Moreen Mugerwa

Moreen Mugerwa is a journalist with CBC Saskatchewan. She holds a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Regina. She works as a portrait and lifestyle photographer in her spare time.

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Players from across Western Canada to compete in Sask. Asian basketball tournament

The Saskatchewan Asian Basketball Invitational Tournament, also known as SABIT, has returned after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic.

Sask. retiree helps improve equipment accessibility for young farmer

A retired Saskatchewan farmer is helping a young farmer to pursue his dreams of taking over the family farm after a quad accident changed his life.

Regina residents still filing insurance claims from massive 2021 hail storm

Regina residents are still working on repairing their property and filing insurance claims after a major hail storm ripped through the city last year.

Deputy PM Freeland responds to criticism of fertilizer emissions plan, celebrates potash during Sask. visit

Canada's deputy prime minister and finance minister was in Saskatchewan Wednesday for a visit that included a stop at a potash and phosphate producer, and a meeting with the mayor of Saskatoon.

Invasive goldfish proliferating in Saskatoon storm ponds

In the past week, the City of Saskatoon has collected more than 450 kilograms, or 1,000 pounds, of invasive goldfish in its storm ponds.

Regina players win national titles at cornhole championships

Bean bag tossing now has its own elite league and the championships were held in Regina. Two of the players from the city now hold the national title.

Regina seeing more wasps than normal for this time of year

The City of Regina is seeing above-normal wasp counts for this time of year as the creatures look for places to build their nests.

City council takes initial step in process that will seek to end homelessness in Regina

Regina council has passed a motion to support funding for a plan to be included in the proposed 2023 budget that will seek to end homelessness in the city.

Sask. residents' level of hopefulness for future drops, but higher than national average: StatsCan

A new Statistics Canada survey says the level of hopefulness Canadians have about the future has dropped in the past five years — but Saskatchewan residents are more hopeful than Canadians on average.

Roughriders resume training, pre-season opener postponed

The Canadian Football League and the CFL Players' Association reached a tentative agreement Wednesday after a contract dispute.

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