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    Date: Aug 03, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

Saskatchewan reported 24 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, according to the province’s virus dashboard.

New cases are located in the Far North West (two), Far North East (four), North West (one), North Central (seven), Saskatoon (four), South West (three) and South East (two) zones. One case is pending residence information.

There are 449 active COVID-19 cases in the province.

As of Tuesday, 58 people are in hospital related to the disease, including 10 people in intensive care.

No new deaths were reported. A total of 578 Saskatchewan residents with COVID-19 have died.

The seven day average of daily new COVID-19 cases is 48, or 4.0 new cases per 100,000 population.

The government said a total of 1,417,912 doses of COVID-19 vaccines have been administered in the province – up 775 doses from Monday.

There have been 12,362 variants of concern detected in Saskatchewan. Of the 8,126 cases with lineage results, 7,055 are Alpha, 10 are Beta, 430 are Gamma and 631 are Delta.


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    Date: Aug 03, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

The Saskatchewan RCMP major crimes unit has charged a woman in the 2020 death of a Big River First Nation man.

On Jan. 6, 2020 Big River RCMP responded to a report of a man who had been abducted from his home and assaulted, RCMP said in a news release.

Police determined the man — 36-year-old Richard Netmaker — had last been seen in an isolated area northwest of the First Nation, RCMP said.

Netmaker was found dead by RCMP on Jan. 10 in a rural area near Pekakumew Lake, according to police.

As part of the ongoing investigation into Netmakers death, 20-year-old Karlyne Morin, was arrested on July 26.

Morin is charged with criminal negligence causing death and two counts of forcible confinement.

Her next court appearance is scheduled for Aug. 5 in Prince Albert.


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    Date: Aug 03, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

A person was sent to hospital following a crash at the intersection of Elphinstone Street and Dewdney Avenue on Monday.

The Regina Police Service said it was dispatched to the “serious” crash late in the evening. EMS also responded to the scene and transported the driver of one of the vehicles to Regina General Hospital with serious injuries.

Police closed down both streets to investigate the incident. No further details were provided.

Anyone with information about this crash is asked to contact the Regina Police Service at 306-777-6500 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPPS).


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    Date: Aug 03, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

Manitoba is taking another step toward fully reopening as the province announced new public health orders will be coming into effect, allowing more businesses to reopen and lifting the provinces mandatory mask mandate.

Dr. Brent Roussin, the chief provincial public health officer, said more than 80 per cent of eligible Manitobans have received their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, while 71.4 per cent are now fully vaccinated, and 75 per cent of Manitobans are expected to be fully vaccinated this week.

He said with these vaccine numbers, it is allowing Manitoba to go ahead with its newest public health orders, which will come into effect on Aug. 7.

As part of the new orders, mask-wearing will not be required by the province but it will still be strongly recommended for those who are not fully immunized including kids under 12.

Roussin also noted businesses can still require masks.

Some of the new orders will allow many businesses to fully reopen with no restrictions, they include:
Indoor and outdoor gatherings at private residences;
Gyms and fitness centres;
Libraries;
Services such as hair and nail salons;
Day camps; and
Retail businesses, markets, garden centres, and malls.

The new orders will also require limited restrictions for other sectors, such as:
Weddings and funerals will have the same capacity limits. Capacity is limited to 50 people or 50 per cent of capacity, whichever is greater, while dance floors will remain closed and activities that encourage close gathering and mingling are not recommended;
Space between tables will not be required at bars or restaurants and dining will not be contained to households or vaccinated people. However, the province said people are expected to avoid socializing between tables; The capacity limit at museums, galleries and movie theatres will stay at 50 per cent but these facilities will not be restricted to vaccinated people;
Casinos and bingo halls, professional sporting events, concert halls and horse and auto racing facilities will now be allowed to open at 100 per cent capacity but will still be limited to vaccinated individuals; Spectator capacity will still have limits for indoor and outdoor sports recreation; Overnight camps will be allowed with limits on cohorts; and
Workplaces must continue to report cases to the government and public health said remote working is no longer required or recommended. Businesses are now encouraged to create a plan to reduce the risk of workplace transmission of COVID-19.

These public health orders will be in effect until Sept. 7.

Roussin said this is the largest reopening the province has had since the start of the pandemic and he recommends that people stay patient throughout the process.

Be kind with others. There will be people who are more open to the loosening restrictions than others, some people may still choose to not take part in crowded events. Some businesses may still require the use of masks, said Roussin.

He noted while these are the new health orders, businesses can still make their own policies which could include requiring people to be vaccinated.

The top doctor was also asked why the province is going ahead with the latest round of reopening and removing the mask mandate considering how prominent the Delta variant is throughout Canada and around the world.

Each province has to follow the epidemiology in their province. So certainly, we might see the beginnings of a fourth wave in certain areas potentially around the world. In Manitoba, although we are seeing an increase in (the) proportion of cases of Delta, we are seeing that in the face of declining case numbers and declining test positivity.

He said Manitobans have stepped up to get vaccinated, but still encouraged more people to get the shot, noting the 80 per cent first dose and 75 per cent second dose goals are not the endpoint for the pandemic.


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    Date: Aug 03, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

Street drug users in Saskatoon and Regina will now be able to test if drugs contain two potentially deadly substances.

On Tuesday the Government of Saskatchewan announced fentanyl and benzodiazepine (benzo) test strips are available in the provinces two largest cities.

Of the 73 confirmed opioid-related deaths in 2021, 66 per cent involved fentanyl which is 50-100 times more toxic than other opioids, the province said in a news release.

Often drugs users dont know if there is fentanyl present in the drugs they are using.

We have seen the devastating impact that fentanyl has had on so many Saskatchewan families and communities, mental health and addictions minister Everett Hindley said in the release.

The stips are available to clients at Newo Yotina Friendship Centre in Regina and at Prairie Harm Reduction in Saskatoon.

Drug testing allows us to notify the community in real-time of tainted street drugs, said Prairie Harm Reduction executive director Jason Mercredi said in the release.

Staff at both locations have received training on the proper use of the strips, according to the province.

Adding drug testing, with the support of the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health, will further enhance our ability to reduce harm in our community, said Newo Yotina Friendship Centre executive director Michael Parker.

The province emphasizes that the absence of the two substances does not necessarily mean the drugs are safe.

The test strips also do not reveal the amount of fentanyl or benzodiazepine that is present when there is a positive result.


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    Date: Aug 03, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

Health authorities are investigating an outbreak of hepatitis A infections linked to frozen mangoes.

It comes after Natures Touch Frozen Food Inc. pulled several batches of frozen mangoes from grocery stores over concerns about potential contamination.

The recall applies to certain Natures Touch, Compliments, Irresistibles and Presidents Choice products sold in Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and possibly other provinces and territories.

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is urging consumers to dispose of the recalled products, and contact their doctors if they have any concerns.

The Public Health Agency of Canada said Saturday it was collecting reports of hepatitis A infections related to the outbreak in Quebec and Nova Scotia.

The public health agency said two people who became sick said they ate frozen mangoes before falling ill, and leftover products collected from their homes tested positive for hepatitis A.

The CFIA says eating food contaminated with hepatitis A may cause mild illness that can appear about 15 to 50 days after the food was eaten. It often clears up on its own in a week or two, although it can last up to six months in some people.

The CFIA says the virus can cause inflammation of the liver, and symptoms may include fever, low appetite, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, muscle aches and yellowing in the whites of the eyes and the skin.

More information on the recalled products can be found on the CFIAs website.


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    Date: Aug 02, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

Three weeks after all COVID-19 restrictions were lifted in Saskatchewan, active cases have increased 19 per cent.

On July 11 the province reported 399 active COVID-19 cases. That number is up to 474 on Monday.

The highest concentration of active cases are in the Far Northwest (112), Saskatoon (74) and the Far Northeast (64).

Saskatchewan reported 29 new COVID-19 cases on Monday with 51 additional recoveries.

Fifty-eight people are being treated in hospital for COVID-19, up 10 from 48 on Sunday. Eleven people are being treated in the ICU.

New cases are located in the Far Northwest (three), Far North Central (three), Far Northeast (10), North Central (three), Northeast (one), Saskatoon (two), Regina (one), Southwest (three), Southeast (one) zones and two new cases have pending location details.

The seven-day average of new COVID-19 cases is 51, or 4.2 new cases per 100,000 people.

There were 862 more COVID-19 tests performed on Sunday. Health care employees administered 1,531 more doses of COVId-19 vaccine.


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    Date: Jul 19, 2021
    Posted By: EVO Radio Support Center

July 19, 2021, Due to severe thunderstorms our broadcast center lost power at 6:45 pm, the power came back on at 7:00pm.

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    Date: May 04, 2021
    Posted By: EVO Radio Support Center

MAY 4, 2021 At 5:50PM our server that hosts our stations websites and our broadcasts had a crash. This crash did affect the live broadcast on all websites and apps. The cause is still unknown, however while talking with our hosting company they informed us that they were having issues with servers at the same data center were our server is located. We will be watching our stations very closely over the next few days! We are back on line!!

Some other known issues: on chromium based browsers, they have made changes that makes JavaScripts timers to fail. We are working with our websites to remove JavaScript Timers, these changes will happen over the next one to two months. We will be fixing some other bugs and creating a mobile version of our sites.


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    Date: Apr 24, 2021
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April 23, 2021 At 3:20AM our server that hosts our stations websites had issues and caused a crash of our sites. This crash did not affect the live broadcast! Our techs are looking for a cause of the crash. We will be looking closely with our server for the next few days.

Some other known issues: on chromium based browsers, they have made changes that makes JavaScripts timers to fail. We are working with our websites to remove JavaScript Timers, these changes will happen over the next one to two months. We will be fixing some other bugs and creating a mobile version of our sites.


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