Cory Coleman has worked at CBC Saskatchewan as a producer, associate producer and reporter. Have a story idea? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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Sask. advocate says money in federal budget for child care 'a historic turning point' for the province
Sue Delanoy says the province has an opportunity to revamp child care with newly announced federal money — if the plan comes to fruition.
Premier Scott Moe says more groups could be prioritized for COVID-19 vaccine
Premier Scott Moe says conversations about prioritizing more groups for COVID-19 vaccines are underway.
Sask. teacher pleading with province to prioritize school staff for COVID-19 vaccine after testing positive
Victoria Dyck is pleading with the provincial government to prioritize school staff for vaccination after she tested positive for the virus and a much-loved teacher in Prince Albert died from COVID-19.
Sask. teacher says province needs BIPOC teachers association to better support educators, students of colour
Helen Vangool says it’s become fairly common for teachers, parents and students to tell her about experiences of racism they’ve encountered in school — and it's concerning.
Regina-area school divisions unite in call for COVID-19 vaccines before return to classroom
Regina Public Schools, Regina Catholic School Division and the Prairie Valley School Division are sending letters to the Saskatchewan Health Authority asking for school staff to be vaccinated before in-person classes resume.
Pilot project being launched in Regina to make downtown more welcoming while helping people in need
A pilot project is being launched in Regina aimed at making downtown more welcoming, inclusive and safe while helping people in need.
Judicial review ends with no further action for Regina judge who visited teepee protest camp
The Canadian Judicial Council (CJC) has ended its review of a Regina judge’s decision to visit a teepee protest camp on Saskatchewan's legislature grounds after issuing a ruling on the matter.
Regina police chief relieved front-line officers being offered priority COVID-19 vaccine
Regina police Chief Evan Bray says he’s relieved front-line officers and other first responders are being offered priority COVID-19 vaccinations, especially with COVID-19 cases on the rise.
Government adds Sask. first responders to vaccine plan, including police and firefighters
The provincial government is changing its vaccination plan to prioritize first responders in Saskatchewan who weren't included in Phase 1.
Saskatoon woman from Myanmar says more attention needed for Karen people fleeing violence
Saskatoon resident Kamwee Eh, who was born in Myanmar, is worried increased violence and mass arrests in her home country could get worse if people don't start paying more attention.