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NEW CPHO Report - From Risk to Resilience: An Equity Approach to COVID-19

NEW CPHO Report - From Risk to Resilience: An Equity Approach to COVID-19

Posted in COVID-19 / GOVERNMENT OF CANADA INFO

Canada’s Chief Public Health Officer, Dr. Theresa Tam, has released her latest report on the State of Public Health in Canada 2020, From Risk to Resilience: An equity approach to COVID-19. As Canada and the world face a resurgence of COVID-19 cases, this year’s report examines how the first...


Free Online Learning Resources

Free Online Learning Resources

Posted in COVID-19 / ARCA News

For a List of Free Online Resources for Canadians During the COVID-19 Pandemic CLICK...


CHILD CARE ACCESSIBILITY EXPANDED AS OF MAY 4 FOR WORKING PARENTS

CHILD CARE ACCESSIBILITY EXPANDED AS OF MAY 4 FOR WORKING PARENTS

Posted in COVID-19 / ARCA News

Today April 30, 2020 the Government of Saskatchewan announced that anyone working now or returning to work under Phase I and Phase II of the Re-Open Saskatchewan plan will have access to licensed child care services located within Saskatchewan schools. Following the closure of school-based...


Phases of Re-Open Saskatchewan

Posted in COVID-19

Re-Open Saskatchewan will consist of five phases. The timing and order of the businesses/workplaces included in each phase is subject to change throughout the process based on a continuous assessment of transmission patterns and other factors. READ...


Helpful Resources from Sask Health

Helpful Resources from Sask Health

Posted in COVID-19

Helpful resources via the province, Saskatchewan Health https://tinyurl.com/y9lnoy5a    Wellness Together Canada: Mental Health and Substance Use Support  https://ca.portal.gs/ Mental Health and Addiction Resources, COVID 19 Public Health Agency of Canada provides the following link on...


SHA STRENGTHENS SCREENING AND MASKING REQUIREMENTS

SHA STRENGTHENS SCREENING AND MASKING REQUIREMENTS

Posted in COVID-19

Today the Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) announced proactive measures and precautions to combat COVID-19 and ensure safety in SHA facilities, including new screening and masking requirements for health care providers.  Starting April 15, staff, physicians, learners, trainees, vendors...


Feeding Your Infant During Covid-19

Feeding Your Infant During Covid-19

Posted in COVID-19

Currently, there is no approved vaccine to protect against coronaviruses. Women who are pregnant, or with children and infants, should take the same precautions as the general public to avoid COVID-19 infection. This resource is meant to answer your questions about feeding your infant and...


Covid-19 Helpful Links

Posted in COVID-19

Online Self Assessment Tool City of Regina World Health Organization Government of Canada Public Health Agency Saskatchewan Health Authority Printable Resources & Downloads Free Online Learning Resources  ...


Council of Chief Medical Officers of Health Communication: Use of Non-Medical Masks

Posted in COVID-19

Council of Chief Medical Officers of Health Communication: Use of Non-Medical Masks (or Facial Coverings) by the PublicFrom: Public HealthAgency of Canada StatementApril 7, 2020 Canadian public health guidance related to COVID-19 has been changing as the evidence base and our understanding...


COVID-19 SELF ASSESSMENT TOOL

Posted in COVID-19

 Experiencing symptoms of Covid-19 such as fever, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing? Take the Covid-19 self-assessment tool  today to determine whether you should be tested or...


HERITAGE SASKATCHEWAN VIRTUAL HERITAGE FAIR

HERITAGE SASKATCHEWAN VIRTUAL HERITAGE FAIR

Posted in COVID-19 / ARCA News

During this time of physical distancing and isolation, Heritage Saskatchewan wants to keep the minds of Saskatchewan students curious and learning by participating in our first ever Virtual Heritage Fair. Students are encouraged to create a project, and submit it to be showcased on our website...


TOOLS FOR SASKATCHEWAN RESIDENTS TO NAVIGATE COVID-19 INFORMATION

Posted in COVID-19

Executive Council 20-3254 The Government of Saskatchewan has made a number of tools available for the public to ask questions, access information and obtain support during the COVID-19 pandemic.  Since the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic in Saskatchewan, a number of these tools have...