Snowmelt runoff is nearing completion in much of the southern half of Saskatchewan, while the rest of province is expected to experience a below normal to normal spring runoff, according to the updated spring runoff report issued by the Water Security Agency (WSA) on April 3.
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As of April 2, 2020, Saskatchewan has 13 new, confirmed cases of COVID-19, bringing the provincial total to 206. Currently, there are four people in hospital in the province.
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With an escalating demand for food from families across the province, the 32 Food Banks across Saskatchewan are in desperate need of financial support. Food Banks of Saskatchewan launched a $6M province-wide campaign, on April 2, to ensure that families are not left hungry over the coming six months. Continue reading “Food Banks of Saskatchewan Launches Province-Wide Crisis Response Fund”