Saskatoon doctor’s intuition leads to rescue of 29 people poisoned with carbon monoxide

A carbon monoxide leak from a boiler in a Saskatoon apartment building sent 29 people to hospital Thursday. It all began when an emergency room doctor at Royal University Hospital became concerned when... Read more »

Racism against doctors is not rare in Canada and it hurts our entire health-care system

This Point of View piece was written by Dr. Hassan Masri, an intensive care specialist in Saskatoon. For more information about CBC’s Opinion section, please see the FAQ. “Is there a doctor from here that... Read more »

Saskatchewan now has highest active case rate of COVID-19 in country: Health Canada

Despite a drop in new cases on Tuesday, Saskatchewan’s rate of active COVID-19 cases is now the highest in the country. According to data from Health Canada, Saskatchewan had an active case... Read more »

First Nations housing must be a priority for all governments in 2021, says FSIN chief

Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations Chief Bobby Cameron says the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the urgent need for better housing in First Nations communities. Cameron said the treaty right to housing is not... Read more »

As a contact tracer, I see the challenges of self-isolation — and how we’re failing to address them

This opinion piece is by Helen Tang, a third-year medical student at the University of Saskatchewan, who is making contact tracing calls. For more information about CBC’s Opinion section, please see the FAQ. Working in... Read more »

Sask. woman cooped up in outbreak care home says isolation taking its toll

Judy Havers says she used to like going outside, getting coffee at Boston Pizza, watching animals in the park and, most of all, feeding the feral cats she’s nourished and taken comfort from for the last... Read more »

Sask. premier offers hope for Christmas care home visits. Why 1 lonely resident says she’d rather not risk it

Judy Havers says she used to like going outside, getting coffee at Boston Pizza, watching animals in the park and, most of all, feeding the feral cats she’s nourished and taken comfort from for the last... Read more »

Sask. premier offers hope for Christmas care home visits. A lonely resident says she’d rather not risk it

Judy Havers says she used to like going outside, getting coffee at Boston Pizza, watching animals in the park and, most of all, feeding the feral cats she’s nourished and taken comfort from for the last... Read more »

Some Sask. families fear loss of support networks due to new COVID-19 gathering restrictions

Amanda Sanderson says she’s worried about what the next few weeks will mean for her family. Sanderson’s 17-year-old daughter is living with mental health issues and her parents, alongside her siblings, have been... Read more »