Saskatoon MorningMinister Don Morgan speaks about the lack of licenced child care spots in Saskatchewan.Apr 2, 2015 | 8:58Leisha speaks to Don Morgan, the minister responsible for child care in Saskatchewan, about the lack of spaces in Saskatchewan.
Saskatoon MorningHistory of War Time Homes in SaskatoonMar 19, 2015 | 4:36City archivist Jeff O'Brien tells us the history of the war time home in Saskatoon. It's been 70 years this spring since the first war time development was built.
Saskatoon MorningThe Little Library is back in businessMar 15, 2015 | 4:41Sarah Cochran tells the story of how the Little Library was restored for the neighbourhood with the help of woodworker Dave Balderstone.
Saskatoon MorningTemple Grandin speaks with Leisha Grebinski about how autism has helped her see the world differentlyMar 11, 2015 | 10:47American author and animal welfare specialist Temple Grandin is in Saskatoon to deliver a lecture at the U of S. She dropped by Saskatoon Morning to talk about how her autism has helped her see the world differently.
Saskatoon MorningTemple Grandin tells Leisha how her autism helps her see the world in picturesMar 11, 2015 | 4:43American author and animal welfare specialist Temple Grandin speaks to Leisha about how thinking differently can be a gift to society. She has autism and wants to help others with autism succeed.
Saskatoon MorningSylvia McAdam releases new book about legal systems in pre-Colonial First Nations societiesMar 10, 2015 | 5:53McAdam says that understanding the systems that predated European contact can help people understand legal and justice issues experienced right now by First Nations people, in particular Cree or Nêhiyaw peoples.