Action Against COVID rally, Feb 12, 2022

Pro-public health rallies to call for measures to protect people in ‘post-mandate’ Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan residents united under the banner of Take Action Against COVID (TAAC) are taking to the streets this weekend to raise awareness around the continuing devastation, frustration and heartache caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. On Saturday, March 19, TAAC will be in front of the Saskatchewan Legislature to send a message to Premier Scott Moe

Protest to Restore Health Measures

Saskatoon Protest Planned to Denounce Sask Party Government’s Rapid Re-opening, Demand the Return of COVID Protections

With anger and frustration rising in Saskatchewan over the Premier’s most recent reckless, unscientific, politically-motivated announcement, namely his changes to how residents will receive medical treatment, if at all, for a deadly virus during a pandemic, organizers planning a protest this Saturday felt compelled to do something. Dumbfounded that we are even here two years

Protest the Sask Party Convention / AGM

COVID Action Group to protest mismanagement of pandemic at Sask Party AGM/Convention

On Saturday, November 6, at 11:00 AM, Concerned Citizens for COVID Action will be holding a rally in front of Teachers Credit Union Place, location of the Saskatchewan Party Convention and Annual General Meeting. Our event will be followed by the Saskatchewan Federation of Labour’s rally at the same location. We will be gathering at 22nd Street

Concerned Citizens for COVID Action

Group to hold vigil outside Merriman’s office to press Saskatchewan gov’t for more serious measures in response to COVID

As of today, nearly 1 in 250 Saskatchewan residents have tested positive for COVID-19. This fact is only one of many distressing indicators of COVID-19’s fourth wave in Saskatchewan: overwhelmed medical staff, the beginnings of triage — all of which were preventable. In response, newly-formed group Concerned Citizens for COVID Action is holding a vigil in

Concerned Citizens for COVID Action

Promised availability of rapid antigen tests for families falls short in Saskatchewan

On September 17th, Premier Scott Moe announced that 500,000 Covid rapid antigen tests were available to parents at over 700 schools in Saskatchewan. He also said that another 500,000 kits were on order. These figures are misleading. Today, Concerned Citizens for COVID Action has learned of the Ministry of Education’s plans to distribute only 200,000 Abbot Pambio