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Outbreak ends at Mont St. Joseph; restrictions continue at Jubilee Lodge.
Access to the Mont St. Joseph Home in Prince Albert has returned to normal after a respiratory outbreak was declared over today by Dr. Khami Chokani, Medical Health Officer.

13 Feb 2017
Posted by Doug Dahl

Access to the Mont St. Joseph Home in Prince Albert has returned to normal after a respiratory outbreak was declared over today by Dr. Khami Chokani, Medical Health Officer.

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Outbreak declared at Special Care Home in Kinistino.
Access to the Jubilee Lodge Special Care Home in Kinistino is being restricted after an outbreak was declared today by Dr. Khami Chokani, Medical Health Officer.

10 Feb 2017
Posted by Doug Dahl

 

Access to the Jubilee Lodge Special Care Home in Kinistino is being restricted after an outbreak was declared today by Dr. Khami Chokani, Medical Health Officer.

 

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Outbreaks declared over two special care homes.
Outbreak protocols remain in place for the Northern Shores Unit of Mont St. Joseph Home in Prince Albert.

8 Feb 2017
Posted by Doug Dahl
Access to the Spiritwood and District Health Complex and Whispering Pine Place Special Care Homes has returned to normal after the two outbreaks were declared over today by Dr. Khami...

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Snowmobiling safety - wear a helmet and don't drink and sled

The Prince Albert Parkland Health Region’s Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) Outreach Team provides education about impaired riding. Riding while drinking or using drugs effects reaction time, judgment, coordination and vision. Studies of snowmobile deaths indicate that three out of four snowmobilers had been drinking. Riders are reminded that operating a snowmobile while impaired carries the same penalties as driving a vehicle while impaired.

Provincial Laws for impaired driving are changing effective Jan 1, 2017

  • Zero tolerance for alcohol or drugs will be allowed for drivers under the age of 21
  • A 3-day vehicle seizure for experienced drivers with .04 - .08 BAC on a 1st offence
  • Ignition interlock will be required for longer terms.

The Sask North ABI Outreach Team stresses the importance of wearing helmets. The brain operates the human body, but is fragile and does not typically heal if it is damaged. Helmets decrease brain injuries by 80 per cent if; they fit properly, worn properly with the chin strap done up and if they are not expired (more than 5 years old or been in a crash).

Injuries are predictable and preventable but unfortunately injuries are the leading cause of fatalities for Canadians ages 1-44. For more information about injury prevention initiatives from the provincial ABI Outreach Team please visit our social media page @SaskSmart on Twitter or Facebook or visit www.abipartnership.sk.ca