Leisha Grebinski - Host
Leisha has worked for CBC Radio and Television for nearly a decade. During that time, she's produced stories for The Current, DNTO, C'est La Vie and has won multiple RTNDA awards. She also hosted the holiday network program 180 and co-hosted the northern BC morning show from Prince Rupert.
Leisha loves to mix her passion for journalism with her love of travel, filing reports from Guatemala, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, and England. She also boasts about covering the Olympics, a Grey Cup, and a Rolling Stones concert.
Matt Kruchak - Online Host
Matthew Kruchak is an impassioned multimedia storyteller. He works in a wide array of mediums -- including radio, online, print, television, social media and photography. The versatile journalist has worked as a reporter in newsrooms across Canada, travelled the world as a television documentary interviewer and freelanced internationally. Since graduating from the School of Journalism at the University of Regina in 2007, his work has appeared in The Globe and Mail, the National Post, The Vancouver Sun and broadcast across Canada on CBC Radio.
Kruchak comes to the CBC from the Regina Leader-Post, where he was Coordinator of Interactive News and responsible for overseeing the online editorial operations for leaderpost.com. Over his three and a half years at the paper, he also held the positions of Interactive Journalist, Night Reporter and Web Editor.
Dan Kerslake - Newsreader
Dan Kerslake is an award winning journalist who has worked in radio stations across Western Canada. In his career with CBC Saskatchewan, Dan has reported from every corner of the province and has lived and worked in Saskatoon, Regina and Prince Albert.
Dan's radio and television reporting is featured provincially and nationally on the CBC, and his radio documentary work has played on a number of national radio programs including The Current, The House, Outfront and Ideas. Dan has covered some of the biggest stories in Saskatchewan over the past Decade, and his investigative work uncovered new details on the 2003 McArthur River Uranium mine flood, and the murder of a police informant locked up in Saskatchewan Penitentiary. Dan also serves as a back-up host on radio shows in Saskatchewan.