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Train disaster in Lac Megantic prompts debate over pipeline versus rail safety

Leisha speaks with Deborah Yedlin, columnist with the Calgary Herald. She also speaks with Stephen Guilbeault, deputy director of Equiterre, an environmental organization based in Quebec.

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Saskatoon Morning - Coral EganJun 19, 2013 | 9:00Saskatoon Morning Coral Egan Audio
Saskatoon Morning Coral Egan Jun 19, 2013 | 9:00After being nominated for a Juno Award, Coral Egan took a break from making music. Now almost ten years later, Coral Egan joins Saskatoon Morning host Leisha Grebinski to talk about her return to music, a new album and her concert at the Jazz Festival.
Saskatoon Morning - Looking back on 2013 and ahead to 2014 with Mayor Don AtchisonJan 2, 2014 | 14:09Saskatoon Morning Looking back on 2013 and ahead to 2014 with Mayor Don Atchison Audio
Saskatoon Morning Looking back on 2013 and ahead to 2014 with Mayor Don Atchison Jan 2, 2014 | 14:09It was the year of "enough-is-enough!" In 2013, quiet grumbling over potholes and snow ruts grew to a collective roar. That outcry was met with a promise to do better. And 2013 ended with a new budget, with road smoothing tax hikes. Today we look back, but also to the future. What will emerge as the city's theme for 2014? Mayor Don Atchison Joined guest host Dan Kerslake to talk about the year that was, and what lies ahead.
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Saskatoon Morning - The crisis in South SudanJul 29, 2014 | 10:23Saskatoon Morning The crisis in South Sudan Audio
Saskatoon Morning The crisis in South Sudan Jul 29, 2014 | 10:23The UN has called the food crisis in South Sudan the worst in the world. Thousands have been displaced by ethnic violence, and crops aren't being planted. We talk to a Saskatoon priest from South Sudan who just visited his troubled homeland.
Saskatoon Morning - Public art exhibition called one of the best in North AmericaJul 31, 2014 | 6:55Saskatoon Morning Public art exhibition called one of the best in North America Audio
Saskatoon Morning Public art exhibition called one of the best in North America Jul 31, 2014 | 6:55Remember when artists wrapped Saskatoon's public art in shiny white plastic last year? That exhibition's been recognized as one of the best public art pieces in North America. We hear from one juror why she found it so compelling.
Saskatoon Morning - Ditching photoshopAug 28, 2014 | 12:23Saskatoon Morning Ditching photoshop Audio
Saskatoon Morning Ditching photoshop Aug 28, 2014 | 12:23There's a growing campaign to show magazine models the way they truly are - blemishes and all. We hear from a media studies professor who's been lobbying for changes, and hit the streets of Saskatoon for your thoughts.
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Saskatoon Morning Saskatoon Car Share Co-Operative Nov 25, 2013 | 7:26Car share programs are popular in many Canadian cities. But they have been slow to catch on in Saskatoon. That may soon change. City administration is endorsing a pilot program that could be up and running as soon as next month. Fred Khonje is the chair of the Saskatoon Car Share Co-operative, he joined Leisha Grebinski in studio YXE.
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Saskatoon Morning PotashCorp Announces Major Layoffs Dec 3, 2013 | 8:30PotashCorp has announced major layoffs. President Bill Doyle says the layoffs are necessary to keep the company competitive, and are driven by slow global growth in demand. CBC Reporter Dan Zakreski spoke with Doyle early this morning. Later, Leisha Grebinski spoke with Peter Phillips, an economist at the University of Saskatchewan about the impact this may have on the industry.
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Saskatoon Morning Political scientist Joe Garcea and the Star Phoenix's Gerry Klein, with their thoughts changing the governance model at city hall. Jan 27, 2014 | 15:09It's significant but most people won't notice. City council is changing the way it operates. Rapid growth in the past decade is forcing council and administration To focus more on the big picture issues. So council is looking at some major changes. Day to day issues will be dealt with by committees. And council will hold two meetings, once a month. Joe Garcea is a political scientist at the University of Saskatchewan. He joined Dan Kerslake by phone. Gerry Klein of the Star Phoenix has been watching city hall for many years. Saskatoon Morning invited him in to share his thoughts on changing the governance model at city hall.

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