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    Date: Apr 10, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

Weyburn Police Service is requesting the publics assistance to locate this missing 13 year old female, Jacqueline Soles. She was last seen April 9th at 10:50hrs in Weyburn. If possible please check all of your property and out buildings for any sign of her.

Statement from her mother:
Please, anyone who is friends with Jacqueline Soles, I have no desire to get anyone in trouble thinking theyre being a friend by hiding her out. I just want my baby home safely. I need her to know how loved, special, unique, funny and precious she is. Please, all I want is to hug my child.

If anyone has any information, or have seen Jacqueline Soles, Please call the Weyburn Police Service at 306-848-3250, Crimestoppers 1-800-222-TIPS or the RCMP at 310-RCMP.


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    Date: Apr 09, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

The Government of Saskatchewan reported six COVID-19 deaths on Friday, along with 358 new cases.

One death was a person in their 40s from the Regina zone. Four deaths were recorded in the 70-79 age group, including two in the Regina zone, one in the Saskatoon zone and one in the South East zone. The fourth death was a person in their 80s from the Regina zone.

Saskatchewan has now reported 453 total COVID-19 deaths.

he 358 new cases mark the provinces largest single day increase since Jan. 15. New cases are located in the Far North West (six), North West (30), North Central (14), North East (seven), Saskatoon (64), Central West (three), Central East (19), Regina (108), South West (four), South Central (eight), and South East (63) zones.

Saskatchewan currently has 2,337 active COVID-19 cases. There were 160 recoveries reported on Friday. The provinces seven-day average of daily new cases is 242, or 19.7 new cases per 100,000 population.

A total of 206 people are in hospital in the province related to the disease, including 43 people in intensive care.


VARIANTS OF CONCERN

There are 138 new variants of concern in Saskatchewan. As of Thursday, 3,086 variants of concern (VOC) have been identified in Saskatchewan.

The variant cases were found in the Far North West (two), Far North East (four), North West (seven), North Central (24), Saskatoon (189), Central West (13), Central East (71), Regina (2,189), South West (19), South Central (266), and South East (283) zones.

Lineage for a total of 951 VOCs have been identified, including 942 cases of B.1.1.1.7 and eight B.1.351.


TESTING AND VACCINES

The province said 3,914 COVID-19 tests were processed on Friday.

A record number of COVID-19 vaccinations were administered for the second day in a row. The government said 11,634 more doses were given, bringing the total number of doses administered to 256,280.

The new doses were given in the Far North West (370), Far North Central (one), Far North East (171), North West (835), North Central (987), North East (977), Saskatoon (3,328), Central West (244), Central East (782), Regina (1,716), South West (464), South Central (685) and South East (783).


REGINA DRIVE-THRU VACCINE CLINIC ELIGIBILITY SHIFTED TO AGES 53, 54 ONLY

Saskatchewan announced changes to its vaccine delivery plan, making the Regina drive-thru vaccination clinic available to those aged 53 and 54, and expanding the vaccine appointment booking system to ages 55-plus province-wide.

The Regina drive-thru clinic will begin administering Pfizer vaccines to residents aged 53 and 54-years-old only, starting April 9.

This clinic will operate on a first come, first serve basis, open 8:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily.


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    Date: Apr 09, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

Nearly 300 Saskatchewan physicians have signed a letter to the government asking for more aggressive measures as the province grapples with COVID-19 variants.

“Our current measures are not enough,” says the letter, signed by 285 doctors. “Our system will not cope with these more aggressive, more contagious and more lethal variants. Without further action, both our healthcare system and the economy will be further devastated.”

The letter, addressed to Premier Scott Moe and Health Minister Paul Merriman, calls for increased public health measures across the province, economic support for people whose livelihoods have been impacted and paid sick time for essential workers.

Doctors are also asking the province to expand vaccine eligibility to include all healthcare workers, all essential workers – such as teachers, early childhood educators and frontline personnel – and those who may be at a higher risk because of socio-economic factors.

According to the doctors, many essential workers are from lower socio-economic groups and cannot afford to stay home or isolate from their families if someone is sick. The physicians said these groups will not receive the vaccine fast enough to protect them.

The provincial government has maintained that vaccines – not more public health measures – are the province’s ticket out of the pandemic, while doctors say vaccines alone will not lead Saskatchewan to safety.

“Vaccinations are the light at the end of the tunnel, but we are not close enough to the end to rely solely on them,” reads the letter.

On Wednesday, Merriman said he is “extremely concerned” about the current COVID-19 situation in Regina, but the province wont be straying from its vaccination strategy to address the problem.

Doctors in the province previously wrote an open letter – which was signed by more than 300 physicians – to the government in November. The letter was addressed to Moe, Merriman and Dr. Saqib Shahab, the province’s chief medical health officer. It called for “leadership” in the face of rising COVID-19 case numbers.


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    Date: Apr 09, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

The Saskatchewan real estate market is riding the wave of a nation-wide housing frenzy.

In March, 1,719 homes were sold across the province – up more than 85 per cent from last year. New listings were up more than 41 per cent, according to the Saskatchewan Relators Association (SRA).

The SRA said the upward trend was fuelled by a shrinking number of homes for sale combined with a high demand.


SASKATOON

Sales in the Bridge City were up 109 per cent from March 2020, going up from 273 to 570 in March 2021. New listings increased 54 per cent, climbing from 602 to 926.

Houses are also staying on the market for a shorter period of time. Homes in Saskatoon were up for sale for an average of 36 days in March, down 34.5 per cent from 55 days last year.

According to the MLS Home Price Index (HPI), Saskatoon saw the price of the benchmark composite home rise 8 per cent year-over-year, going from 290,500 to 314,300.


REGINA

Home sales in Regina were up 70 per cent from last March, rising from 213 to 362.

There was also a 58 per cent increase in new listings in the Queen City. There were 680 this March, compared to 430 in March 2020.

Homes were on the market for an average of 41 days in March 2021, down 40 per cent from 68 days last year, according to the SRA.

The hot housing market is pushing up the price of homes in Regina. The MLS HPI measured a 9.5 per cent increase year-over-year in the price of a benchmark composite home.


MOOSE JAW

Sales in Moose Jaw increased 93.5 per cent from last March. There were 60 homes sold in March 2021, compared to 31 last year.

The number of new listings fell just over 1 per cent, from 87 to 86 in March 2021.

Houses stayed on the market for an average of 62 days in Moose Jaw this March, compared to 86 days last year – a 28 per cent drop.


PRINCE ALBERT

Home sales in Prince Albert rose 79 per cent. Last March, there were 24 homes sold. March 2021 saw 43 homes purchased.

The number of new listings increased from 60 to 86 – a 43 per cent jump.

Homes in Prince Albert were on the market longer this year. Houses were up for sale an average of 81 days, up 19 per cent from 68 days last March.


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    Date: Apr 09, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

The province has updated its COVID-19 outdoor activity guidelines to make sure residents can safely enjoy the spring and summer weather.


GOLF

Tee times will only have to be a minimum of eight minutes apart this season, as opposed to 10. Tournaments will be allowed, but awards and receptions must be virtual.


PARKS AND CAMPGROUNDS

This year, camping will be open at 100 per cent capacity for overnight camping and limited-term campsites. Park, playground and aquatic access will be allowed, but sites must follow the existing public health orders.

Laundry services will also be allowed. Current public health guidelines, including wearing a mask and physical distancing, must be followed.


DAY CAMPS FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH

Multiple groups of eight will be allowed to participate in programming and activities for sport, music, art, dance, drama and educational program day camps – given available space. Virtual activities are still recommended.

According to a press release, additional guidelines will be announced in the coming weeks, including guidelines for youth and individual sports.


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    Date: Apr 09, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

Three men have been charged after an investigation into the death of Damione Dustyhorn, an 18-year-old who died Wednesday.

According to the Regina Police Service, Cody Stanley Glenn Desnomie, 29, is charged with second-degree murder and two counts of aggravated assault.

Eighteen-year-old George Moses Gordon and a 20-year-old Tristan Daniel McNabb have been charged with assault with a weapon. Gordon was also charged with using an imitation firearm. Police say they were involved in the alternation, but not connected to the death of Dustyhorn.

Dustyhorn was found dead in the 1500 block of Cameron St. after police received a report of an altercation around 8:30 p.m.

Police said two other men at the scene were found injured, one of them remains in hospital with significant injuries.


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    Date: Apr 09, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

The Government of Saskatchewan announced Friday it is extending the Re-Open Saskatchewan Training Subsidy (RSTS) from March 31 to June 30, 2021.

The subsidy was launched in June 2020. The program is a temporary training subsidy that gives businesses financial support to train employees as they adapt to pandemic impacts.

With significant uptake to this point, the extension of this program will give more businesses the opportunity to access this program as we continue to work through the pandemic and economic recovery,” Immigration and Career Training Minister Jeremy Harrison said in a press release.

The RSTS reimburses employers 100 per cent of employee training costs up to a maximum of 10,000 per business. According to the government, more than 1,000 applications have been approved since the program started.


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    Date: Mar 29, 2021
    Posted By: EVO Radio Support Center

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    Date: Mar 23, 2021
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    Date: Mar 23, 2021
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