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Saskatchewan government willing to spend what's needed on COVID-19 pandemic

Saskatchewan government willing to spend what's needed on COVID-19 pandemic

REGINA — The Saskatchewan government has outlined its spending for the year ahead, with $200 million more for health care and $1.3 billion for emergencies.

Doors closed, business continues at town hall, says deputy mayor

According to the Town of the Blue Mountains (TBM) deputy mayor, even though town hall is closed to the public, the local government is anything but shut down. “We are not shut down.

Saskatchewan declares state of emergency

The Government of Saskatchewan announced Wednesday they are declaring a state of emergency amid the continuously growing number of positive tests for COVID-19. Premier Scott Moe, along with chief medical officer Dr.
Ottawa's pandemic plan lands as provinces ramp up responses to COVID-19

Ottawa's pandemic plan lands as provinces ramp up responses to COVID-19

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau launched an $82 billion pandemic battle plan Wednesday to help Canadians ride out the economic consequences of COVID-19 as the country's top public health official warned the virus will be here for a while and could come
Stranded Canadians struggle to return home—and get refunds for cancelled flights

Stranded Canadians struggle to return home—and get refunds for cancelled flights

Canadians abroad are raising concerns about compensation as they try to find a way back home, with some stranded as borders close and airlines cut flights due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
'We need to stay apart:' Saskatchewan declares emergency as COVID cases double

'We need to stay apart:' Saskatchewan declares emergency as COVID cases double

REGINA — Saskatchewan declared a provincial state of emergency Wednesday as the number of COVID-19 cases in the province doubled to 16. Premier Scott Moe said it's a critical time for the province to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus.

C-K soup kitchens, food banks shut down

Local soup kitchens and food banks are having a tough time feeding those in need of a meal, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

2 COVID-19 cases in C-K

A 52-year-old Chatham man has been tested positive for COVID-19, becoming the first confirmed case in the municipality.

Frustration grows in Centre Wellington as termite issue worsens

ELORA - Township of Centre Wellington council has directed staff to look into the growing termite issue in Elora and Fergus after a lively debate at council Monday.

Beaverlodge and county postpone border area development plan

Beaverlodge and the County of Grande Prairie are putting off their planned agreement to manage future development in their border areas.