Alexander Quon


Alexander Quon is a reporter with CBC Saskatchewan based in Regina. After working in Atlantic Canada for four years he's happy to be back in his home province. He has previously worked with the CBC News investigative unit in Nova Scotia and Global News in Halifax. Alexander specializes in data-reporting, COVID-19 and municipal political coverage. He can be reached at:

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Regina will begin enforcing its snow-removal bylaw this fall

Under the city's Clean Property Bylaw, all property owners are required to clear nearby sidewalks within 48 hours of a snowfall.

COVID-19: Virus has killed more in Sask. in 2022 than during same period last year, gov't says

The province has recorded more COVID-19 deaths in 2022 than it did during the same period in 2021, government figures show.

2 people dead, Transportation Safety Board investigating after plane crash near Shaunavon, Sask.

Two people died this weekend in a plane crash near Shaunavon, Sask., the Transportation Safety Board confirmed on Tuesday.

Regina Coun. Terina Shaw may undergo anti-racism training despite no formal punishment for comments: mayor

"It's blatantly obvious after what she said to the news yesterday that she doesn't care. She stands by it," said one of the residents who filed a complaint against Coun. Terina Shaw.

Regina council endorses expanding red light camera program to issue tickets for rolling right turns

Regina has red light cameras installed at four intersections.

Regina Coun. Terina Shaw faces no punishment after 2 complaints to integrity commissioner

Ward 7 Coun. Terina Shaw will not face punishment in connection with two separate complaints made to the city's integrity commissioner about comments residents said were racist and violated the city's code of ethics, and over comments made to a fellow councillor.

Regina to look at having red light cameras issue tickets for rolling right turns

Regina has red light cameras at four intersections: Albert Street and Saskatchewan Drive, Lewvan Drive and Dewdney Avenue, Albert Street and Parliament Avenue, and Saskatchewan Drive and Albert Street.

Saskatchewan remembers Queen Elizabeth

One of the last public statements made by Queen Elizabeth II before her death on Thursday was to express condolences for the victims of the mass stabbing in Saskatchewan on the weekend. 

It's not over yet: COVID-19 presence remains high in Saskatchewan: wastewater analysis

The COVID-19 viral load remains high in Saskatchewan, according to researchers who analyse wastewater in cities across the province. 

Man at centre of Sask. Amber Alert facing new charge: Sask. RCMP

Benjamin Martin Moore was arrested in South Dakota after an Amber Alert was issued in Saskatchewan for Moore, his common-law partner and her two children.