Brian Rodgers is a videojournalist and producer with CBC Saskatchewan.
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Regina music venue The Exchange to mandate vaccines or negative COVID-19 tests for concertgoers
Popular Regina music venue The Exchange announced it will require patrons to provide proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test result to attend shows.
Sask. man eligible for 3rd vaccine dose but disappointed immunocompromised people aren't
Regina's Ryan Doran is one of the people who got different COVID-19 vaccines for his first and second doses. He's eligible now for a third dose, but isn't celebrating the news. He lives with an organ transplant recipient who won't be eligible for the third shot.
The story of the decorated Christmas tree along the Saskatoon riverbank
If you walk along the banks of the river in Saskatoon, you might come across one tree that's not like the others.
Mosaic Stadium has been transformed into 'Iceville'
Saskatchewan's biggest football stadium now gets to call itself Saskatchewan's biggest skating rink.
Saskatchewan government now regulating financial advisers and planners
Anyone who calls themselves a financial adviser or financial planner in Saskatchewan will now be regulated by the province. The Financial Planners and Financial Advisers Act was signed into law on Friday.
Humboldt hit by flooding, second heavy storm in two weeks
Many people in Humboldt are cleaning up after the second big rainstorm in a little over two weeks. The latest downpour happened on Tuesday evening.
Unifor rejects 'final' contract offer from Regina Co-op refinery
Locked-out Co-op Refinery workers have voted against the latest, and perhaps final, contract offer from the company.
Sask. could receive up to $400M from feds to clean up orphaned oil wells
Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says $1.7 billion from the federal government is a "positive step" to help get oil and gas workers back on the job in Canada's western provinces.
Assiniboia residents fear construction project could bring COVID-19 to town
Assiniboia, Sask., Mayor Bob Himbeault says his constituents are concerned about the ongoing construction of a wind power plant that employs mostly out-of-province workers. There are worries the workers will bring COVID-19 into the town.
A glimpse at life in Saskatchewan's locked-down care homes
Residents and workers in Saskatchewan long-term care homes are settling into a new normal, trying to stay busy and safe while loved ones are barred from visiting.