Category: Saskatchewan

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Saskatchewan, manhunt and controversy

TORONTO – Amid grief and controversy, the manhunt continues in Saskatchewan. The question, after the massacre of 10 people and the wounding of 19 others with stab wounds, is only one: where is Myles Sanderson hiding? According to the chief of the Queen Police Evan Bray would no longer be in the city. “We have received information that leads us to believe that Myles Sanderson may no longer be in this community,” Bray said. And although we don’t know where he is, we are still looking not only inside Regina, but also throughout the province,” he said. It dates back to last Sunday the sighting in the city of the Nissan Rogue of which the fugitive could be driving. Since then nothing more. “He could be injured – said the police – certainly he is armed and dangerous”. 

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Saskatchewan massacre, a suspect died. Shooting in the Witchekan Lake First Nation

Blood and death in two Indian reservations in Saskatchewan. After the massacre that took place in the James Smith Cree Nation and Weldon where 10 people died and 18 were injured in a series of stabbings, a shooting took place in the Witchekan Lake First Nation. So far there are few details made known but the RCMP does not believe that this last fact of blood is connected to the carnage of the previous day. 

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Canada Covid-19 Updates Italian News Updates Politics Polls Saskatchewan

Il Covid e la politica dividono i canadesi

TORONTO – Tensioni, perdita di contatto tra i membri della famiglia e molti litigi. Da un nuovo sondaggio condotto dal Canadian Hub for Applied and Social Research dell’Università del Saskatchewan risulta che sempre più canadesi si stanno allontanando a causa della divergenza di opinioni su varie tematiche, molti sono arrivati addirittura a ridurre i contatti con amici o familiari… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>> 

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Covid-19, hospitalized under one thousand in Ontario. No more mask in Sask

TORONTO – The number of people finally hospitalized with Covid-19 in Ontario will drop below one hundred: it is the first time since the end of December, although provincial health officials recall that not all hospitals observe their data over the weekend . However, there are now 842 Covid patients, of which 281 are in intensive care.  (more…)

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Covid-19, altre 42 vittime in Ontario e 52 in Quebec. Via tutte le restrizioni in Sask

TORONTO – Nuovo calo, ieri, del numero di pazienti Covid-19 nelle terapie intensive dell’Ontario: adesso sono 474 ( contro i 486 di lunedì), il numero più basso dal lo scorso 10 gennaio, quando i ricoverati in ICU erano 438. Di questi pazienti, l’82% è effettivamente in cura per il Covid-19 mentre il 18% è risultato positivo dopo il ricovero avvenuto per altre patologie. 174 sono completamente vaccinati, 158 non sono vaccinati e 10 sono parzialmente vaccinati, mentre non sono state fornite informazioni sulla vaccinazione per i restanti 132 pazienti… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>> 

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Ontario, salgono a 11mila le vittime del Covid

TORONTO – Oltre 1 milione di casi di Covid-19 e più di 11.000 morti dall’inizio della pandemia: ieri l’Ontario ha tagliato i due tristi traguardi, con altri 37 decessi che portano il totale a 11.004 e 4.790 nuovi contagi che fanno salire il conteggio complessivo a 1.001.455. 3.861 le persone attualmente ricoverate in ospedale con il virus – rispetto alle 3.797 di domenica – e 615 sono in cura in terapia intensiva, con un aumento di 11 pazienti nelle ultime 24 ore… Read More in Corriere Canadese >>> 


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