The Morning Edition - SaskRegina Pats fire head coach Malcolm CameronJun 25, 2014 | 9:26The Regina Pats surprised fans by firing head coach, Malcolm Cameron. Eric Anderson joins Sheila in studio to look at why Cameron was fired and who is making the hockey decisions in the organization.
The Morning Edition - SaskRoyal Wood's life on the roadJun 25, 2014 | 5:44Canadian singer/songwriter Royal Wood is on the road this summer for the annual festival circuit. He plays 3 shows in the province as part of the Saskatchewan Jazz Festival. Wood tells Sheila about what life is like on the road.
The Morning Edition - SaskJon Ryan returns to ReginaJun 24, 2014 | 4:47The only football player from Regina to ever win a Super Bowl ring is back in town. We heard from Seattle Seahawks punter Jon Ryan on what a super bowl ring does for one's career and why he's back in the queen city.
The Morning Edition - Sask10-year-old Regina boy goes to the World CupJun 20, 2014 | 6:17William Song won the opportunity to walk on the field at World Cup with one of the world's best players. He tells Sheila Coles about the big win.
The Morning Edition - SaskTeaching the beautiful gameJun 19, 2014 | 5:02The University of Regina women's soccer team has been working with kids from the Open Door Society to teach them the beautiful game. The CBC's Roxanna Woloshyn checked out one of their practices.
The Morning Edition - SaskCanadians wait for disability benefitsJun 18, 2014 | 7:58In a 2013 omnibus bill, the federal government cut down the number of people hearing the appeals of Canadians applying for disability. It has left thousands of Canadians waiting for answers and income. CBC's Arielle Zerr explains what this means for appli
The Morning Edition - SaskTreee Frog in WascanaJun 18, 2014 | 7:11Move over ducks and geese, there's a new kid in town. The park naturalist at Wascana is rolling out the welcome mat for the grey tree frog, a new resident, never seen in Regina before.
The Morning Edition - SaskEagle Feather News looks for the oldest Sask. Aboriginal personJun 17, 2014 | 6:38A provincial newspaper was trying to track down the oldest Aboriginal person in the Saskatchewan. We hear about the results and about why they did it.
The Morning Edition - SaskJamie Bird remembers her aunt, Marlene BirdJun 16, 2014 | 6:06Sheila Coles is joined on The Morning Edition by Jamie Bird, the niece of Marlene Bird. Two weeks ago, Marlene was viciously attacked on the streets of Prince Albert. Jamie gives our listeners a glimpse into Marlene's life.
The Morning Edition - SaskHomosexuality in high schools - then and nowJun 13, 2014 | 8:00We talk to a student/president of Campbell's Gay-Straight Alliance and her teacher about the shift in they're seeing in the halls.
The Morning Edition - SaskWoman tells story of Road Rage on Highway 11Jun 13, 2014 | 9:46Tara McDonald pulled out to pass a semi and an SUV on her way to Craik. What happened next turned into a bizarre incident of road rage.
The Morning Edition - SaskGreg Kirby's LBGT friendly volleyball communityJun 12, 2014 | 8:41Sheila speaks with Greg Kirby, a Regina man who organizes a volleyball tournament where LGBT athletes have a safe space to compete and enjoy the sport they love.
The Morning Edition - SaskSaskatchewan research receiving international attentionJun 12, 2014 | 8:28Sheila speaks with Joe Rubin, a researcher from the University of Saskatchewan, who has found antibiotic resistant bacteria in raw squid. What does this mean for consumers? Sheila finds out.
The Morning Edition - SaskOver-diagnosing children with mental disordersJun 11, 2014 | 7:42Are children being over-diagnosed with mental disorders? One of the most prominent psychiatrists in North America says yes and argues childhood itself is being turned into a disease.