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Stay Safe, Be Prepared: Staying Home Alone

The million-dollar question remains uncertain, at what age can a child stay home alone? Like most provinces, Saskatchewan does not have an age restriction for when a child can stay home alone. The Canadian Safety Council recommends the age of 10 as a minimum to stay home alone for short periods of time and children […]

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Open for Business – Changes Expected as we Prepare for Phase Three

With May 19th marking the start of phase two in the reopen Saskatchewan plan, many individuals and businesses are looking ahead to phase three, which includes the reopening of restaurants and bars at 50% capacity. This will require proper preparation and planning, along with the acceptance of change by employers, staff and customers as we […]

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Proceed with Caution – A Guide to Return to Work Policies Amidst COVID-19

For organizations and individuals throughout Saskatchewan, the last two months have been a time filled with challenges and leading us to adjust to a different way of living and doing things. We have seen businesses make the tough decision to close their doors or change their way of operating. We have also seen plenty of […]

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