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Province expanding COVID-19 rapid-testing kit use

Province expanding COVID-19 rapid-testing kit use

More than 700,000 tests be offered to long-term and personal care homes, shelters, detox facilities, group homes and schools
Month-long project to grow indoor garden pays off for students

Month-long project to grow indoor garden pays off for students

The school received $3,000 from the Whole Kids Foundation in December to purchase the equipment and seeds for an indoor garden
Western Hockey League trade deadline passes with no activity

Western Hockey League trade deadline passes with no activity

With schedule set to begin in Central Division Friday night, teams opt to stick with current rosters and development focus
Moose Jaw’s Ingalls off to fast start with Lander University lacrosse

Moose Jaw’s Ingalls off to fast start with Lander University lacrosse

Sophomore midfielder has pair of goals in first two games with unbeaten Bearcats
211 new COVID-19 cases, 1 death reported, 142 recoveries

211 new COVID-19 cases, 1 death reported, 142 recoveries

The new cases are located in the Regina (80), Saskatoon (37), Far North West (24), North West (16), Central East (13), South Central (7), Far North Central (6), North Central (5), Central West (5), South East (4), Far North East (3), North East (3), and South West (1) zones
SaskPower warns customers of Economic Recovery Rebate phone scam

SaskPower warns customers of Economic Recovery Rebate phone scam

The callers are likely attempting to collect information for illegal purposes
Cultural Diversity Advisory Committee hosts presentation on creating community cultural plan in Moose Jaw

Cultural Diversity Advisory Committee hosts presentation on creating community cultural plan in Moose Jaw

Representatives from Prairie Wild Consulting spoke about a similar plan that was developed in Prince Albert
Letter to the Editor: Gov’t neglecting many frontline health care workers

Letter to the Editor: Gov’t neglecting many frontline health care workers

A letter to the editor from Martin Been
Keeping seniors connected

Keeping seniors connected

You can still participate in the Keeping Seniors Connected letter campaign
The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Thursday, Feb. 25, 2021

The latest numbers on COVID-19 in Canada for Thursday, Feb. 25, 2021

The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Canada as of 4 a.m. ET on Thursday, Feb. 25, 2021. There are 855,126 confirmed cases in Canada. _ Canada: 855,126 confirmed cases (30,393 active, 802,926 resolved, 21,807 deaths).