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What Local Services and Government COVID-19 Support is Available ?
The RM Review has assembled all the information in one place for you.
Preventative Notice: More people are using disinfectant wipes than usual right now. Please know that wastewater plants have trouble processing them. They need to be disposed of in the garbage...NOT flushed down toilets. ALL wipes, including baby wipes, napkins, paper towels and tissues are clogging up pumps and equipment at sewage lift stations across the province. Please DO NOT FLUSH these items.
Local Retail Store Hours
                        Asquith              Delisle               Grandora               Vanscoy
                              Asquith Co-op              Delisle Co-op                   Sandyridge                   Vanscoy Tempo
                        Mon - Sat 8am - 8pm     Mon - Fri 7am - 7pm      Mon - Fri 6:30am - 8pm       Mon - Fri 9am - 6pm
                            Sun 9am - 5pm          Sat - Sun 9am - 5pm      Sat - Sun 7:30am - 8pm          Sat 10am - 6pm
                             Asquith Hotel               Delisle ESSO                                                            Sun 12pm - 6pm
                       Take-out food/Off sale       Mon - Fri 6am - 9pm                                                 Robin's Nest Cafe
                          11am - 9pm Daily           Sat - Sun 7am - 9pm                                             Take-out & Frozen Pizza
                            306-329-4499                                                                                               Mon - Sat 10am - 8pm
                                                                                                                                                      Sun 10am - 7pm
                 Outlook              Kenaston              Beechy               Davidson
                           Co-op Grocery               Co-op Grocery               Co-op Grocery                Co-op Grocery
                        Mon - Fri 9am - 6pm       Mon - Fri 10am - 5pm      Mon - Fri 10am - 5pm       Mon - Fri - 9am - 6pm
                     Seniors Wed/Fri 8-9am   Seniors Wed/Fri 9-10am   Seniors Wed/Fri 9-10am   Seniors Wed/Fri 8-9am
                           Sat 10am - 5pm               Sat 10am - 5pm                Sat 10am - 5pm               Sat 10am - 5pm
                          Sun 12pm - 5pm              Co-op Cardlock               Co-op Cardlock               Sun 12pm - 5pm
                          Co-op Gas Bar                 Daily 24 hours                   Daily 24 hours                  Co-op Gas Bar
                      Mon - Fri 6am - 9pm                                                                                            Mon - Fri 7am - 7pm
                      Sat - Sun 7am - 9pm                                                                                           Sat - Sun 8am - 7pm

                      Borden                    Harris
                          Co-op Grocery            Town & Country Grocery
                      Mon - Fri 9am-7:30pm            Tuesday - Saturday
                          Sat 9am-5:30pm             9am-12pm 1pm-5:30pm
                           Sun 10am-4pm
                         Co-op Hardware
                        Mon - Fri 9am-5pm
                           Roadside Inn
                      Take-out food/Off Sale
                         12pm - 7pm Daily

We need our local retailers more than ever.  Please support and respect their efforts.
Saskatoon Shopping Hours
The supply chain is solid, stop hoarding, keep your neighbors from getting sick as they could make you sick too.
Stores are installing plexiglass guards at checkouts and social distancing markers to keep customers apart.
Safeway: Seniors/Disabled 8am - 9am, Regular 9am - 8pm everyday
Saskatoon Co-ops: Seniors/Disabled 8am - 9am, Regular 9am - 10pm everyday
Saskatoon Co-op Pharmacy: 9am - 9pm Mon-Fri, 10am - 6pm Sat-Sun
Saskatoon Co-op Liquor Store: 9am - 11pm Mon-Sat, 9am - 6pm Sun
Save-on-Foods: Seniors/Disabled 7am - 8am, Regular 8am - 8pm everyday
Shoppers Drug Mart: 8am - 10pm at most stores everyday (mall locations vary)
Sobeys: Seniors/Disabled 8am - 9am, Regular 9am - 8pm everyday
Superstore/No Frills: Seniors/Disabled 7am - 8am, Regular 8am - 8pm everyday
Walmart: Seniors/Disabled 7am - 8am Mon-Fri Only, Regular 8am - 8pm everyday
Rural Facility Closures

Village of Borden
All Municipal buildings including Community Centre, Museum, Memorial park buildings and Village office.
Town of Radisson
All Municipal buildings including Skating Rink, Curling Rink and Town office. Post office, store and restaurant are open.
Town of Langham
All Municipal buildings including Arena, Curling Rink, Community Hall and Museum. The Town office is available by appointment and the Library will deliver requested books.
Town of Delisle
All Municipal buildings including Arena, Curling Rink, Hall, Lodge Room, Rec Office and Town Office.
Village of Milden
Village office closed, Milden Clinic is moved to Dinsmore Clinic beginning April 1.
Town of Hanley
Town office, Centennial Hall and Library are closed.
Village of Kenaston
All Municipal facilities are closed including Arena, Hall, Village office and RM of McCraney office.
RM of Vanscoy
RM office is closed to the public.
Town of Dundurn
Sports Centre, Community Hall and Town office are closed to the public.
Village of Vanscoy
Village office is closed to public.

Saskatchewan Orders Closures

March 20, 2020

Effective immediately:
To stop community transmission a Public Health Order that you cannot get together in a home setting, unless you live in the same household, is in effect.

The province has ordered the closure of all bars, lounges, etc. Take out/delivery of alcohol and food permitted.

All Provincial Parks are closed to public until further notice.

All travelers returning from outside Canada are subject to a mandatory 14 day self isolate order
Violation may result in a fine of $2,000.

Gathering of more than 25 people have been banned.

In-person classes in all primary and secondary educational institutions both public and private are suspended.

Effective Monday:
The province has ordered the closure of: -Restaurants and cafes. -All recreational and entertainment facilities. -All personal service facilities. -All dental, optometrist, chiropractic, registered massage therapy and podiatry clinics except for emergencies.
-All daycare facilities will be limited to a maximum of 8 children, or 8 per room if separated. All daycares that are co-located with care homes have to be segregated with a private entrance so that there are no shared common areas.

Premier Scott Moe has signed an order directing that all orders of the government and Chief Medical Health Officer must be followed and that law enforcement agencies in Saskatchewan have the FULL AUTHORITY TO ENFORCE THOSE ORDERS.
Prescription Drug Restrictions

March 18, 2020
To avoid stockpiling and ensure availability for all residents, effective immediately, Saskatchewan pharmacists will limit the quantity of prescription drug dispenses as follows:

 - Saskatchewan pharmacists may only provide a ONE MONTH supply (to a maximum of a 35 day supply) in a 28 day period for all drugs not on the Maintenance Drug Schedule.

 - Saskatchewan pharmacists may only provide a TWO MONTH supply in a 55 day period for all drugs on the Two Month Drug List.

 - Saskatchewan pharmacists may only provide a 100 day supply in a 95 day period for all drugs on the 100 Day List.

Kelly Bock, MP - COVID-19 Update - March 27

Dear Friends,

I hope you are all keeping well. I have received more information regarding the COVID-19 and, as promised, am passing it on to you.

There have been some changes from my previous communication

In the Riding:

My staff and I continue to be available to assist you via email or phone. The contact information for my offices is available on my website at

In Saskatchewan:

The Government of Saskatchewan introduced new restrictions to curtail the spread of COVID-19 I recommend reading the entire release.

Some notable highlights include:

To reach the Public Health Authority, email or call 811. Please call 811 only after you have completed the self-assessment toolavailable on the Government of Saskatchewan’s website. 


For Businesses 

The Government of Canada announced 3 new initiatives on Friday, March 27

  • The previously announced 10% wage subsidy for qualifying businesses will be increased to 75%. Eligible businesses will be able to claim up to 75% of the wages of those they keep on payroll. This is backdated to March 15
  • Banks will offer $40,000 in government-backed loans to storefront businesses. These loans will be interest-free for one year. $10,000 may be forgivable under certain circumstances
  • The GST owed on any imports will be deferred until June.

For Individuals

The Government of Canada has enacted the Quarantine Act, effective immediately. All travellers are now legally required to enter self-isolation for 14 days upon arriving in Canada

Parliament reconvened in an emergency session on Tuesday, March 24 to pass the Government’s COVID-19 response into law with Bill C-13 (more information on this later).

Bill C-13 has brought in one major change from last week's announcements. The newly-minted Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) will combine two previously announced programs - the Emergency Care Benefit and Emergency Support Benefit - into one.

Some highlights of include:

  • ​The CERB is intended to go live in early April
  • The CERB is worth $2000/month for 4 months and will be paid out every 4 weeks
  •  Wage earners, contract workers, self-employed, and other workers not eligible for EI will be eligible for CERB
  •  If someone is currently on EI they should NOT apply for CERB
  •  Currently, those who are eligible should still apply for EI

To apply for the CERB, you should prepare by going to and create a CRA "My Account" or a "My Service Canada Account".

Seniors: We have received multiple questions on assistance for seniors. This is what the Government has announced so far:

  • For low and modest income seniors—and other Canadians—the Government will provide a one-time special payment through the Goods and Services Tax (GST) credit by early May. This will double the maximum annual GST credit payment amounts for the 2019-20 benefit year. The average boost to income for those benefitting from this measure will be close to $400 for single individuals and close to $600 for couples.
  • The government is reducing required minimum withdrawals from Registered Retirement Income Funds (RRIFs) by 25 per cent for 2020.
  • The government is extending the deadline to file your income taxes to June 1 and allowing any new balances due, or installments, to be deferred until after August 31, 2020 without incurring interest or penalties.


The Government of Canada continues to provide daily information at The COVID-19 hotline is 1-833-784-4397.

Bill C-13

I received many emails asking for clarification on the news reports that the Liberal government was attempting to usurp Parliament’s constitutionally-mandated power to legislate taxes and spending

For the most part I have taken care not to focus too much on politics during the COVID-19 crisis. I believe my constituents want information on what is being done to help them, and expect Parliament to work together to deal with this crisis. These are unprecedented times. This is why our Conservative caucus has been flexible in our approach, while also continuing to ensure government oversight

This is what made the Liberal’s move so disappointing. We had agreed to recall Parliament and quickly pass the Liberal’s previously announced initiatives.

But the Liberals tried to use a public health crisis to give themselves the powers to raise taxes, debt and spending without parliamentary approval until January 1, 2022. This would have meant that the Government would not have had to answer to the people of Canada for almost two years. This plan was an incredible breach of our democratic tradition and an unprecedented and unconstitutional power-grab.

However, the Conservatives and NDP refused to grant unanimous consent to this plan. As a result, Parliament was suspended shortly after noon on Tuesday. After hours of negotiations, the Government backed down on those demands. Parliament resumed shortly after 3 AM on Wednesday morning to debate and pass the amended legislation.

I am very proud of the leadership of Andrew Scheer, Conservative House Leader Candice Bergen, and Shadow Minister of Finance Pierre Poilievre in ensuring that the constitutionally mandated role of Parliament was protected and that your voices would continue to be heard in Parliament.

With their leadership, we were able to pass a clean Bill with the Government’s previously announced initiatives to provide assistance to those who need it.

We can never allow a crisis to be an excuse for surrendering our rights to Government under the guise of “protection”.


I will provide you with important information as it becomes available. Continue to take care of each other.

Send us your cancellations

Vanscoy Early Learning Centre
April1, 20202 - Starting today the Vanscoy ELC will be closed until May. Email will be checked regularly for wait-list and preschool programs at both the Vanscoy and new Delisle locations.
Delisle Town Garage Sale
Scheduled for May 9 is cancelled
Church Services are Cancelled
Many are now offering on-line and live streamed services.
Contact you local church.
Delisle Veterinary Services
March 24, 2020 - Open from 9am - 5pm Monday thru Saturday. After hours emergency care at 306-493-3413
Borden Village Updates
March 28, 2020 - All Village buildings, Community Hall and museum are closed, including the RM Office, Block Agencies, the Cafe and Roadside Inn hotel. The is also no public access to the Seniors Care Home.
The Post Office is open 10-12 & 1-4, Credit Union is open 10-12 & 12:30 - 3 and the Co-op store is open at 9am, allowing 2 customers in at a time.The Credit Union is closed to the public. Use night deposit box or bank online. The Health Centre is by appointment only, one person at a time.
Town of Radisson Closures
March 22, 2020 - All Town facilities are closed except for the Post Office, store and restaurant.
Vanscoy Village Office Closed
March 20, 2020 - The Village Office in Vanscoy is closed to the public. You can call 306-668-2008 for service.
Delisle Hotel Closed
March 20, 2020 - The Delisle Hotel & Cafe has temporarily closed until the Provincial restrictions on bars and restaurants has been lifted.
Currently there is off sale alcohol available at the Delisle ESSO.
Bark Place Pet Spa Closed
March 21, 2020 - Bark Place Pet Spa, located south of Vanscoy, will be closed until it is safe to re-open.
Riverbend Co-op Restrictions
March 19, 2020 - Riverbend Co-op has locations in Broderick, Strongfield, Tullis, Outlook, and cardlocks in various locations. They have established Social Distancing zones, at the checkouts, one way shopping isles and relocated the debit machines, encouraging you to pay electronically.

They offer free delivery to those that are ill or self-isolating. Contact

The annual meeting scheduled for March 25th has been cancelled.
Town of Delisle Closures
March 18, 2020 - Effective immediately to the Town of Delisle has closed the following facilities:
- Delisle Centennial Arena
- Delisle Curling Rink
- Delisle Town Hall
- Delisle Lodge Room
- Delisle Recreation Office
These facilities will remain close until further notice.
The Delisle Town Office is now closed to public as well.
Delisle Credit Union Restrictions
March 24, 2020 - The Delisle Credit Union is suspending all in branch services. Hours are shortened to 10am - 2pm Monday - Friday for inquiries or telephone requests. Call 306-493-2412 0r email Please use night deposit for any deposits.
We are truly sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
The Annual Meeting scheduled for March 31 has been postponed.
Wheatland Library Closures
All Wheatland library locations are temporarily closed as on March 20, 2020 including locations at Borden, Conquest, Delisle, Langham, Milden, Outlook and Perdue.
There will be no fines for overdue materials from March 16 - April 14.
You can get more information on the situation with the libraries at
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