The Morning Edition - SaskCraig McMorris Analyzes Mark's Olympic Snowboarding DebutFeb 6, 2014 | 6:10Craig talks with Sheila about Mark's qualifying runs and how he'll have to take the route through the semi-finals.
The Morning Edition - SaskHow Are Farmers Dealing With The Grain BacklogMar 3, 2014 | 10:34Host Sheila Coles speaks with two Saskatchewan farmers, Danny Thorsteinson and Bjorn Bjorndalen, to find out how the grain backlog is affecting their lives on the farm.
The Morning Edition - SaskPolitical Panel: Spring SessionFeb 28, 2014 | 8:18The spring session of the legislature starts on Monday. Stefani Langenegger and Murray Mandryk forecast whether it'll be a hot time at the old Marble Palace.
The Morning Edition - SaskAccess to Abortion in SaskatchewanJan 28, 2013 | 10:38Twenty-five years ago Henry Morgentaler won his fight for women's right to choose abortion. We find out how secure that right is today in Saskatchewan.
The Morning Edition - SaskMichelle Kohl Remembers Her Fiancé, Myles MacIntoshMar 4, 2014 | 7:39Michelle Kohl is speaking out in an exclusive interview with CBC. Her fiancé, Myles MacIntosh, was involved in an altercation the night of his stag in Saskatoon. Police believe he eventually fell into the river. Michelle shares her memories with Sheila.
The Morning Edition - SaskRising Prices In Grain Due To Ukraine SituationMar 4, 2014 | 7:40Host Sheila Coles speaks with commodities expert Mike Jubinville about rising grain prices due to events in Ukraine, and when Saskatchewan farmers can expect to finally get their grain to port.
The Morning Edition - SaskRegina mom wants Cannabis oil to treat son's seizuresFeb 26, 2014 | 13:36A young Regina boy has tried 20 different medications and brain surgery to cure his severe seizures. Now his mom is hoping cannabis oil might be the answer.
The Morning Edition - SaskHeather Gilchrist says she was saved by Good SamaritanFeb 24, 2014 | 10:11On her way back from Moose Jaw last Wednesday evening, Heather Gilchrist's half-ton truck hit a ditch. The impact left her unconscious, but luckily a Good Samaritan stopped to help. Now, Heather is trying to find that person to thank them.
The Morning Edition - Sask'Got Land, Thank An Indian' Sweater Creates ControversyJan 15, 2014 | 11:2213 year old Tenelle Star from the Star Blanket reserve wore a sweater to school last week that said, 'Got Land, Thank An Indian.' She was told to turn it inside out because people were offended. Tenelle speaks with Morning Edition host Sheila Coles.
The Morning Edition - SaskSheila's Snowshoeing AdventuresMar 6, 2014 | 5:39Snowshoeing is becoming more popular in and around Regina, and with a big race coming up this weekend, host Sheila Coles gets a lesson from expert Paul Cutting in Wascana Park.
The Morning Edition - SaskNaked Hot Yoga in ReginaSep 30, 2013 | 6:15Please leave your clothes at the door, guys. We spoke to Johnny Trinh, the instructor of Saskatchewan's first Naked Hot Yoga class for men.
The Morning Edition - SaskNicky's Cafe celebrates 28 yearsMar 7, 2014 | 6:22Nicky's Cafe has been on the Regina restaurant scene since 1986. We hear just what about this place keeps people coming back for more.
The Morning Edition - SaskHow Is Technology Changing Kids' Brains?Feb 24, 2014 | 7:14Sheila Coles is back in the host chair and she speaks with CBC Health Reporter Pauline Dakin about the amount of time kids spend in front of screens, such as tablets, and the impact it's having on their brains.
The Morning Edition - SaskThe Roughriders: a brand with a cult-like followingFeb 28, 2014 | 6:28We all know the Roughrider brand is popular but recently it's been compared to companies like Red Bull and Harley Davidson. We find out why from their VP of marketing.