Heidi Atter


Heidi Atter is a journalist working in Regina. She started with CBC Saskatchewan after a successful internship and has a passion for character-driven stories. Heidi has worked as a reporter, web writer, associate producer and show director so far, and has worked in Edmonton, at the Wainwright military base, and in Adazi, Latvia. Story ideas? Email heidi.atter@cbc.ca.

Latest from Heidi Atter

Regina city council rejects developer's proposal to turn Cook Residence into condo complex

Carmen Lien had proposed keeping the original facade while renovating the interior and adding a large addition.

Sask. family trying to keep grandmother in Canada after years of applying to sponsorship program

Fenglan Ge was told she had to leave Canada despite the COVID-19 pandemic and having applied for the sponsorship program for years.

Regina city council votes to bring in background checks for Uber drivers

Yearly criminal record and vulnerable sector checks will now be required for Uber drivers.

'It just hasn't slowed down': Interest in golf booms in Sask. during pandemic, even with snow still on ground

The cold weather hasn't stopped people from practising their swing ahead of the 2021 season.

Car dealerships, real estate developers among top donors for Regina mayoral candidates

Democracy Watch says campaign contributions should have been released weekly leading up to the election.

Regina housing report outlines barriers, road map to advancing net-zero building

Barriers for green homes include knowledge gaps among the public, lack of leadership and coordination.

Dog rescue day in La Loche hopes to round up, find foster homes for up to 150 strays

Community members of the northern village of La Loche and an Alberta rescue are working to pull round up between 100 to 150 stray dogs Sunday and take them to foster homes.

Regina commission unanimously denies application to allow Cook Residence be turned into condos

The owner of the property, which was designated a municipal heritage property in 2019, had proposed redeveloping the residence into a 16-unit apartment complex. The application will now go to city council on Feb. 24 for a final vote.

Efficiency review program approved by Regina's executive committee

Mayor Sandra Masters promised an efficiency review of city operations during her campaign.

Sask. birders continue to explore the trees through polar vortex for 'chirp' thrill

Temperatures in Sask. plummeted to –50 C this past week, yet birders still stepped out to see their feather friends.