Emily Pasiuk

Reporter

Emily Pasiuk is a reporter for CBC Edmonton. She has filmed two documentaries, and reported in Saskatchewan before coming to Edmonton. Tips? Ideas? Reach her at emily.pasiuk@cbc.ca.

Latest from Emily Pasiuk

Regina broadcasting legend Mal Isaac dead at 84

Mal Isaac, a venerable mainstay in Regina sports broadcasting, died Saturday. He was 84. He leaves behind his wife, Vivian, three children and eight grandchildren, whom he absolutely adored according to his son, Scott.

2 hospitals in Saskatoon faced with influx of patients they cannot house

In a letter to all Saskatoon physicians, Dr. Grant Stoneham asked doctors to re-evaluate current admissions to see if any could be discharged to make room for new patients. 

Sask. not alone as supply chain issues affect markets around the world

Anecdotally, people have reported seeing bare shelves in stores, and anything from a lack of brussels sprouts to a lack of products needed to make your favourite Taco Time order.

Unfair to close schools when almost no other public health restrictions in place: Saskatoon pediatrician

Students continue to return to school this week across Saskatchewan, despite concerns about cases of the Omicron variant.

'A dream come true': Edmonton Stingers basketball player signs NBA contract

Xavier Moon, originally from Alabama, was a top player for the Edmonton Stingers in the Canadian Elite Basketball League (CEBL).

Regina approves budget, including 3.4% property tax increase

The final mill rate increase in Regina's 2022 budget came down from a proposed 3.49 per cent hike to 3.4 per cent. The utility rate increase will be five per cent.

Regina city council debates 3.49% property tax hike as budget considerations continue

If approved by city council, the hike would work out to roughly $6.31 more per month, or $75.72 more per year, for a property owner with a home valued at $315,000.

Council approves $92.8M operating budget for Regina police, including money for new plane

The first day of Regina budget season is over after deliberations on the Regina Police Service budget on Wednesday. 

New Sask. government plan for getting through surgery backlog concerns experts, unions

Saskatchewan's plan to reduce its surgery backlog by privatizing certain procedures is raising concerns from unions, the Opposition and health policy experts. 

'Status quo' for now in Sask., as new coronavirus variant makes its way into Canada

Minister Paul Merriman said Saskatchewan is ready to test for the new variant, but nothing is changing right now. 

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