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  • Saskatchewan Health Authority announces new care beds for Saskatoon, Regina
    The Saskatchewan Health Authority announced 260 new beds to speed up patient discharge and transitions from acute care to other care settings. 
    Canada
    Mar 21
  • Measles immunization rates in Sask. high as out-of-province cases pop up
    The Saskatchewan Health Authority is reminding residents to get their measles vaccine.
    Health
    Mar 7
  • Sask. to open Breast Health Centre, expand screening age
    The centre will be located at Regina Centre Crossing on Albert Street, and will be operated by the Saskatchewan Health Authority.
    Canada
    Mar 5
  • Saskatoon city council to discuss public washrooms for Riversdale and Pleasant Hill
    Public washrooms are possibly being added to the Riversdale and Pleasant Hill communities. Ssakatoon city council will discuss the matter on Wednesday
    Canada
    May 27
  • Drug overdose alerts issued for Prince Albert and Fort Qu’Appelle areas
    The Prince Albert Parkland Ambulance and the File Hills Qu'Appelle Health Services have sent out drug overdose alerts to various communities following recent incidents.
    Health
    May 10
  • Saskatoon overdose outreach team renewed for another year
    The overdose outreach team in Saskatoon has been funded for another year by the Ministry of Health.
    Canada
    May 7
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  • Prairie Harm Reduction sees increase in fentanyl use in Saskatoon
    "We are seeing more and more people who are knowingly using fentanyl because that is what is available," said Prairie Harm Reduction (PHR) executive director Kayla DeMong.
    Canada
    Apr 30
  • CUPE holds rally at Regina hospital on cost of living for health-care workers
    Health-care workers gathered at the Pasqua Hospital to rally together and bring awareness to the impact of the cost-of-living crisis they currently face.
    Health
    Apr 19
  • Regina Urgent Care Centre construction is now complete
    Officials have announced that construction on the new Regina Urgent Care Centre is complete, and an opening date is expected this summer.
    Health
    Apr 9
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  • Regina Exhibition Association Ltd. needs to repay $8M following CRA audit
    REAL will need to repay the federal government $8 million following an audit from the CRA in funding for businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
    Canada
    Apr 5
  • Pilot project aims to cut Regina and Saskatoon ambulance wait times
    A new pilot project aims to reduce ambulance wait times by having a nurse evaluate emergency calls.
    Health
    Apr 3
  • Estevan, Sask. hospital to receive MRI services thanks to private donor
    Plans are going forward to bring MRI services to St. Joseph's Hospital in Estevan after the province approved a private donation of $2 million.
    Health
    Mar 28
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  • Possible Hepatitis A exposure at Saskatoon Shoppers Drug Mart
    Anyone who purchased food and beverage items between Feb. 27 and March 19 at the Centre Mall Shoppers Drug Mart could have been exposed if they didn't use a self-checkout.
    Canada
    Mar 21
  • Sask. government announces largest budget increase to health-care funding
    The budget for 2024-25 shows the province announced a record investment of $7.6 billion for health care which includes investments for various initiatives.
    Politics
    Mar 20
  • Wolseley, Sask. food bank supply dwindling, call for donations made
    In a town of 850 people, the local food bank in Wolseley is seeing their food supply dwindle and hope others can step up and help fill their closet with non-perishable food.
    Canada
    Mar 13
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  • Saskatchewan announces new initiatives to enhance, expand nurse practitioner clinics
    The province announced new initiatives to enhance and expand utilization of Nurse Practitioners throughout the health care system.
    Health
    Mar 12
  • Report looks at health care in rural Saskatchewan
    Suzanne Kuchinka, mayor of the village of Macoun in southeast Saskatchewan, says it's been a struggle for years to keep family doctors because they retire or move elsewhere.
    Health
    Apr 21
  • Alberta releases drought response plan, including steps it would take to declare emergency
    Stage 5 of the plan would be declaring an emergency under the Water Act. The province said this would only be done as a last resort.
    Environment
    May 2
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  • ‘Puppet show’: Saskatchewan finance minister apologizes for text to Speaker
    Finance minister Donna Harpauer was ordered to apologize Monday after she sent the Speaker a text accusing him of letting the legislature devolve into an 'Opposition puppet show.'
    Politics
    Apr 16
  • Wildfire smoke from Canada is prompting health warnings in the U.S. again
    Air quality advisories were issued Sunday for parts of Montana, the Dakotas, Minnesota and Wisconsin due to haze emitting from fires burning across western Canada.
    Environment
    May 13
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