Cory Coleman is a journalist for CBC Saskatchewan.
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Reverse new 6% PST on club memberships, Sask. gym owners urge legislature
Gym owner Jolene de Vries says people in Saskatchewan shouldn’t have to pay more to do something healthy.
Premier Moe says many job opportunities coming in Sask. as Canada's workforce faces record retirements
Canada’s workforce is aging at a record-breaking rate, which could lead to both challenges and opportunities in Saskatchewan.
Sask. team wins gold at cheerleading world championship
A cheer team in Saskatchewan has made history after winning gold at Cheerleading Worlds in Orlando, Fla.
Sask. Opposition brings woman waiting nearly 3 years for surgery to legislature to highlight wait times
A Saskatchewan woman says she wants her life back after waiting about three years for a surgery she needs before getting a kidney transplant.
Sask. Teachers' Federation calling on province to reinstate COVID-19 mandates in schools
The Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation is urging the provincial government to bring back COVID-19 mandates in schools as signs point to sixth wave in Canada.
Church bells to ring 29 times in Humboldt, Sask., to commemorate 4th anniversary of fatal bus crash
Church bells in Humboldt, Sask., will ring 29 times on Wednesday to mark the sombre anniversary of a devastating bus crash.
Awareness march in Regina calls for changes to income assistance program
Payton Byrne says homelessness in Regina is going to get worse before it gets better unless something changes.
Regina physician closing practice as health-care workers continue to experience burnout, frustration
Dr. Tomi Mitchell says she has put everything she can into her medical practice, but that everyone has a breaking point.
CNIB looking for new space in Regina now that building project in Wascana Park likely over
The Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) is looking for a new space to build its headquarters in Regina now that its building redevelopment project in Wascana Park has likely come to an end.
Saskatoon carpenter encouraging women to pursue trades careers amid ongoing underrepresentation
Zbitniff, a journeyperson carpenter in Saskatoon who mentors apprentices, began learning about the trades in a high school program and hasn’t looked back since.