Mah Noor Mubarik

Mah Noor Mubarik is a journalist with CBC Saskatchewan.

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Sask. government gives advice on gathering for the holidays safely

The provincial government says people should consider the vaccination status of their guests this season.

'Overwhelming response' from community after theft at Carmichael Outreach in Regina

The Regina-based charity, which helps people experiencing poverty and homelessness, has received an estimate of $26,000 after a break-in on the weekend.

'Grateful to be out of the cold': Camp Hope residents adjust to living in temporary shelter

Some former Camp Hope residents are adjusting to a temporary shelter located in the Regina’s Warehouse District.

Saskatoon cold weather strategy used to co-ordinate shelter for homeless people during Tuesday's storm

Organizations worked together to keep people out of the cold during the storm.

'It kind of is making a mockery of the struggles': Métis Youth Council member on spurious Indigeneity claims

Autumn Larose-Smith said when people make fraudulent claims about their identity, it makes a mockery of the struggles indigenous people face.

Vaxx Fest comes to Onion Lake, Sask., to encourage Indigenous youth to get vaccinated

Vaxx Fest will take place in Onion Lake, Sask., this Friday and Saturday. It will feature music, social media influencers and giveaways.

Regina schools tell city they don't want pot stores opening too close to kids

The Regina planning commission will discuss a report at its Wednesday meeting that recommends keeping a required distance of 182.88 metres between pot shops and schools.

Saskatoon epidemiologist gives tips on celebrating a safe Halloween this year

Nazeem Muhajarine gives tips on how people can safely celebrate Halloween with their families.

Sask. salon implements policy barring talk about COVID-19

A new sign up at Tessa's Beauty and Wellness in Weyburn, Sask., reminds customers to not talk about COVID-19, vaccinations or politics.

2 Sask. boaters still missing after weeks of searching

One of three boaters who went missing at Wollaston Lake was found dead, but the other two have not been located yet.