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The Afternoon Edition - Sask - U of S Professor Honoured With Prestigious PrizeApr 10, 2014 | 7:28The Afternoon Edition - Sask U of S Professor Honoured With Prestigious Prize Audio
The Afternoon Edition - Sask U of S Professor Honoured With Prestigious Prize Apr 10, 2014 | 7:28Craig speaks with U of S Prof. Jim Miller. He just won a $100-thousand Killam prize in recognition of his research studying the relationships between Canada's First Nations people and newcoemrs to the country.
The Morning Edition - Sask - Serendipity CateringApr 10, 2014 | 5:39The Morning Edition - Sask Serendipity Catering Audio
The Morning Edition - Sask Serendipity Catering Apr 10, 2014 | 5:39Regina's Kathryn Santha runs a gluten-free catering business in Regina.
The Morning Edition - Sask - Jack McDonald on officiating at the Masters Golf TournamentApr 10, 2014 | 7:06The Morning Edition - Sask Jack McDonald on officiating at the Masters Golf Tournament Audio
The Morning Edition - Sask Jack McDonald on officiating at the Masters Golf Tournament Apr 10, 2014 | 7:06Saskatchewan-born Jack McDonald has been to the Masters 5 times. He talks about what it's like being an official there.
Saskatoon Morning - CBC documentary says the Bell of Batoche returned last summer, is not the real one.Apr 10, 2014 | 7:59Saskatoon Morning CBC documentary says the Bell of Batoche returned last summer, is not the real one. Audio
Saskatoon Morning CBC documentary says the Bell of Batoche returned last summer, is not the real one. Apr 10, 2014 | 7:59Leisha speaks with documentary film maker Mark Starowicz about his documentary on the Bell of Batoche. He says he and a team of researchers have discovered that the bell that was returned last year, is not, in fact, the real one.
The Afternoon Edition - Sask - Meet America's New Ambassador to CanadaApr 9, 2014 | 8:10The Afternoon Edition - Sask Meet America's New Ambassador to Canada Audio
The Afternoon Edition - Sask Meet America's New Ambassador to Canada Apr 9, 2014 | 8:10Bruce Heyman and his wife Vicky Heyman are setting off on a tour of the Canada. Craig finds out what they plan to see, and asks the new US ambassador about his priorities for the job.
The Morning Edition - Sask - Dr. Lin on male circumcisionsApr 9, 2014 | 7:52The Morning Edition - Sask Dr. Lin on male circumcisions Audio
The Morning Edition - Sask Dr. Lin on male circumcisions Apr 9, 2014 | 7:52A recent review of US studies is comparing people who oppose male circumcision to those who are against vaccination for children. Our house doctor shares his perspective.
The Morning Edition - Sask - The new trend of half-birthdaysApr 9, 2014 | 4:22The Morning Edition - Sask The new trend of half-birthdays Audio
The Morning Edition - Sask The new trend of half-birthdays Apr 9, 2014 | 4:22Our parenting columnist has some insight into a troubling new trend in kids' parties and some ideas on how to deal with it.
The Afternoon Edition - Sask - How Art is Used As a Surgical Tool at the U of SApr 9, 2014 | 7:51The Afternoon Edition - Sask How Art is Used As a Surgical Tool at the U of S Audio
The Afternoon Edition - Sask How Art is Used As a Surgical Tool at the U of S Apr 9, 2014 | 7:51The Surgical Humanities Program at the U of S suggests art can be used as a vehicle for healing. Both patients and doctors are encouraged to engage in creative expression. Craig finds out more from department head and neurosurgeon Dr. Ivar Mendez.
The Morning Edition - Sask - Graham's GangstersApr 7, 2014 | 7:20The Morning Edition - Sask Graham's Gangsters Audio
The Morning Edition - Sask Graham's Gangsters Apr 7, 2014 | 7:20Jeff Will and 7 of his friends are calling themselves Graham Gangsters as they support their pal, Graham Dalaet at the Master's in Augusta.
The Afternoon Edition - Sask - Moose Jaw Warriors' Controversial Anniversary LogoApr 8, 2014 | 6:56The Afternoon Edition - Sask Moose Jaw Warriors' Controversial Anniversary Logo Audio
The Afternoon Edition - Sask Moose Jaw Warriors' Controversial Anniversary Logo Apr 8, 2014 | 6:56Moose Jaw`s Cultural Diversity Advisory Committee thinks Moose Jaw Warriors`s 30th anniversary logo is culturally insensitive. And they`d like the City to asks the team to retire it. Craig finds out more from the committee`s chair.
Blue Sky - Vice principal recalls being stuck on 'highway of hell'Apr 8, 2014 | 5:25Blue Sky Vice principal recalls being stuck on 'highway of hell' Audio
Blue Sky Vice principal recalls being stuck on 'highway of hell' Apr 8, 2014 | 5:25Blue Sky host Garth Materie speaks with vice principal Aaron Fosseneuve about his adventure being stuck on the highway into Cumberland House with a vehicle full of students. He describes deep mud ruts on Highway 123, which has been voted the worst highway
The Morning Edition - Sask - Anti-Racist Training For UofR CheerleadersApr 8, 2014 | 10:49The Morning Edition - Sask Anti-Racist Training For UofR Cheerleaders Audio
The Morning Edition - Sask Anti-Racist Training For UofR Cheerleaders Apr 8, 2014 | 10:49University of Regina professors Michael Cappello and Shauneen Pete join Sheila in studio to discuss the work they did the UofR Cheerleading Team after it posted a photo online of members dressed as Cowboys and Indians.
The Afternoon Edition - Sask - Carol Lafayette-Boyd Wins Big at World MastersApr 7, 2014 | 7:22The Afternoon Edition - Sask Carol Lafayette-Boyd Wins Big at World Masters Audio
The Afternoon Edition - Sask Carol Lafayette-Boyd Wins Big at World Masters Apr 7, 2014 | 7:22Craig speaks with the Regina athlete who stays atop the track and field podium... even at the age of 71. Carol just won 5 gold medals at the World Masters indoor Athletics championship in Budapest, Hungary.
The Afternoon Edition - Sask - Campbell Collegiate's 'Spreading the Word'Apr 7, 2014 | 5:22The Afternoon Edition - Sask Campbell Collegiate's 'Spreading the Word' Audio
The Afternoon Edition - Sask Campbell Collegiate's 'Spreading the Word' Apr 7, 2014 | 5:22Students at Regina's Campbell Collegiate are encouraging people to use kinder language when describing people with intellectual disabilities. Craig finds out more from a special education teacher at the high school.
Blue Sky - Regina veterinarian helping Ugandan women become goatherdersApr 7, 2014 | 7:08Blue Sky Regina veterinarian helping Ugandan women become goatherders Audio
Blue Sky Regina veterinarian helping Ugandan women become goatherders Apr 7, 2014 | 7:08Who knew two goats could make such a difference? Blue Sky host Garth Materie speaks with Laura Macdonald, a veterinarian in Regina. She is heading to Uganda soon to help women and children affected by AIDS earn a living by raising goats.

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