Clovechok is looking for the travel and hospitality industries to come out of the pandemic stronger than ever.
While it’s been a challenge, Dr. Susan Shaw said health-care workers know how important they are right now.
‘COVID has pretty much taken over our lives,’ says Royal University Hospital ER nurse, Carol Scrivener.