The Afternoon Edition - SaskSaskatchewan Girl Raises Money for Wells in AfricaJun 9, 2014 | 7:42Quinn Smith-Windsor has cerebral palsy, but she hasn't let that stop her from reaching out to help others. Right now, the 11-year-old is walking 80,000 steps as a fundraiser for women and girls in Africa. Craig checks in with Quinn and her mom, Jaimie.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskCattle Rap on the Afternooon EditionMay 13, 2014 | 1:46After Saskatchewan`s Rhett Parks entered an auctioneering competition, a German musician added a techno beat to Rhett's video. At last count it`s seen more than 700,000 views. We asked Rhett to do an impromptu rap for us, too.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskLabour on temporary foreign workersMay 5, 2014 | 7:57Jim Sinclair from the BC Labour Federation talks with Craig about why he thinks the temporary foreign workers legislation needs to be scrapped.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskSurprise Her With the Perfect GiftMay 2, 2014 | 6:31Brett Bayda has started an online business in Saskatoon to help bewildered shoppers (ie men) find the perfect gift for the women in their lives.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskMoose Jaw turns into Reading TownMay 2, 2014 | 6:38James Roy from Reading Town Canada explains why Moose Javians are serving up poetry with pizza and reading short stories on sidewalks.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskStar Wars' Super Fans Visit the Afternoon Edition StudioApr 30, 2014 | 8:19Regina's first-ever 'Fan Fest' is happening this weekend, so it seemed like the right time to get a couple of super fans in studio. Couple that with this week's reveal of the cast for the next Star Wars movie, and the subject was a slam dunk.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskHitting the Water for Kayak PoloApr 30, 2014 | 6:16Ten kayaks, 1 swimming pool, and a full contact game that's a mix of water polo, hockey and basketball. Craig Lederhouse talks "kayak polo" with an enthusiast of the sport.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskPrince Albert's Davidner's Is Closing It's DoorApr 29, 2014 | 7:30Saddles and bridles, buckles and boots... not to mention fashion for all ages. After three generations and 81 years in business Davinders will close it's doors in Prince Albert. Guest host Britainy Robinson finds out more from family member Leah Towell.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskSaskatoon man volunteers to monitor election in UkraineApr 28, 2014 | 8:30Despite increasing violence in Ukraine, David Prokopchuk explains why he has volunteered to be an observer in the presidential election.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskThe Dead South Live in Studio!Apr 25, 2014 | 12:07The Regina bluegrass band The Dead South is Saskatchewan's finalist in CBC`s national Searchlight competition. So we invited them into the Afternoon Edition studio to play a couple of tunes for us. Band members Nate and Colton chat with Craig, too.
The Afternoon Edition - SaskAn Unforgettable Magic School Bus RideApr 24, 2014 | 8:02A group of U of S students shot a real-life version of The Magic School Bus. And once seen...it can not be unseen. Craig finds out all about it from the student who plays "The Frizz".
The Afternoon Edition - SaskSaskatchewan Hero Gets a Medal for BraveryApr 24, 2014 | 8:42When Brennan Richardson went to his local Esso station in January 0f 2011, he didn't expect to come upon a guy wielding a molotov cocktail. But the actions Brennan took that night have earned him a Governor General's medal this morning.
The Afternoon Edition - Sask'Where I'm From' Showcases Student PoemsApr 23, 2014 | 7:06When Bill Robertson started teaching a poetry class almost ten years ago, he put together a small book of student poems. Now he`s taken on the challenge of creating a retrospective collection spanning the years 2005-2013. Craig finds out more from Bill.