Family visits restricted in southern Sask. health facilities to palliative

Family visits restricted in southern Sask. health facilities to palliative, end-of-life care

The Saskatchewan Health Authority is restricting family presence and visitation to Level 3 palliative/end-of-life care in its facilities and long-term care homes in Regina, the Southwest and Southeast due to increased risk of COVID-19. Read more: Wastewater samples point to rising COVID-19 variant cases in Saskatoon The SHA stated that Level 3 means that…

Buy and sell exchange zone set up at Saskatoon police

Buy and sell exchange zone set up at Saskatoon police headquarters

Saskatoon police are offering the public a designated safe space for buy and sell transactions to take place. An exchange zone has been set up in the visitor parking lot on the west side of police headquarters on 25th Street East. Read more: Cryptocurrency fraud grew 400% in Canada, RCMP says Staff Sgt. Matt…

Regina arts organization looking for artists for Albert St. underpass

Regina arts organization looking for artists for Albert St. underpass mural

A Regina organization is in search of artists to help create a mural in the foot tunnel underneath the north section of the Albert Street Memorial Bridge. The idea was inspired by local runner and musician Jeffery Straker, who posted the idea to social media after jogging through the tunnel. Straker estimates he’s run…

Saskatchewan teen battles extremely rare brain tumour

Saskatchewan teen battles extremely rare brain tumour

Despite living with an extremely rare illness, 14-year-old Mia Georget still lives life to its fullest. Life was normal for the teen until June 2019 when she was on vacation with her family. The North Battleford, Sask., family went to West Edmonton Mall’s Galaxyland when Mia started to feel different. Mia was dizzy after…