Kendall Latimer


Kendall Latimer (she/her) is a journalist with CBC News in Saskatchewan. You can reach her by emailing

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Report says Sask. police officers failed during domestic violence response hours before infant's death

Police officers in Prince Albert, Sask., failed to conduct a proper investigation into a domestic violence situation that involved a vulnerable and unprotected baby — and hours later the baby was found dead at his home, according to a report from the Public Complaints Commission.

Advocates for survivors of sexual violence push for accountability on failed Regina tourism campaign

Regina political leaders should host a public town hall to discuss the city’s failed tourism rebrand and to hear from people harmed by it, said the Sexual Assault Services of Saskatchewan and its member agencies.

Family turns small-town Sask. school into indoor farm ​— and runs a drive-thru for veggies

A family has converted classrooms into growing spaces for cucumbers and lettuce to provide fresh produce to people year-round in Hudson Bay, Sask.

Greg Fertuck murder trial delayed again after accused asks to question girlfriend, gun expert

Greg Fertuck has been on trial since September 2021, accused of killing his wife. He was arrested in 2019 after confessing to undercover police officers. Now, a key decision at the trial has been put off because of his decisions.

Myles Sanderson was violent on James Smith Cree Nation days before stabbing massacre began: RCMP

Details from RCMP reveal how quickly the gruesome stabbing attacks unfolded last year on James Smith Cree Nation and the nearby village of Weldon, Sask.

Saskatoon Roller Derby League seeks community support after losing biggest fundraising opportunity

Players in the Saskatoon Roller Derby League are trying to fill a big gap in their annual budget after losing their biggest fundraising opportunity.

New program to house, help Indigenous women who are released from jail opens in Saskatoon

On Friday, community leaders and politicians in Saskatoon celebrated the opening of a new transitional housing unit that's meant to help women heal and move forward after being released from jail.

Sask. med students push province to make prescription birth control free

Saskatchewan medical students and the province's Official Opposition want the provincial government to make prescription contraception free. The push comes after British Columbia made the change.

The grief isn't gone 5 years after the Humboldt Broncos crash, but for some it's softer

It’s been five years since the tragic Humboldt Broncos bus crash that left 16 dead and 13 others injured. People affected by the crash say they've found purpose and healing by making a difference for others.

Children's advocate says lacking gov't oversight of Sask. program puts vulnerable youth at risk

On Tuesday, Saskatchewan's advocate for children and youth Lisa Broda released an investigative report that examines how the government is failing children in the Person of Sufficient Interest program.