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Monday, 04 December 2017 03:31

Sask. gov't preparing for Federal Bill C-46

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New federal legislation on drug-impaired driving is expected to take effect in late December or early January, and the Government of Saskatchewan wants drivers in this province to know how it impacts them.  

The provincial Take Home Naloxone program to provide free kits to those at risk of an opioid overdose has been expanded to the Cypress Health Region.

The Cypress Health Region provides a variety of services to individuals facing mental health challenges.

There was some reflection on the achievements of the Cypress Health Region over the past 15 years at the final board meeting before the launch of a single provincial health authority in Saskatchewan.

The Cypress Health Region has concluded its mass influenza immunization clinic schedule for the 2017 fall campaign. The Region’s public health nursing team has provided nearly 40 clinics in 20 communities.

Please be advised that a temporary disruption to emergency outpatient services has been implemented at the Herbert and District Integrated Health Facility during the following timelines:

Simply Agriculture Solutions will be hosting four workshops in southwest Saskatchewan in the first half of December for producers who want to learn about species at risk on their land.

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