Fiona Odlum

CBC Staffer

Fiona is a contributor at CBC Saskatchewan. She is from Winnipeg and that is where she started her broadcasting career more than 15 years ago. Fiona has done everything from traffic reporting in a helicopter, to breaking news, to anchoring and hosting talk radio across the country, to telling weather stories.

Latest from Fiona Odlum

Tornado touched down near Morse, Sask. on Thursday, Environment Canada confirms

A tornado touched down near Morse, Sask., Thursday afternoon, Environment and Climate Change Canada has confirmed.

'Gustnado' knocks out power in parts of Saskatchewan

Strong winds are being blamed for widespread power outages in Saskatchewan.

Hail storms follow scorching heat that shattered weather records across the province

Eleven warm weather records were broken on Saturday, Environment Canada reports.

Battery storage system in Regina will play role in helping hit net-zero goal, company says

A battery energy storage facility being built in the Regina's northeast is a project with SaskPower the province hopes will help move it toward its net-zero target.

City council to discuss requesting a report on making Regina an LGBTQ-friendly city

Regina city councillors are slated to discuss a motion Wednesday intended to improve the lives of LGBTQ people.

Heavy rain floods parts of Saskatchewan

A low pressure system brought widespread rain to Saskatchewan on Monday, with the rain expected to continue into Thursday.

Stanley Mission evacuees heading home with wildfire mostly contained

Some people from Stanley Mission, Sask., will be back to sleeping in their own beds Monday night.

Queen City Pride celebrates 1st in-person parade since pandemic began

After a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19 protocols, the annual Queen City Pride Parade returned to Regina this weekend.

Horses get asthma, too, but environmental shifts, access to hay are causing more problems, Sask. prof says

Environmental triggers can exacerbate an asthmatic episode which is usually caused by poor air quality. But what separates humans and horses is food options. Horses rely on a diet of hay, which can contain mould or dust.

Wildfire smoke triggers air quality statement in northern Sask., closes highway

The fire in the Stanley Mission area had prompted the closure of the highway into the community Saturday night, but it re-opened Sunday.