Saskatoon MorningArt despite disabilityJul 2, 2014 | 8:02Jeff Nacthigall invented the Mobile Painting Device to give people with severe disabilities a chance to express themselves artistically -- and a new lease on life.
Saskatoon MorningFlooding hits southern SaskatchewanJun 30, 2014 | 11:13Constant rain is making life miserable in southern Saskatchewan and Manitoba. We get a flooding update from the CBC's Eric Anderson and hear from two residents who are trying to cope with the rising waters.
Saskatoon MorningChristie's sandwiches can get a bit MessiJun 23, 2014 | 3:47Soccer is often called the beautiful game - but at one Saskatoon restaurant, it's a delicious one, too. We visit Christie's Il Secondo, where the owners get their inspiration from famous footballers.
Saskatoon MorningDe-medicalizing childbirthJun 20, 2014 | 10:05Do we need to stop treating pregnancy like a disease? Andre Picard thinks so. We hear from the Globe and Mail health columnist and one local woman who wants to give birth at home.
Saskatoon MorningHow Grade 8 students deal with gradJun 20, 2014 | 7:16Is Grade 8 the new Grade 12? When it comes to graduation ceremonies, it just might be. We convene a panel of Grade 8 students to hear about all the expectations that now come with their big graduation day.
Saskatoon MorningRethinking social services in SaskatchewanJun 19, 2014 | 6:32The province is looking to reform its legislation around families and social services — and it wants to hear from Aboriginal voices. So we connect with a former foster care coordinator who now works with Aboriginal families to see what could happen.
Saskatoon MorningThree decades at Diva'sJun 18, 2014 | 9:39In the early 1980s, a teenaged Kelly Faber got a job as a bouncer at Saskatoon's first ever gay-and-lesbian nightclub. Now, the longtime Diva's manager is calling it a career.
Saskatoon MorningAaron Heise tells Saskatoon Morning host Leisha Grebinski why he used to cut himself.Jun 18, 2014 | 4:01Aaron Heise started cutting himself when he was young. He recently stopped. He spoke to Saskatoon Morning host Leisha Grebinski about his experience.
Saskatoon MorningSecretly self harming: CBC Saskatchewan looks at young people who cut themselvesJun 18, 2014 | 15:19Leisha Grebinksi speaks with Aaron Heise about his experience cutting himself from a young age. We follow that with an interview with Carol Metcalfe
Saskatoon MorningSaskatoon teen remembered with scholarshipJun 13, 2014 | 4:59Quinn Stevenson was killed in a car crash last year, shortly after graduating from a Saskatoon high school. Now, his memory will live on with a new scholarship.
Saskatoon MorningA film festival that's gotten two paws upJun 13, 2014 | 6:56The stars of the Just for Cats film festival are the felines whose internet videos have made them worldwide sensations. We'll hear more about the touring festival, which arrives at a Saskatoon theatre this weekend.
Saskatoon MorningWorld Cup fans tackle this year's tournamentJun 12, 2014 | 7:20Who will win this year's World Cup? Germany? England? Maybe a dark horse like Chile? Those are the allegiances of three Saskatoon fans of the great game, and today on Saskatoon Morning, they dive into this year's tournament.
Saskatoon MorningAn up-and-coming rodeo starJun 9, 2014 | 5:15Chase Quam is only in Grade 7, but his rodeo career is off to a strong start. We'll meet the Langham youngster who's just qualified for a major international competition.
Saskatoon MorningCare home residents visit Rider training campJun 5, 2014 | 5:01The Sherbrooke Community Centre is just blocks away from the Saskatchewan Roughriders training camp — great news for some of the home's more passionate Rider fans. CBC Saskatchewan's Eric Anderson brings you that story.
Saskatoon MorningFrom the sidewalk to the slammerJun 4, 2014 | 10:53Jon Bailey was riding his bicycle on a downtown sidewalk when he was stopped by police. He ended up in a jail cell. We'll hear how it all transpired.