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January 18, 2021
With so much information coming at a person about COVID-19, sometimes it is difficult to tell fact from fiction.
Faces of the Fight: Erin Bruce, Public Health Nurse
January 15, 2021
Since the beginning of the pandemic, I have heard well over 100 stories from those who have tested positive for COVID-19. This is our story, which was terrifying for me, personally.
Faces of the Fight: Carol Scrivener, Registered Nurse
January 13, 2021
Carol Scrivener is a Registered Nurse who works in Saskatoon's emergency departments and writes and performs music. She's written a song called “We’re Gonna Be Okay."
COVID-19 outbreaks in long-term care: what happens and the work being done to prevent them
January 06, 2021
What exactly happens during an outbreak in a long-term care home and how it will impact your loved one and you?
Shaunavon Hospital and Care Centre offers residents special Christmas portrait
January 05, 2021
Staff at the Shaunavon Hospital and Care Centre knew they needed to do something special to raise spirits during the Christmas season this year and they came up with some fresh ideas, including a resident Christmas portrait session in early December.
Volunteer’s knitting skills help her community
January 04, 2021
Since coming to Canada in 2004, Kathleen has provided countless donations to Regina clients over the holidays.
Faces of the Fight: Heather Ellis, purchasing clerk
January 04, 2021
When the pandemic was first declared, my daily life did not change much. But I was not prepared for the emotional roller coaster.
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