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Section 10 of The Regional Health Services Act provides the authority for the Minister of Health to designate all, or part, of a facility owned by a regional health authority or a health care in Saskatchewan.
Quarterly reports regarding loss of public money by regional health authorities (health regions), the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency, and North Sask Laundry and Support Services Ltd.
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