Madeline Kotzer is an award-winning Saskatchewan journalist and social media news editor/presenter for CBC Saskatchewan and CBC Saskatoon.
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'A really awesome journey': Future 40 winner Krystle Pederson keeps live theatre going during pandemic
Future 40 winner Krystle Pederson is writing music, working on live theatre and creating a Cree musical during the pandemic.
Determination, passion and sobriety: Future 40 winner Michael Linklater shares keys to his success
Basketball star Micheal Linklater, a 2014 Future 40 winner, is using his success to focus on creating a brighter future for Indigenous young people in Saskatchewan.
'We're really busy': Past CBC Future 40 winners' Harvest Eatery thriving thanks to Sask. support
Kristy Thienes, a 2018 CBC Future 40 winner, credits local support for the success of her Shaunavon "table-to-farm" restaurant through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bullied to death; almost: One Cree woman's story of survival
Chantelle McLeod was severely bullied at school in Stanley Mission, Sask. Now she plans to use her painful experiences to help other kids, as a teacher.
Catching a dream: Moose Jaw man invents super-Canadian ice-fishing gadget
Adam Butler says his subconscious led him to create The DipStick, a.k.a. "nature's beverage cooler" — a device that lets ice fishers keep their beverages of choice cool, without freezing them.
Forrest Eaglespeaker's The North Sound tells a story of change
The North Sound's Forrest Eaglespeaker sits down (on top of a building, in the rain) with CBC Saskatchewan to play music and talk about loss, love, life and how storytelling through songs makes everything better.
'Dancing has never died': Music lovers hope to save Danceland
Danceland is a Saskatchewan icon perched next to the Dead Sea of Canada. But, as salty waters rise, so do costs. Will it be around for another 90 years? A new generation of music lovers hopes so.
'We've all changed since then': Discovery of camera lost on 2013 grad night stirs memories, reflection
On a recent trip to Pinehouse, a CBC Saskatchewan crew serendipitously stumbled across an old digital camera, washed up on shore. The pictures inside held memories and reminders for 2013 grads about how much can change in six years.
'Pom poms for the world': Regina artist spreads joy, one fuzzy creation at a time
Lorena Leal’s pom pom making pop-up punctuates a month of free art workshops by Eden Care Communities.
Miguel Catellier credits bright ideas, books with businesses' sustainable success
At age 29, Miguel Catellier is CEO of two Saskatchewan companies. The 2018’s Future 40 winner’s biggest challenge? Managing the demand (and getting enough sleep).