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Additional COVID-19 measures introduced

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Saskatchewan's chief medical health officer is updating the public health order under The Public Health Act to further reduce the risk of potential COVID-19 transmission in the province. At the same time, Premier Scott Moe today signed an order...

Moe announces financial support for employers, employees

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Friday (March 20), Premier Scott Moe announced a significant financial support plan for Saskatchewan employers and employees hit by the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. “During this time of great uncertainty, it is of the utmost importance Saskatchewan people know...

Child care facilities being repurposed

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The Government of Saskatchewan is repurposing child care facilities in schools to provide child care services to support staff in health care and other employees who are delivering services related to the pandemic response, beginning Monday (March 23). The child...

City provides COVID-19 update

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The City of Meadow Lake is keeping residents in the loop when it comes to local COVID-19 concerns. "Even though city hall is closed, council meetings will still continue to be held for the time being and remain open to...

Four new cases of COVID-19 in Sask.

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As of March 19, Saskatchewan has four new, presumptive positive cases for COVID-19. The provincial total for cases is now 20 – 12 are presumptive positive and eight are now confirmed, following verification from the National Microbiology Laboratory in...

MLA issues statement on COVID-19

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by Phil Ambroziak As the COVID-19 crisis continues worldwide, Meadow Lake MLA Jeremy Harrison is offering some words of encouragement to local constituents. “The events of the last week triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic have been unprecedented in the history of...

Sports scene screeches to a halt

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by Phil Ambroziak The sports community in Meadow Lake and area is taking a time out. With the rising scare of COVID-19 overtaking the world and numerous professional sports bodies such as the National Hockey League, National Basketball Association and Major...

Businesses urged to stand firm

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by Phil Ambroziak This is a time to stay strong. That’s the message at least one local business owner has for others in Meadow Lake’s small business community as she continues to exhibit optimism and adapt to the impact COVID-19 has...

Coronavirus cuts school year short

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by Phil Ambroziak School’s out for… a while. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a premature “summer” holiday for students throughout the province, as Monday morning (March 16) saw the Government of Saskatchewan announce all classes in pre-Kindergarten to Grade...

City, RM close facilities

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by Phil Ambroziak The City of Meadow Lake is taking whatever precautions it can to keep people safe during the COVID-19 crisis. Earlier this week, the city issued a press release in response to recent recommendations from the Province of Saskatchewan...