Abby Schneider finds and reports on Saskatchewan stories as an associate producer for CBC Radio's The Morning Edition. Follow @AbbyCBC.
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EMPTY ROOM SERIES
Regina's Nick Faye playing Regina Folk Festival on tour
Nick Faye and the Deputies are making a stop at the Regina Folk Festival but first singer Nick Faye joins us for our Empty Room Series.
EMPTY ROOM SERIES
Deep Dark Woods singer Ryan Boldt working on solo project
Ryan Boldt, frontman for the Deep Dark Woods, joins CBC's Empty Room series and shares a song from his latest solo project.
Gender fair focuses on diversity in Regina
Organizers say it's like a science fair but about gender identity. As part of Regina's Pride Week, TransSask Support Services hosted an evening event where people could ask any questions they had about gender and sexuality.
Fake news story says Vin Diesel is moving to Saskatoon
Don't expect the Fast and Furious star to speed into Saskatchewan in a moving van anytime soon. A well-shared article on the star is a hoax.
Saskatchewan writer Zarqa Nawaz attends Orlando vigil in New York
The Saskatchewan author came back feeling like she was embraced by the people of New York.
Bike lanes, sidewalks and stop signs: Regina cycling tips
The city of Regina is hosting its annual commuter challenge which means more people are planning to walk, bus or bike to work but sometimes cyclists and drivers run into problems when it comes to sharing the road. Bike Regina shares tips on how the two groups can get along.
Regina punk rocker remembers early days of the Sask. scene
People around the world are celebrating the 40th anniversary of punk rock, and although Regina wasn't on the forefront of the scene, there were local punk bands touring Saskatchewan in the late 70s.
Rainbow flags fill downtown Moose Jaw as city celebrates first pride parade
Moose Jaw's first pride parade was held Saturday, but it's not the first time people in that city gathered for gay rights.
Sask. stuntman rides unicycle across 60-metre-high butte
J.D. Guignard rode across the narrow ridge of Castle Butte in Saskatchewan's badlands to build up his stunt portfolio.
Human rights settlement turns into $20K donation for Moose Jaw Pride
The donation came out of human rights settlement that started in 2014 when a transgender woman wanted to change information on her government ID and was denied.