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Two new cases of COVID-19 reported, nine recoveries in Saskatchewan

Two new cases of COVID-19 reported, nine recoveries in Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan has one new case and one new presumptive case of the coronavirus, bringing the provinces’ total reported cases to 307
Provincial government provides look at how COVID-19 may impact revenue

Provincial government provides look at how COVID-19 may impact revenue

Saskatchewan’s revenue decline could range from $1.3 to $3.3 billion
Future of WDM could look more digital due to pandemic’s effects

Future of WDM could look more digital due to pandemic’s effects

Many WDM crafts and activities have been moved online for families to download and complete at home
Seaborn wins Clippers basketball rookie of the year honour

Seaborn wins Clippers basketball rookie of the year honour

Former Central Cyclones stand-out has solid first season in Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference
City could lose millions in revenue if pandemic lasts until new year

City could lose millions in revenue if pandemic lasts until new year

“The uncertainty around the pandemic’s timing makes it very difficult to estimate potential revenue losses,” said city manager Jim Puffalt
Extra learning material should prepare kids for the fall, says education director

Extra learning material should prepare kids for the fall, says education director

Phase 2 of PSSD’s pandemic preparedness plan kicks off on Monday, April 20 and runs until Friday, May 15
Deadlines approaching to register for some school programs

Deadlines approaching to register for some school programs

Registration deadlines are fast approaching for the 2020-21 school year
Trudeau says $1.7B coming for orphaned-well cleanups

Trudeau says $1.7B coming for orphaned-well cleanups

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the federal government will support work in the oil and gas sector by spending $1.7 billion to help clean up "orphaned wells.
City council’s plunge into stock market “casino” shows lack of common sense

City council’s plunge into stock market “casino” shows lack of common sense

Ron Walter writes about the city's investments
Tips on how to shop smart for your groceries, from local nutritionist

Tips on how to shop smart for your groceries, from local nutritionist

Local public health nutritionist Melanie Warken has some tips to help get the most out of your spread-out grocery tips, as pandemic measures remain in place indefinitely
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