Roxanna Woloshyn is a social media presenter and producer with CBCNews.ca.
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Is the celery juice craze driving up the price at the supermarket?
If you've noticed your greens are costing you a little more green, you're not alone — especially when it comes to celery. The celery juice diet craze might be thinning out more wallets than waistlines.
The truth about teatoxes: Why health experts say this celeb-endorsed craze is unnecessary
It’s one of the latest celeb-endorsed crazes sweeping social media: Teatoxing, the idea you can detoxify your body, reduce bloat and boost energy. But according to Health Canada, the sale of some of these popular brands is not allowed in Canada because the products aren't properly licensed here.
Al Gore on what Canadians can do to fight climate change
The former U.S. vice-president praised Canada for its commitment to the Paris agreement and offered advice on how to combat climate change ahead of the debut of his film An Inconvenient Sequel.
Preliminary hearing for Kelly Goforth, Richele Bear's alleged killer to begin in Regina
A judge will review evidence to determine if Clayton Eichler should stand trial in the deaths of Kelly Goforth and Richele Bear.
Retired Mountie Timothy Coxon pleads guilty to assaulting ex-spouse
A retired Mountie, who was charged with four counts of assaulting his former common-law spouse in January 2013 while serving as a member of the RCMP, has pleaded guilty to assaulting his ex-common-law wife.
Lloydminster business owner frustrated naturopathic 'con man' hasn't repaid loans
A business owner in Lloydminster, Sask. says he is frustrated that a convicted naturopathic fraudster, to whom he lent money, continues to scam other families and businesses.
90% of Saskatchewan First Nations have faced bad drinking water
A CBC analysis has revealed 65 of the province’s 70 First Nations have had at least one drinking water advisory since 2004. At almost 93 per cent, the number is well above the Canadian average of 65 per cent.
Cheat bidders beware: U of R research aims to sniff out online auction fraud
A University of Regina computer science professor believes online auction fraud is happening more often than previously thought and she and her research team are working to develop software that will detect fraudulent behaviour as it is happening.
American photojournalist captures portraits of Saskatchewan residential school survivors
Daniella Zalcman's multiple exposure photos of Saskatchewan residential school survivors are being featured on New Yorker magazine's Instagram page this week.
Housing worker sells vintage hats to raise money for Regina homeless
A housing support worker at Carmichael Outreach is trying to reduce the number of people who are homeless in Regina, one hat at a time.
Luther College professor Paul Antrobus remembered as innovative teacher
A Luther College professor is being remembered as one of the best and most innovative to teach in the university's psychology program.
City 'surprised' Civic Museum of Regina to close doors
The Civic Museum of Regina board says it has been in trouble for a few years now, and after reviewing the books, has realized it is no longer financially responsible to stay open.
Cold-pressed juice a growing health trend in Regina, Saskatoon
Cold-pressed juice bars are gaining popularity in Regina and Saskatoon, but experts say it may still be better to eat your greens rather than drink them.
Stronger home renovation rules would be useful, says regulator
The director of consumer protection for the government of Saskatchewan acknowledges licensing and bonding of the renovation industry would likely have protected consumers allegedly ripped off by Rod Gross.
Regina Beach septic truck service billed $10K for unauthorized repairs, says couple
Wesley Stowe and Brenda Pander-Stowe filed a complaint with the Better Business Bureau after they were charged $10,234 for a head gasket repair job that they say they didn’t sign a service agreement for, and that didn’t solve the engine problem either.