The Morning Edition
Thursday February 09, 2017
The Morning Edition's Rachel Zelniker sat in on a Buffalo Boys' drumming practice at Mother Teresa School in Regina.
Friday February 03, 2017
The Morning Edition's Peter Mills finds out why Fuddruckers has become a food phenomenon in Saskatchewan.
Thursday January 19, 2017
Audio Sask. hockey player, Jeff Ulmer, is turning his hockey experience into a blog from his new home in Denmark.
Jeff Ulmer has played pro hockey for more than 20 teams in 11 different countries. Now he's turning his experience into a blog where aspiring players can learn about the game. He shared his love of the game with Sheila Coles.
Wednesday January 18, 2017
Dan Cozine wants to see more support for jury members during and after trials. He joined the Morning Edition to share his story of suffering from PTSD after serving on a jury.
Tuesday January 17, 2017
Wouldn't you have loved this back in your high school days? Some students at Campus Regina Public have been learning how to make electric guitars. It's part of the school's electrical class and CBC got a front row seat.
Monday January 16, 2017
It's a problem we've heard about in Africa, girls who miss school because they have no money for menstrual supplies. A group of Saskatchewan women say this is a problem in our own province and they are working together to help.
Monday December 19, 2016
Duncan Noel Campbell takes decorating his home to a new level. He talks to Sheila Coles about why he loves Christmas and how he managed to get more than 5000 lights on his tree.
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