This month, Take Action Against COVID partnered with Safe Schools Saskatchewan and Regina Education Alliance to produce a questionnaire for school board trustee candidates running in the By-Election for Subdivision No 2 (Regina Public School Division No. 4), asking them numerous questions related to public health and inclusivity for kids. Sidebar: Role of School Board
Update: we’re running the event again Sept 23-30!
Creating COVID Campaigns is a “public service announcement design jam” where we write and design a lot of graphics for sharing – on social media and in print – to make people aware of their power to stop the COVID pandemic, protect others, and ourselves.
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
Dates for our rallies in Regina and Saskatoon have changed to this Saturday, March 19, 1PM. Please see the event in our calendar. Please stay tuned for update about our rallies from our email list, which you can subscribe to here. If you are on Facebook, please RSVP and share the two events: COVID IS
Today as the Saskatchewan government is lifting the last COVID-19 public health measures, we are directing thousands of people in Saskatchewan this week to call Premier Moe to extend them, as so many medical professionals are warning us to do mid-pandemic, to avoid needless pandemic suffering and death. Let Scott Moe know you expect evidence-based,
Photos from 250 of us gathering at Health Minister Paul Merriman’s office on a Saturday afternoon to protest the premature elimination of public health measures, free PCR testing, and official COVID monitoring and information updates. We’re not letting Scott Moe and anti-vax lobby groups truck our province into another COVID disaster. Subscribe to our updates
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
Although it re-introduced public health measures belatedly, we disagree that the Moe Government is on top of the pandemic. We offer you these 10 reasons to join our protest today at the Sask Party AGM at 11.
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
Date: Friday, October 1 – ??
Time: 5:30 PM
- Saskatoon: Health Minister Paul Merriman’s Constituency Office
- Regina: Sask Legislature Building
Nearly 1 in 250 Saskatchewan residents have tested positive for COVID-19. The government of Saskatchewan has created a public health disaster unfolding in real-time before our eyes.