Convoy, rally held at Legislative Building


A rally in support of the truck convoy protests in Ottawa was held at the Legislative Building in Regina Saturday.

Thousands of people from across the province came out for the rally, which was one of many held in cities across the country in support of the Ottawa protest.

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Doctors concerned about pressures on Saskatchewan's health system


The deputy medical health officer for the pandemic, Dr. John Froh, pointed out during the town hall meeting that there are also concerns with the medical system being short-staffed due to healthcare workers themselves getting sick.

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Humboldt's Mayor Working Toward Improvements in Rural Mental Health Care

Micheal Behiel

For mental health advocates and providers and the thousands of people in the province who rely on supports, the capacity to provide healing and comfort is always at the top of mind. For those trying to meet the challenge of service provision in rural Saskatchewan, the efforts for recognition and funding are ongoing. 

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Premier Scott Moe Talks About Living Alongside COVID-19

scott moe

Premier Scott Moe took to social media on January 21, 2022, to provide an update on the state of the COVID-19 pandemic to Saskatchewan residents.

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SGI Reports Third Year Historic Low For Driving Fatalities

Car Crash SGI

According to statistics from SGI, collisions on Saskatchewan roads resulted in the deaths of 87 people in 2021. 

2021 saw a downward trend in road fatalities in Saskatchewan, resulting in historically low numbers over the last three years in Saskatchewan history, stated SGI. 


Hospital Foundation Receives a Welcome Influx of B.O.B. Bears

Hospital Foundation BOB Bears

The Humboldt District Hospital Foundation (HDHF) was the recipient of 250 lovingly crafted teddy bears thanks to a generous donation by Failure Prevention Services (FPS) of Watson. Employees of the manufacturer and their families personally contributed to the donation. 

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