Date: Jan 25, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

WASHINGTON -- Federal law enforcement officials are examining a number of threats aimed at members of Congress as the second trial of former U.S. President Donald Trump nears, including ominous chatter about killing legislators or attacking them outside of the U.S. Capitol, a U.S. official told The Associated Press.

The threats, and concerns that armed protesters could return to sack the Capitol anew, have prompted the U.S. Capitol Police and other federal law enforcement to insist thousands of National Guard troops remain in Washington as the Senate moves forward with plans for Trumps trial, the official said.

The shocking insurrection at the Capitol by a pro-Trump mob prompted federal officials to rethink security in and around its landmarks, resulting in an unprecedented lockdown for Bidens inauguration. Though the event went off without any problems and armed protests around the country did not materialize, the threats to lawmakers ahead of Trumps trial exemplified the continued potential for danger.

Similar to those intercepted by investigators ahead of Bidens inauguration, the threats that law enforcement agents are tracking vary in specificity and credibility, said the official, who had been briefed on the matter. Mainly posted online and in chat groups, the messages have included plots to attack members of Congress during travel to and from the Capitol complex during the trial, according to the official.

The official was not authorized to discuss an ongoing investigation publicly and spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity.

Law enforcement officials are already starting to plan for the possibility of armed protesters returning to the nations capital when Trumps Senate trial on a charge of inciting a violent insurrection begins the week of Feb. 8. It would be the first impeachment trial of a former U.S. president.

Thousands of Trumps supporters descended on the Capitol on Jan. 6 as Congress met to certify Biden as the winner of the 2020 presidential race. More than 800 are believed to have made their way into the Capitol during the violent siege, pushing past overwhelmed police officers. The Capitol police said they planned for a free speech protest, not a riot, and were caught off-guard despite intelligence the rally would descend into a riot. Five people died in the melee, including a Capitol police officer who was struck in the head with a fire extinguisher.

Though much of the security apparatus around Washington set up after the riot and ahead of Bidens inauguration -- it included scores of military checkpoints and hundreds of additional law enforcement personnel -- is no longer in place, about 7,000 members of the National Guard will remain to assist federal law enforcement, officials said.

The Guard Bureau said that the number of Guard members in D.C. is less than 20,000 as of Sunday. All but about 7,000 of those will go home in the coming days. The Guard Bureau said that the number of troops in D.C. would then continue to decline in the coming weeks to about 5,000. They are expected to stay in D.C. until mid-March.

At least five people facing federal charges have suggested they believed they were taking orders from Trump when they marched on Capitol Hill on Jan. 6 to challenge the certification of Bidens election victory. But now those comments, captured in interviews with reporters and federal agents, are likely to take centre stage as Democrats lay out their case.

More than 130 people have been charged by federal prosecutors for their roles in the riot. In recent weeks, others have been arrested after posting threats against members of Congress.

They include a Proud Boys supporter who authorities said threatened to deploy three cars full of armed patriots to Washington, threatened harm against Sen. Raphael Warnock, D-Ga., and who is accused of stockpiling military-style combat knives and more than 1,000 rifle rounds in his New York home. A Texas man was arrested this week for taking part in the riot at the Capitol and for posting violent threats, including a call to assassinate Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y


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    Date: Jan 24, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

Saskatchewan reported three more people have died after testing positive for COVID-19 on Sunday.

The province also reported 260 new cases and 168 new recoveries. There are 3,251 active cases in the province, up from Saturday’s 3,161.

The seven-day average of daily new cases is 272, or 22.5 new cases per 100,000 residents

Two of the latest individuals to die were in their 60s; one in the Far Northeast and one in Regina.

The other person was over 80, also in Regina.

The new cases are located in:
Far Northwest (26)
Far North Central (ONe)
Far Northeast (Three)
Northwest (52)
North Central (14)
Northeast (NIne)
Saskatoon (72)
Central West (Six)
Central East (11)
Regina (42)
Southwest (One)
South Central (4)
Southeast (17)
Two new cases have location details pending.

There are 196 people in hospital; 164 in inpatient care and 32 people are in ICU.


VACCINES

There were 642 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine administered in Saskatchewan on Saturday.

There have been 33,039 vaccines delivered to date.


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    Date: Jan 24, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

Three-quarters of Saskatchewan remains under an extreme cold warning from Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) with temperatures dipping to a bitter -30, with the windchill taking the day to -40.

“You know you wake up to a cold battery and you need somebody to boost so it,” said Teejay Crockett whose battery needed to be boosted.

“With newer cars, the computers are always pulling a little bit of power and if you got just a little bit of a cold battery, that cold weather will take it down,” said operating manger of Astro Towing Trent Kavanaugh.

Kavanaugh was expecting a busy day in the field.

“About 10 o’clock, calls start picking up and we’ve got probably ten trucks running strong this morning.”

In Saskatoon, temperatures bottomed-out Sunday morning at -35 degrees according to ECCC meteorologist Mike Russo.

“Tonight we’re expecting an overnight low of -33 and again Monday night into Tuesday morning we’re expecting an overnight low of -31,” Russo said.

Parts of the province north of the Yellowhead can expect the extreme cold to last until mid-week at least, before temperatures begin to warm up to normal daily highs of -15 and overnight lows of -21, Russo said.

On Sunday morning, Southend, Sask., woke up to -43 degrees, tied with Hanbury River, NT for the coldest spot in the country.

“We sit at home all the time working and so every weekend we try to get out both days and get out and get some exercise,” said Angie Bugg who was taking her dog for a walk.

The southernmost portion of Saskatchewan, which is seeing a bit of cloud cover and light snow, have seen temperatures moderate over the weekend, Russo said. “Dress in layers, make sure you have a toque. If you do have pets you have to limit the amount of time they are outside because it is a hazard for pets out there.”


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    Date: Jan 24, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

Saskatchewan’s premier had strong language for what he called “a group of idiots” who allegedly harassed the province’s chief medical health officer, and his family, at their home on Saturday.

“This harassment of Dr. Shahab and his family at their home is simply unacceptable, sickening and wrong,” Scott Moe said in an emailed statement on Saturday evening.

Moe said the Regina police will ensure the safety of Dr. Saqib Shahab and his family, and are encouraged to investigate and press charges accordingly. Long-term security options are under consideration for the Shahab family.

Moe also took to Twitter to express his anger with the “misguided protest.”

As Premier, I know some will disagree with the actions and decisions of the government. But disagreeing with decisions made by our government gives no one the right to harass a dedicated public servant and his family,” Moe said.

“If you disagree with a decision our government has made, you can take it up with me. Email me at scott.moe@gov.sk.ca, or call your MLA.”

This is not the first time Shahab has faced harassment from those opposed to the provinces approach to slowing the spread of COVID-19.

An anti-mask rally in December saw a speaker publicly share racist views in front of hundreds of supporters.

On Saturday, the leader of Saskatchewan’s opposition also shared his support for Shahab on Twitter.

“This is incredibly stupid and dangerous. Dr. Shahab is doing a very difficult and important job trying to protect us all from COVID-19,” Ryan Meili wrote. “He deserves our respect and support, not this unconscionable abuse.”


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    Date: Jan 23, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

A period of very cold wind chills is expected.

An arctic ridge of high pressure will help clear skies over central Saskatchewan, western Manitoba and Manitoba Interlake regions tonight and Sunday morning. Lows in the minus thirties along with winds of 10 to 15 kmh will produce extreme cold windchills of minus 40 or lower before dawn on Sunday. Temperatures are expected to moderate in the morning.

Extreme cold puts everyone at risk.

Risks are greater for young children, older adults, people with chronic illnesses, people working or exercising outdoors, and those without proper shelter.

Cover up. Frostbite can develop within minutes on exposed skin, especially with wind chill.

If its too cold for you to stay outside, its too cold for your pet to stay outside.


Warnings
3:31 PM CST Saturday 23 January 2021
Extreme Cold Warning in effect for:
Moosomin - Grenfell - Kipling - Wawota
Yorkton - Melville - Esterhazy
Kamsack - Canora - Preeceville
Humboldt - Wynyard - Wadena - Lanigan - Foam Lake
Outlook - Watrous - Hanley - Imperial - Dinsmore
Martensville - Warman - Rosthern - Delisle - Wakaw
The Battlefords - Unity - Maidstone - St. Walburg
City of Saskatoon
Prince Albert - Shellbrook - Spiritwood - Duck Lake
Melfort - Tisdale - Nipawin - Carrot River
Hudson Bay - Porcupine Plain
Meadow Lake - Big River - Green Lake - Pierceland
La Loche - Clearwater River Prov. Park - Cluff Lake
Cree Lake - Key Lake
Southend - Brabant Lake - Kinoosao
Wollaston Lake - Collins Bay
Fond-du-Lac - Stony Rapids
Uranium City - Camsell Portage


Dress warmly. Dress in layers that you can remove if you get too warm. The outer layer should be wind resistant.

Cover up. Frostbite can develop within minutes on exposed skin, especially with wind chill.

Extreme cold warnings are issued when very cold temperatures or wind chill creates an elevated risk to health such as frost bite and hypothermia.


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    Date: Jan 23, 2021
    Posted By: New Room

The Government of Saskatchewan reported 274 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday, along with three new deaths related to the virus.

The three deaths include one person in their 50s, one person in their 60s and one person above the age of 80. The three people were from the north central zone, far northeast zone and far northwest zone.

The province also reported 306 new recoveries on Saturday. The active case count sits at 3,161.

A total of 197 people are in hospital in Saskatchewan related to COVID-19, including 35 people in intensive care.

Saskatchewan’s seven-day average for daily new cases is 276, or 22.8 per 100,000 population.

Saskatoon led the province with 51 new cases, followed by the far northwest zone with 50, and Regina and the northwest zone with 41.

10 cases are currently pending residence information. 10 previously reported cases were assigned, including three in the far northeast zone, five in the northwest zone and two in the north central zone.

A total of 3,252 COVID-19 tests were processed in Saskatchewan on Friday.


VACCINES

The province said 1,110 doses of COVID-19 vaccine was administered on Friday. A total of 32,385 doses of vaccine have been administered across Saskatchewan.

As of Friday, 96 per cent of doses received by the province have been distributed.


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    Date: Nov 18, 2020
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    Date: Nov 17, 2020
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    Date: Sep 05, 2020
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