By Mickey Djuric THE CANADIAN PRESS REGINA- Saskatchewan’s auditor says the province is facing a shortage of health-care workers over the next five years that could lead to more hospital closures and emergency room shutdowns. The Saskatchewan Party government’s current plan to recruit workers isn’t adequate for the 2,000 spots that need to be filled by 2027, Tara Clemett said in her report tabled in the legislature Tuesday. It focused on hard-to-recruit positions that have chronic vacancies including registered nurses, psychologists and other front-line workers. “We have emergency rooms, we have lab services that are not available to the people of Saskatchewan because they don’t have staff to work to deliver those services,” Clemett said. “There is urgency to this.” Her office said the health authority needs to address the
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