CBC Saskatchewan

The Morning Edition
with Stefani Langenegger

Morning Edition LIVE from Mexico

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The Morning Edition celebrates April Fool's Day from Puerto Vallarto, Mexico!
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Community bands together to help apartment fire victims

On Friday January 2 a house fire in Regina left more than 50 people displaced. Since then, the community has stepped up, bringing bags upon bags of donations to these people in need.

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Regina woman rents home specially equipped for birth

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Jacyln Ross is one of the founders of the Better Beginnings Birth Home in Regina. For $500 she'll rent you a house equipped with everything a woman may want for a home birth. She spoke to the Morning Edition's Sheila Coles about where the idea came from. 

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Regina women raises funds for nephew with brain injury

Danielle Gareau is fundraising to help her 4 year old nephew with a brain injury. The young boy, Dominic Fayant, was almost killed after a 45 kilogram mantel fell on his head.


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Santa for Seniors brings gifts to a nursing home

Sean and Brenda Louvel created Santa for Seniors to bring gifts to seniors who may have not received a gift otherwise. This year they brought gifts for all seniors at William Booth Special Care Home. 

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Looking for a book to buy this year? We have some ideas!

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The Morning Edition has some great suggestions for you and the book lovers in your life. Check them out and tell us what you think! Tell us about the books you are giving this year and why!



Regina man makes Christmas light tours easy

Iann Gorrill is the creator of SparkleTour.ca. It's a website that allows people to find the best decorated houses in the province. 

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Students in Wollaston Lake organize fun day

The Grade 12 students in Wollaston Lake wanted to make a difference in their community. So they organized a day full of fun, games and tasty treats for the local elementary school. Sheila talks to the teacher, Elizabeth Harrison, and one of the students, Craig Merasty. 

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Mother Teresa Middle School donates to local charity

Malik Weiss and his Grade 8 class from Mother Teresa Middle School have raised a lot of money for a local charity by simply making crabapple jam. Sheila speaks with Malik and his teacher.

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Theo Fleury talks about his new book

Telling people you were sexually abused is difficult, but Theo Fleury says life after the disclosure can be just as hard. The former hockey star has found a way to help himself, and other people. He'll joined Sheila Coles to talk about his new book, Conversations with a Rattlesnake.

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University student donates more than 100 bags of clothing

University of Regina studentBreanna Glasser, decided to spread the happiness on her birthday. Instead of presents, she asked for donations for homeless people, and she was overwhelmed with the response.

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