CFL looking at September start, Regina no longer guaranteed 2020 Grey Cup host

Saskatchewan may have to wait until 2022 to host the Grey Cup. The 2020 Grey Cup was initially awarded to the Saskatchewan Roughriders in 2019, but due to the uncertainty surrounding the CFL season caused by the coronavirus pandemic, it’s…

Coronavirus: Saskatchewan golf courses will have new rules when they open

Golfing will be a little bit different when courses in Saskatchewan are allowed to open starting May 15. When the Saskatchewan government rolled out its five-phase reopening plan from the novel coronavirus on April 24, golf was deemed a low-risk…

CFL player’s assocation seeks answers from league as COVID-19 shutdown continues

The Canadian Football League Players’ Association is asking for more cooperation from the league during the COVID-19 pandemic. CFLPA president and Saskatchewan Roughriders linebacker Solomon Elimimian said the CFL and the players’ association were having regular conversations on how to…

Saskatchewan to start reopening from the coronavirus pandemic on May 4

Saskatchewan will reopen its economy and services in five phases starting on May 4. Premier Scott Moe said Wednesday the coronavirus curve has flattened in the province and the reopening will be gradual and methodical. Related News Those plans have…

Saskatchewan to ‘cautiously’ reopen from the coronavirus pandemic in 5 phases

Saskatchewan is ready to reopen as the number of new coronavirus cases flatten in the province. But Premier Scott Moe said it needs to be done with great caution as it involves risks. Related News “If we move too quickly,…

CFL commissioner remains hopeful for football in 2020

For once, the ball isn’t in Randy Ambrosie’s hands — neither the football nor the crystal ball. However, the Canadian Football League (CFL) commissioner is trying to remain optimistic without knowing what’s ahead for his league. “What we’ve learned is…

Fifteen cases of COVID-19 in Indigenous communities to date, Canadian minister reports

To date, there have been a total of 15 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Indigenous communities, according to Marc Miller. The federal minister of Indigenous services spoke at a press conference on Thursday. He did not specify where in Canada…

Coronavirus: SMA president Dr. Allan Woo tests positive for COVID-19

The head of the Saskatchewan Medical Association says he has tested positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by the novel coronavirus. Dr. Allan Woo believes he contracted the disease while at a bonspiel in Edmonton. Related News READ MORE: Saskatchewan…