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Saskatchewan premier apologizes to those left without health care due to COVID-19

Saskatchewan premier apologizes to those left without health care due to COVID-19

REGINA — Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says he's sorry some people have been left without health care as the province redirects resources to deal with its fourth wave of COVID-19.
Hudbay officially reopens New Britannia gold mill

Hudbay officially reopens New Britannia gold mill

Snow Lake’s new gold mill is officially on line for Hudbay.
Manitoba pastor who openly violated COVID-19 restrictions arrested on warrant

Manitoba pastor who openly violated COVID-19 restrictions arrested on warrant

WINNIPEG — A Manitoba pastor accused of openly violating COVID-19 public health orders has been arrested.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers acquire veteran kicker Sergio Castillo in deal with B.C. Lions

Winnipeg Blue Bombers acquire veteran kicker Sergio Castillo in deal with B.C. Lions

WINNIPEG — The Winnipeg Blue Bombers acquired American kicker Sergio Castillo from the B.C. Lions on Tuesday for a conditional 2022 fourth-round pick.
Man charged following threatening email to Saskatchewan health official, premier

Man charged following threatening email to Saskatchewan health official, premier

REGINA — Police in Regina say a man is accused of sending a threatening email from a fake account to two people, one of whom a spokeswoman in the premier's office says was Scott Moe.
Saskatchewan premier says province could have acted sooner on renewed COVID-19 rules

Saskatchewan premier says province could have acted sooner on renewed COVID-19 rules

REGINA — On the day Saskatchewan asked the federal government for help to deal with surging COVID-19 hospitalizations, Premier Scott Moe granted the province could have acted sooner on a renewed mask mandate or proof-of-vaccination policy.
Manitoba vaccine requirements likely to be in place until spring: top doctor

Manitoba vaccine requirements likely to be in place until spring: top doctor

WINNIPEG — Manitoba's COVID-19 vaccine mandate is likely to remain in place until at least the spring, chief public health officer Dr.

WHL Roundup: Winnipeg Ice top Broncos 3-1, remain perfect to start season

WINNIPEG — The Winnipeg Ice notched their seventh consecutive victory to begin the Western Hockey League season by defeating the Swift Current Broncos 3-1 on Sunday.
Saskatchewan asks other provinces if they can spare ICU staff amid COVID-19 crisis

Saskatchewan asks other provinces if they can spare ICU staff amid COVID-19 crisis

REGINA — Saskatchewan is asking other provinces if they have health-care workers they could send if needed in the coming days to help its struggling intensive care units.

Manitoba legislature will not resume until the governing Tories pick a new leader

WINNIPEG — The Manitoba legislature has wrapped up a brief fall sitting and is now on break while the governing Progressive Conservatives pick a new leader.