Worldwide national, October 8, 2021 | Vaccinated Canadians warned to stay vigilant this Thanksgiving – Global News

Worldwide national, October 8, 2021 | Vaccinated Canadians warned to stay vigilant this Thanksgiving  Worldwide news Record gas prices in Canada expected to remain high into winter  Worldwide news COVID-19: Travel kinks still need to train for Canadians with mixed vaccine doses  Worldwide news Thanksgiving Weekend Prediction: Here’s What Canadians Can Expect  Worldwide news Worldwide national: October 7, 2021 … Read more

Treatment of 11-month-old canceled, father gives Prime Minister Moe . debt

Helen is 11 months old, probably has cerebral palsy and cannot get the treatment she needs. “My concern right now is what kind of long-term effect this will have,” her father Graham Dickson told Global News. Dickson blames Saskatchewan Prime Minister Scott Moe, saying stricter health measures would have prevented the county’s health care system … Read more

sask. reports more than 600 new COVID-19 cases for the first time

REGINA — Saskatchewan reached a devastating milestone on Thursday when the province recorded more than 600 new COVID-19 cases for the first time. With 601 new cases, the province broke its previous record for daily cases, which had been set on Sunday with 550. The number of confirmed cases was a significant jump on Thursday … Read more

Worldwide national: September 23, 2021 | Canadian Prairies struggle to crush fourth wave of COVID-19 – Global News

Worldwide national: September 23, 2021 | Canadian Prairies struggle to crush fourth wave of COVID-19  Worldwide news COVID-19: How Alberta and Saskatchewan’s Congested Hospitals Are Changing Care  Worldwide news View full coverage on Google News .

Alberta halts operations as Saskatchewan plans vaccine passport amid rising COVID-19 cases

Verna Yiu, Chief Executive Officer of Alberta Health Services, said the fourth wave has led to the sharpest increase in ICU admissions for COVID-19 patients during the pandemic. JASON FRANSON/The Canadian Press Alberta has canceled all non-emergency surgeries to create makeshift intensive care beds, while Saskatchewan rolled out plans for a vaccine passport system as … Read more

Saskatchewan Roughriders’ Labor Day Classic a first for amputee from Iran

Zahra Ehsani considers herself “happy” in more ways than one after taking her first Saskatchewan Roughrider match last weekend. The 37-year-old woman born in Iran was introduced to the sights and sounds of the Canadian Football League (CFL) at the recent Labor Day Classic at Mosaic Stadium, and they did not disappoint. “One of my … Read more

Traffic restrictions in effect as Saskatoon police investigate a three-vehicle accident on part of Boychuk Drive

SASKATOON — Traffic restrictions are in effect on Boychuk Drive between Briarwood Road and 8th Street East as Saskatoon police investigate an accident involving three injured vehicles. Police responded to the crash just after 8 p.m. Sunday, according to a press release from the Saskatoon Police Service (SPS). SPS said it received information that a … Read more

389 new COVID-19 cases in Sask. as active cases exceed 3,000

REGINA — Saskatchewan reported 389 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, bringing the number of active cases in the province to 3,119. Of the 389 new cases, 303 are in unvaccinated individuals, 29 have received one dose or have been within 14 days of their second dose, and 57 have been fully vaccinated. A new … Read more

As the fourth wave of COVID-19 mounts, hospitals face a new capacity crisis and potential decisions about who lives, who dies

The South Health Campus in Calgary is on display in April 2020. In Canada’s three westernmost provinces, where COVID-19 infections and resulting hospitalizations are already on the rise, worst-case scenarios could arrive very soon. Jeff McIntosh/The Canadian Press People who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19 are the cause of the fourth wave of infection … Read more

sask. RCMP issues emergency warning after ‘shooting incident’ at James Smith Cree Nation

SASKATOON — The Saskatchewan RCMP issued a series of emergency warnings Sunday night after what was described as a “shooting incident” at James Smith Cree Nation, north of Melfort. People in the area were told to take shelter in place, stay away from windows and not open their doors unless ordered by the police. RCMP … Read more

258 new COVID-19 cases in Sask. if active cases exceed 2,000

REGINA — Saskatchewan reported 258 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, bringing the number of active cases in the province to 2,065. One new COVID-19-related death has been reported. To date, 598 residents of Saskatchewan have died after testing positive for the virus. No increase was reported in the number of cases of Saskatchewan Delta … Read more

369 new Sask. COVID-19 cases marks the largest single-day increase since January

REGINA — The government of Saskatchewan reported: 369 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday, the largest single-day increase since January 15. One death was also reported, a person from the Regina region aged 40-59 years. A total of 597 Saskatchewan residents have died as a result of COVID-19. The number of cases of Saskatchewan Delta variants … Read more

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