Sask records 324 new COVID-19 cases and 345 more recoveries


There are 324 new cases of COVID-19 to report in Saskatchewan on December 10, bringing the provincial total to date to 11,223 cases. The new cases are located in the Far North West (15), Far North Central (3), Far North East (15), North West (47), North Central (37), North East (9), Saskatoon (109), Central West (1), Central East (6), Regina […]

More than $37 million allocated to school divisions in the province


More funding is on the way for school divisions, which is part of the Government of Saskatchewan’s Safe Schools Plan. There has been $37.5 million approved for emergent, one-time expenses to help keep staff and students safe in schools during the COVID-19 pandemic.  This is in addition to the $51 million in funding that was announced in September. “Our more […]

2020-12-10 E-Edition

Corman Park Police report November 30 – December 2, 2020


The following is the occurrence Summary for November 30 – December 7. On December 2 at 2:25 a.m. Corman Park Police observed a grey Pontiac G6 travelling at 154 km/h in a 110 km/h zone on Highway 12 near Township Road 382. Police stopped the vehicle and identified a 24-year-old male resident of the Shell Lake area as the driver. […]

Daily death toll from COVID-19 hits new high


Six residents who tested positive for COVID-19 have died.  Five of these individuals were in their 80s, from the North West (1), Regina (3) and South East (1) zones.  One individual in their 30s was from the North Central zone.  This marks the largest one day increase in the number of COVID-19 deaths in Saskatchewan since the pandemic began. There […]

Valley United teams have success before season suspension

Before the Saskatoon Youth Soccer indoor season was suspended due to COVID-19 guidelines, Valley United Soccer Club teams were playing very well. The U15 Rovers team was having a successful season after picking up four wins and two ties. The Rovers play in Division II, Pool 3, of the U15 girls league and what makes their recent success even more […]

U18 AAA Wildcats season put on hold

Just when it looked like the Warman U18 AAA Wildcats were getting on track after the team picked up its first win, league play was suspended because of the new sports and activities guidelines. Even though league play has been suspended the Wildcats can still practise in groups of eight. A season like this is challenging for any team but […]

Train fire closes Highway 305


Quick action by a CN Rail crew prevented a what could have been a dangerous situation on Tuesday morning, December 8 when a diesel engine caught fire. The incident occurred shortly before 8:00 a.m. on the CN line at Range Road 3070  between Langham and Dalmeny. One of two diesel engines pulling tanker cars loaded with dangerous goods experienced mechanical […]

RCMP officers respond to COVID-19-related calls


Saskatchewan RCMP officers responded to a total of 3,300 COVID-related calls for service between March 1 and November 30. Of these, 49 resulted in charges being laid, according to the Saskatchewan RCMP. In a news release issued December 7, the RCMP said the vast majority of COVID-related calls for service were resolved by educating individuals about the Public Health Orders […]

Legislation to regulate massage therapy introduced


The Government of Saskatchewan introduced The Massage Therapy Act on Monday, December 7. This legislation will establish the Saskatchewan College of Massage Therapy, a new regulatory body that will govern massage therapists in the province. The Act will help protect the public if there are instances of unethical or incompetent practitioners, and will provide title protection for massage therapists (only […]