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Patients stuck with extra fee when pharmacists prescribe

Saskatchewan pharmacists have recently been authorized to prescribe for additional minor ailments including urinary tract infections, influenza and contraceptives. It’s an authority patients are beginning to rely on. READ MORE: Naloxone made more widely available in Saskatchewan “We’re seeing that more frequently particularly on weekends and after walk in clinics are closed,” Janine Hiebert, a pharmacy manager at a London

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Saskatchewan municipalities to pay for some firefighting by crop-dusters

A new Saskatchewan government program allowing crop-duster pilots to fight grass fires will cost $2,000 per plane per hour when air support is called for. The Single Engine Aircraft Tanker (SEAT) program enables seven Transport Canada-approved operators in Saskatchewan to battle wildland fires using water, foam or a mixture of both. READ MORE: Firefighting ‘natural transition’ for Saskatchewan crop-dusters The

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Saskatchewan Polytechnic drops athletics in favour of ‘wellness approach’

A Saskatchewan post-secondary institution is dropping out of competitive sports and has closed gyms and recreational facilities. Saskatchewan Polytechnic said it will no longer have sports teams that compete against other institutions. READ MORE: Confidential recording explains University of Regina wrestling cuts Related U of S volleyball coach fired for recruiting player facing sexual assault charges Dr. Anne Neufeld, provost

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2018 Construction plan for Regina

Like mosquitoes, sunburns, and elm seeds, construction is something we deal with in return for warmer temperatures through the summer months, but for Regina residents, this year’s work will temporarily limit access to hospitals and bring in a traffic pattern some areas struggling with. Global’s Cami Kepke has all you need to know about construction season. https://globalnews.ca/video/4252899/2018-construction-plan-for-regina/Please like & share:

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Rider Nation and ‘Humboldt Strong’ unite at Glen Hall Park

Saskatchewan Roughriders training camp continued Sunday as the green and white packed up and took their show on the road to Humboldt. Mascot Gainer the gopher got there early to entertain the fans prior to practice getting underway at Glenn Hall Park football field. READ MORE: Humboldt Broncos stats keeper predicted Vegas Golden Knights would win Related Humboldt Bronco Ryan

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Rider Nation and ‘Humboldt Strong’ unite at Glen Hall Park

Saskatchewan Roughriders training camp continued Sunday as the green and white packed up and took their show on the road to Humboldt. Mascot Gainer the gopher got there early to entertain the fans prior to practice getting underway at Glenn Hall Park football field. READ MORE: Humboldt Broncos stats keeper predicted Vegas Golden Knights would win Related Humboldt Bronco Ryan

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