The Morning Edition - SaskRick Suchy from Unifor Local 922 in Lanigan says workers are shockedDec 3, 2013 | 7:23Potash Corp is planning to cut 440 jobs in Saskatchewan. Workers at Lanigan and Cory mines will take the brunt of the cuts. Sheila Coles spoke with Rick Suchy.
Rick Suchy is with Unifor Local 922 in Lanigan. He says workers are in a state of shock.
The Morning Edition - SaskRob Rongve on the latest announcement from Potash Corp.Dec 3, 2013 | 3:29Our business commentator in North Battleford looks at what may have lead to tough times at Potash Corp.
The Morning Edition - SaskMayor of Lanigan weighs in on job losses at Lanigan Potash MineDec 3, 2013 | 4:52The Mayor of Lanigan, Andrew Cebryk, weighed in on the impact these job losses could have on his community.
The Morning Edition - SaskSaskatchewan's first hospital emergency nurse practitioner on ERsNov 29, 2013 | 9:58Sheila Coles finds out what one health region is doing to deal with too many ER patients and not enough ER doctors.
The Morning Edition - SaskMeadow Lake woman sleeping in animal shelterDec 4, 2013 | 7:14The President of the Meadow Lake Humane Society is camping out at the shelter every night until she raises $5000. Host Sheila Coles spoke with Jillian Doucet from the shelter.
The Morning Edition - SaskUnsung heroes of Saskatchewan's 31-car pileupDec 2, 2013 | 6:57A major pile-up resulted in dozens of injuries and forced a highway closure near Maymont this weekend. CBC's Sheila Coles heard from Phyllis Longbardi, one of the people who narrowly averted the crash, and she spoke with MD Ambulance's Troy Davies.
The Morning Edition - SaskDr. Alex Wong on new advances in HIV treatmentDec 4, 2013 | 8:52HIV used to be considered a death sentence - now thanks to advances in medicine, patients can expect to live long healthy lives. Regina doctor, Alex Wong says the advances mean he'd have a hard time choosing between having HIV or diabetes.
The Morning Edition - SaskDakota McFadzean on comics as artDec 4, 2013 | 7:30Drunken gnomes, sensitive teenagers and a meditative cowboy, they can all be found in Dakota McFadzean's new graphic novel. Listen to Sheila Coles interview with Dakota.
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 - SaskWorld's Cheapest 3D printer invented in YorktonSep 23, 2013 | 7:18Bringing 3D printing to the masses. We spoke to Yorkton's Rylan Grayston, the man who has figured out a way to make 3D printers on the cheap. He already has thousands of people lined up to buy them.
The Morning Edition - SaskGetting rid of ER wait times in SaskatchewanDec 2, 2013 | 8:16If we looked into a local emergency room right now, chances are they'd be people waiting. However, the government hopes that will be a thing of the past come 2017. Host Sheila Coles spoke to Saskatoon ER doctor James Stempien about this ambitious goal.
The Morning Edition - SaskFestivus for the rest of us in ReginaDec 5, 2013 | 9:01Festivus - the holiday for the rest of us, was made popular by Seinfeld. Tonight, a group of Regina folks will be celebrating the anti-consumerist holiday in full-Seinfeld fashion. Host Sheila Coles spoke to David Richards.