Sask. doctor keeps COVID-19 Wikipedia info accurate with encyclopedic dedication

Wikipedia has been a go-to site for medical information during the COVID-19 pandemic, getting more than 10 million hits per day from people seeking medical content including information on the novel coronavirus. And while... Read more »

Employers need to get serious about preventing workplace injuries in the home during pandemic, expert says

As Canadian workers toil away at home during the coronavirus pandemic, often hunched over laptops in awkward positions for hours, employers must prepare themselves for the emerging problem of workplace injuries sustained at... Read more »

COVID-19 test to be offered to anyone in Sask. working outside the home starting Monday

Beginning Monday, Saskatchewan is expanding COVID-19 testing to include anyone working outside the home who desires a test, no symptoms necessary. The broadened criteria will make Saskatchewan’s testing program the most expansive... Read more »

Health Canada issues recall of some KN95 masks made in China

Health Canada has issued a recall of KN95 respirators manufactured by dozens of Chinese companies because they “pose a health and safety risk to end users.”  In a bulletin issued to Canadian... Read more »

Depleted national stockpile leaves Canada reliant on China for masks, gowns and other supplies during pandemic

More than two months into the coronavirus pandemic, federal and provincial governments are using extraordinary measures to supply health-care workers with personal protective equipment, including letting them use expired masks. And with more than 61,000... Read more »

‘Flat-out incorrect’: Scientists debunk Sask. biologist’s claims about COVID-19 spread and physical distancing

An associate professor of biology in Saskatchewan has raised the ire of other scientists after he claimed that most people in the province had already contracted the novel coronavirus and recovered from... Read more »

‘Flat-out incorrect’: Anti-lockdown ‘rant’ from associate biology professor draws ire of Sask. scientists

An associate professor of biology in Saskatchewan has raised the ire of other scientists after he claimed that most people in the province had already contracted the novel coronavirus and recovered from... Read more »