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Parking fees waved at hospitals throughout province

Parking fees waved at hospitals throughout province

Saskatchewan Health Authority decision comes as COVID-19 crisis continues
Warriors' Hunt ranked 25th in final Central Scouting rankings

Warriors' Hunt ranked 25th in final Central Scouting rankings

Highly touted defenceman a likely second-round pick; Gould ranked nine among goaltenders
Post-secondary students can apply for emergency bursaries

Post-secondary students can apply for emergency bursaries

Bursaries will be available from now until Sept. 30, 2020
Vulnerable pre-k students in PSSD to continue to receive support

Vulnerable pre-k students in PSSD to continue to receive support

These particular 160 pre-kindergarten spots for kids ages three and four were first created during the 2017-18 school year when the board directed $1 million in reserve money to support the initiative
How to celebrate Easter this weekend despite stay-at-home orders

How to celebrate Easter this weekend despite stay-at-home orders

Easter is approaching quickly, and the self-isolation measures have likely put a wrench in plenty of holiday plans
Researchers to study whether plasma of recovered patients can treat COVID-19

Researchers to study whether plasma of recovered patients can treat COVID-19

MONTREAL — Researchers from across Canada will collaborate on a vast clinical trial to study whether the plasma of recovered patients can be used to treat COVID-19.
The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada

The latest numbers of confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 4 a.m. ET on April 9, 2020: There are 19,291 confirmed and presumptive cases in Canada.
Five headlines for Thursday morning

Five headlines for Thursday morning

A selection of headlines to read this morning 
Good Morning Moose Jaw!

Good Morning Moose Jaw!

Thursday will have a high of 9 C, with a low of -1
Health Authority outlines readiness plan to handle potential spread of coronavirus in Sask.

Health Authority outlines readiness plan to handle potential spread of coronavirus in Sask.

The Saskatchewan Health Authority is preparing for potentially as many as 8,000 COVID-19 related deaths, as the outbreak continues, and have released their plan to handle that situation should it happen