Alex Soloducha

Alex Soloducha is a reporter for CBC Saskatchewan.

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Sask. couple collects more than 3 tonnes of baseball equipment for kids in Cuba

A couple from Lockwood, Sask., is driving around the province to collect baseball equipment to donate to kids in Cuba.

Ottawa invests $1M to support Indigenous people with FASD in the justice system

The federal government has committed nearly $1 million to helping Indigenous people with fetal alcohol spectrum disorder in Saskatchewan and Yukon.

Saskatoon gas station employee suspended after allegedly recording woman and girls in bathroom

Saskatoon police are investigating a report of voyeurism at a gas station.

'Understand the impermanence': Monks from India creating colourful sand mandala at Regina temple

The mandala being formed at the Buddhist Centre of Regina is meant to spread a message of compassion to onlookers. It's a tradition that goes beyond 2,500 years.

Fond du Lac Chief says airport runway should've been funding priority for province

The chief of Fond du Lac Dene Nation wants the provincial government to reconsider its decision not to pay for renovations to the airport in the remote community.

New Sask.-made kids cartoon aims to answer age-old question, 'why?'

Kids can now learn about the world while watching a new cartoon that was made in Saskatchewan.

Black footed ferret population in Sask. wiped out by drought, plague

The black footed ferret population was reintroduced to Grasslands National Park in 2009, but none of the animals have been spotted there since 2014.

Canadian cities are getting customized 'Opoly' games; Prince Albert's a top seller

The “Gateway to the North” is now the subject of a local version of Monopoly.

A matter of business cents: Sask. shop owner says giving employees $15/hr pays off

Some Saskatchewan business owners are choosing to pay more than the minimum wage. The minimum wage in Saskatchewan will increase this October to $11.32, but it will still be the lowest in the country. 

'Build bridges rather than build divides': Program helps educate newcomers on Indigenous history and culture

The Regina Open Door Society is holding a summer program for youth, between the ages of 11 and 17, called Reconciliation through Education. 

Old Mosaic Stadium site should be a parking lot for now: city councillor

A Regina city councillor is pushing for Taylor Field to be turned into a parking lot. 

Jury calls for timely access to elders at inquest into death of inmate at Regina Correctional Centre

After three days of testimony, the jury presented its findings at the coroner's inquest into the 2017 death of Waylon Starr, who was an inmate at the Regina Correctional Centre at the time.

Regina Correctional Centre neglected needs of man who died in custody, family says

Waylon Starr's family says they still have questions about what happened the day he died at Regina Provincial Correctional Centre.

'It hasn't fazed her': Toddler faces throat reconstruction after swallowing teddy bear eye last year

A Regina toddler is recovering, but will undergo more surgery next month after she swallowed a plastic eye from her teddy bear and it became lodged in her throat.

Police removing media access to radio scanners in Sask.

The police services in Regina and Saskatoon are following others in the country by cutting the media off from police radio scanner channels.