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Government is taking action against impaired driving through effective legislation, more tools for law enforcement, and doing more to build awareness.

The Member of Parliament for southwest Saskatchewan wants to mark an important day Oct. 27.

A man who has charges against him from incidents in Shaunavon, Leader and Brooks regions was in Broadview Provincial Court.

A change to The Workers’ Compensation Act, 2013 was introduced today (Oct. 25) which will expand workers’ compensation coverage to workers suffering psychological injuries in Saskatchewan.

Homeowners in the Cypress Health Region are being encouraged to test their homes for radon gas and implement measures to reduce exposure if elevated levels are detected. Prolonged exposure to confined indoor spaces with high radon gas levels can lead to increased risk of lung cancer.

The publicly-funded (free) flu vaccine will be offered in Saskatchewan beginning October 31 and is recommended to all residents six months of age and older.  The free flu vaccine will be available through public health clinics across the province, at some physician and Nurse Practitioner offices, and from participating pharmacies.

Thursday, 20 October 2016 12:29

Two charged in Gull Lake hotel fire

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On Oct. 9 at 8 a.m. Swift Current Rural RCMP responded to a call of a structure fire at the Gull Lake Hotel in Gull Lake.  The building was destroyed by the fire. 

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