Saskatchewan implements strict consequences for breaking COVID-19 restrictions

Saskatchewan implements strict consequences for breaking COVID-19 restrictions 1


Sask. Premier Scott Moe announces a number of new restrictions, backed with legal and monetary consequences, to combat COVID-19.

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53 Comments on "Saskatchewan implements strict consequences for breaking COVID-19 restrictions"

  1. jessica butler | March 20, 2020 at 8:47 PM | Reply

    Here’s a thought….SHUT down the dam Airports!!!

  2. NekroticNeurotik | March 20, 2020 at 8:48 PM | Reply

    When do we get our mandatory vaccines under watch of the military?

    • Industry Studies | March 20, 2020 at 9:40 PM | Reply

      NekroticNeurotik – i hope, you don’t mind if the government saves you from covid. its for your safety. Hardly anyone got covid, but i think its still a pandemic.

    • Fear is the real virus. Corona is the psy-op.

    • Dont worry we dont have a military force big enough to do anything, the Toronto police department has more employees then the army has. And I’m a veteran. It’s the police that would be used

    • I’m armed and ready, anyone tries to force me to get a shot will have more to worry about than the virus.

    • @Jim Dort Civilians outnumber all police and military combined by about 400 to 1. They can try to force a vaccine on me, but that will be the hill I die on, but I’ll bring a few with me though

  3. 1984 begins now

    • William Cureatz | March 20, 2020 at 8:52 PM | Reply

      ROOM 101

    • Oh brother… *rollseyes*

    • You got that right. There are many pandemics, last one was the swine flu in 2009. First time government forces businesses to shut down soviet style. Is the government going to pay the leases of the businesses it is shutting down ? No. So the government better be prepared these businesses will never reopen, because nobody wants to be bankrupted by a decision from a politician. Most businesses will,walk out of their leases and never reopen, and I doubt these leases will be enforceable. We have been living in an Orwellian society for quite some time, Coronavirus has now exposed this for everybody to see.

  4. Markets are crashing, companies are going bankrupt and now courts are shutdown.. what do you think is going to happen next?

  5. Derek Freeman | March 20, 2020 at 11:32 PM | Reply

    And slowly your rights disappear…. hmm 🤔

    • Ludwig van Beethoven | March 21, 2020 at 9:49 AM | Reply

      Right to travel outside the country or sit in a bar? Those are actually privileges.

    • @Ludwig van Beethoven the ability to move around freely and come and go as you please is a protected right under the Charter, not a privelage. Not saying in this case suspending it is inappropriate but just know it’s a right, not a privilege

    • Ludwig van Beethoven | March 21, 2020 at 1:04 PM | Reply

      @Pylon2000 if you are barred from entering a bar for example, you can’t enter, therefore a privilege. Same with international travel; it’s a privilege. Any country can deny you at any time.

    • @Rose Stewart that’s what tyrants say

    • We have no rights. Only privileges. Rights and freedom are myths.

  6. Robz Shishigami - Just wanted video games. | March 21, 2020 at 12:57 AM | Reply

    I mean I was always outside in high rises working on steel before I became a basement dweller, I’ll been training for this I guess.

    *Remains in bunker* Edit: Oh wait this is for travelers. lol either way *remains in bunker*

  7. Know Dis Bear | March 21, 2020 at 1:26 AM | Reply

    The only place you can watch your Wuhan virus walk away for three days straight.

  8. I came home from a location that has had zero cases through toronto and into this mess. Any transmission would be most likely through the airports where there was very minimal screening, agents using gloves and masks were used inappropriately. What’s the point of gloves if you handle one person’s passport then mine and who knows how many others without changing gloves. How about smarten up and approach this logically and educate the public and public workers before continuing to enforcing reactionary measures

  9. You three dudes are sitting too close together.

  10. Former Reformer King | March 21, 2020 at 7:00 AM | Reply

    Going to be a lot of Filipina foreign workers getting arrested for this stuff.

  11. Perry Courtis | March 21, 2020 at 9:05 AM | Reply

    The weepers are coming if you are disobedient you will be put away in penitentiary’s total obedience to this new law

  12. Kyran Iwaskow | March 21, 2020 at 11:03 AM | Reply

    Arrest these three for not following the rules. !!!!!

  13. Well…. That sounded really draconian.

  14. Isnt this how Marshall law starts?

  15. TYRANNY.

  16. Michael Fisher | March 21, 2020 at 4:51 PM | Reply

    If you are caught outside in Saskatchewan, you will be stuck in Saskatchewan for the next five years!

  17. This is for all the Canadians who foolishly believe they are FREE!

  18. Bruce Bright | March 21, 2020 at 7:14 PM | Reply

    Too late,this govt broke the law by inaction,not stopping infected air travel or committing to measure to prevent mass infection,still.!

  19. WHITEHILLS Studios- VOICE IN THE WELL | March 22, 2020 at 10:27 AM | Reply

    my word folks bronchitis is worse they are lying dont obey them.

  20. thebelizeaneh | March 22, 2020 at 11:59 AM | Reply

    What is necessary is to stop flights coming into the Country from over seas. If this would have been done on time, Canada would have zero cases

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