Daniel Reech

Daniel Reech is a journalist with CBC Saskatchewan.

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Saskatoon SPCA finds home for 7-week-old piglet

CBC's Heather Morrison spoke with Jemma Omidian of the Saskatoon SPCA about the adoption of Eunice the pot-bellied piglet.

City of Regina to apply for provincial disaster assistance program

Regina city council unanimously passed a motion Wednesday calling for the city to apply for residents to be able to seek money under the provincial disaster assistance program (PDAP) to help with costs associated with a recent torrential rainfall. 

City of Regina to consider applying for disaster assistance after flooding caused by heavy rain

Regina city council will consider a proposal Wednesday recommending the city apply to the provincial disaster assistance program for help for residents who experienced damage caused by heavy rainfall earlier this month.

Solstice frost breaks 10 cold weather records across Saskatchewan

The cold weather on the summer solstice may have provided difficulties for people growing produce.

Swift Current RCMP continue to search for dogs suspected stolen

Update on the Swift Current Rural RCMP's investigation into multiple cases of alleged dog theft.

Queen City Marathon back to in-person events this fall

After last year's virtual event, Run Regina is bringing back in-person races for the Queen City Marathon.

Sask. RCMP receive 5 reports of dogs missing from rural areas around Swift Current and Lac Pelletier

Saskatchewan RCMP have received 5 reports of missing dogs from rural areas around Swift Current and Lac Pelletier, and suspect they were stolen.

Extreme heat poses threat to Saskatoon's homeless population

Saskatoon Housing Initiatives Partnership is helping co-ordinate a response plan for people who find themselves without shelter during extreme heat.

Construction begins on Regina building that will be home to Argyle School, École St. Pius X

Argyle School and Ecole St. Pius X will share the facility, which is expected to be finished in 2023.

Sask. prohibits people from feeding dangerous wildlife

Saskatchewan is making it officially against the law to feed dangerous wild animals.