CBC Saskatchewan

Past Episodes: January 2011 Archives

Looking back at race relations in Prince Albert

It's the 20th anniversary of a dark day for race relations in Saskatchewan. Garth speaks with Connie Sampson, the author of Buried in Silence. It's the story of the shooting of Leo Lachance in Prince Albert.

 

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Sask. man undergoes extreme surgery

Jeff Lukye has been through 55 hours of surgery this month at the Mayo Clinic to remove a tumour in his abdomen. Doctors basically took him apart and put him back together again. Garth speaks with Jeff's wife Keri, and the doctor who made it all happen.

 

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Cabin owners to head for dry ground

Cabin owners at Waldsea Lake are angry that the province wants them to head for the hills because of flooding. Garth speaks with a cabin owner, and gets the low-down from Saskatchewan Watershed Authority. 

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