On Thursday, April 23rd, 2020, Saskatchewan Premiere Scott Moe and Dr. Saqib Shahab, Saskatchewan’s Chief Medical Health Officer, made a live video announcing “Re-Open Saskatchewan”, a plan to re-open the provincial economy.
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By proceeding with caution, by maintaining restrictions on high risk activities, and by continuing to maintain good physical distancing and cleanliness practices, there is a path for us to slowly lift restrictions and re-open businesses and services.Saskatchewan Premiere, Scott Moe
Government of Saskatchewan news release-April 11, 2020
A Saskatchewan resident in their 60s has died from complications related to COVID-19. The death took place in Regina. The province now has four deaths related to the virus.
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Anyone who attended the supper needs to self isolate immediately.
Randy Hoback, Member of Parliament for Prince Albert, has self-isolated after being advised that David Beasley, Executive Director of the World Food Programme, has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. Hoback took part in a meeting with Mr. Beasley on Wednesday, March 11th in Ottawa.
Sadly, even a global pandemic and state of emergency does not hinder those who would prey on people’s fears
Randy Hoback: Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan
Nipawin News Announcement Re: COVID-19 & Local Coverage
COVID-19 Update from Cumberland House Cree Nation
Government of Saskatchewan Nov 5th, 2019– Who should get the flu shot? Even if you’re healthy and feel you can deal with getting the flu, consider your circle of friends and family. For those with chronic conditions or the very young who have not been exposed to influenza or are too young to get the vaccine, it can be a very serious, even fatal illness.
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Local artist, Lori Bradford , will be hosting a hands on workshop featuring Herbalist, Sherry Richards of Big River, SK – See below for details
By Sherry Richards, Herbalist, Big River, SK – Plants are food, and plants are medicine. Wild plants have been my biggest passion for 25 years. It all started with a book that I bought on a whim called “Useful Wild Plants of Saskatchewan” by Kahlee Keane. I took it to our cabin and left it there for another year. One day it asked me to pick it up and look inside. That little book changed my life’s path.
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