Pandemic could block access to medically-assisted dying for some Sask. patients

Valerie Scrivener said Monday that if she could die that day, it would be a huge relief.  “That would be wonderful,” she said in an interview from her hospital bed.  Hours later, after... Read more »

‘Am I going to see anyone again?’: Hospital patients isolated from loved ones as COVID-19 stops family visits

Mary-Anne Parker says her parents are planners — they had talked about what to do if one of them got sick. But nothing could have prepared them for what happened when her 85-year-old father went... Read more »

Health workers say Sask. system failing to protect elders, vulnerable adults from neglect and abuse

A Saskatchewan patient — unable to care for themselves due to cognitive impairment — was kicked and punched down the stairs at home. Another was left on the floor for several days... Read more »

Calls for culturally-specific care amidst concerns over mental health issues in black communities

Eight years after Fiyin Obayan suffered from a severe mental breakdown, she still remembers how terrifying it was. “It was like I was a different person. I just kind of lost sight... Read more »