City issues COVID-19 update for April 3

The toll-free number for provincial COVID-19 inquiries (1-855-559-5502) can also be used to report non-compliance with provincial guidelines. The line is staffed 24/7. Please remember that social gatherings of...

Fourteen new COVID-19 cases, 12 recoveries

As of April 3, Saskatchewan has 14 new confirmed cases of COVID-19, bringing the provincial total to 220. Currently, there are three people in hospital in the province. Two people are receiving inpatient care ...

City provides daily COVID-19 update for April 2

The province is asking everyone to download the SaskAlert app in order to receive provincial notifications related to COVID-19. SaskAlert is used to provide information about province-wide issues (such as mand...

Thirteen new cases of COVID-19 in Sask.

As of April 2, Saskatchewan has 13 new confirmed cases of COVID-19, bringing the provincial total to 206. Currently, there are four people in hospital in the province. Two people are receiving inpatient car...

Funeral services limited to immediate family

by Phil Ambroziak Sombre times have grown even more so because of new laws in place to help address the COVID-19 crisis. As per the provincial health order currently in effect because of the global pande...

Chase the Ace winner crowned

by Phil Ambroziak The chase is over. A winner had to be determined last Thursday (March 26) during what was the final day of St. Pascal School in Green Lake’s weekly Chase the Ace fundraiser. And, after ...

COVID-19 disrupts lives, livelihoods

by Phil Ambroziak The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has left many Canadians – including those in Saskatchewan’s North – wondering how they’ll be able to financially make ends meet. One example is Meadow Lake...

Parks delay start of camping season

In response to COVID-19, Saskatchewan Provincial Parks will delay the campsite reservation launch and the start of the camping season until further notice. Campsite reservations were scheduled to open April 13...

Province records third COVID-19 death

A Saskatchewan resident in the 80-89 age range has died from complications related to COVID-19. The province now has three deaths related to the virus. As of April 1, Saskatchewan has nine new confirmed ca...

City provides daily COVID-19 update for March 31

There were eight new provincial cases reported today, the lowest increase in a week. Let’s keep doing what we can to help flatten the curve.  It’s as important as ever to stay home whenever possible, and ...