Need to Know: Will Masks be Mandatory in Regina???
After yesterdays special meeting the City of Regina has decided against enforcing masks in indoor spaces.
At council Monday, it was voiced multiple times that councillors feel residents are complying with restrictions, and continue to do a good job when it comes to controlling the spread of the virus.
Council has decided to seek guidance from health officials on the best way to proceed moving forward.
Starting Sept. 14, anyone visiting a Starbucks store across Canada will be required to wear a face covering.
Customers who do not want to wear a covering can still order through the drive-thru, use curbside pickup through the Starbucks app or place an order for delivery.
CFIA issues advisory on President’s Choice gluten-free chicken strips.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has issued a consumer advisory on a brand of gluten-free chicken strips sold at Loblaw stores across the country for possible undeclared gluten.
The warning for President's Choice gluten-free chicken strips was issued after several reports of reactions from consumers.
The CFIA is recommending individuals with celiac disease or other gluten-related disorders to not consume the specific 600-gram boxes of chicken strips as gluten may cause severe reactions.
A food safety investigation is underway which may lead to a recall.