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Monday, 20 June 2011 10:07

Residents wanted for provincial health councils

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Saskatchewan residents who want to make a difference in health care have the opportunity to serve on a number of health professional councils.

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David Anderson, Member of Parliament for Cypress Hills-Grasslands, on behalf of the Honourable Diane Finley, Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development and Minister Responsible for Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), along with the Honourable June Draude, Saskatchewan Minister of Social Services, June 17 announced support for a local housing initiative for seniors.

Friday, 17 June 2011 08:38

HSAS members return to work

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Health Sciences Association of Saskatchewan members who took part in strike action in North Battleford, Humboldt, Melfort and Weyburn Thursday returned to work today.

Thursday, 16 June 2011 11:12

HSAS expands strike

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More than 100 specialized health care professionals in four different health regions will be on strike as of eight o’clock Thursday, Health Sciences Association president, Cathy Dickson announced.

Wednesday, 15 June 2011 14:23

HSAS not happy with SAHO's ‘final offer’

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The ‘final offer’ tabled last week by health care employers has been found to contain at least two hidden contract take-aways that would result in a salary loss of approximately 3% for about five-hundred Health Sciences professionals, and reduced financial  recognition for educational achievement, Health Sciences President Cathy Dickson said.

Courtesy Cypress Health
Planning for the new proposed integrated health facility in Leader continued as the functional planning team wasted no time in welcoming its newest members following the selection of its architect and design consultants.

By Heather Dawson
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One in four Canadians aged six to 79 has vitamin D blood levels below internationally recommended levels, a first-in-Canada study led by the University of Saskatchewan, in partnership with Statistics Canada and the Public Health Agency of Canada, has found.

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