Peter Mills

Peter Mills is an associate producer at CBC Saskatchewan and the host of the Meet The Riders podcast. Follow him on Twitter @TweeterMillsCBC. Do you have a story idea? Email peter.mills@cbc.ca.

Latest from Peter Mills

Sask. band Foxwarren proves patience is a Juno-worthy virtue

Regina band Foxwarren waited years for its JUNO-nominated album to reach your ears. Junos winners will be revealed June 29 in a virtual ceremony, after the awards were cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Saskatoon church cancels worship and asks for supplies

For the first time ever, Mark Kleiner will not have anyone inside his church on Sunday.

Friendship Inn making major changes amid COVID-19, asking for help

A Saskatoon community centre is making a major change to feed people in need.

How Juno-nominee Big Dave McLean became a blues legend

Big Dave McLean still remembers his blues awakening more than 50 years later.
MEET THE RIDERS

Roughrider L.J. McCray choosing hope over hate

L.J. McCray is as fierce as they come on the football field, but he's also learned to not let anger dictate his life.
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CBC launches podcast series Meet the Riders

Host Peter Mills goes beyond the post-game news conference and introduces fans to the personalities behind the jersey numbers. Saskatchewan Roughriders players open up about their passion for the game and share personal stories.
MEET THE RIDERS

How Brendon LaBatte learned to love football and the Roughriders

Brendon LaBatte knows how much the Roughriders mean to Saskatchewan and he loves the responsibility.
MEET THE RIDERS

Roughrider kicker Brett Lauther waited almost 5 years for another chance

Brett Lauther refused to call it quits when times were tough and Roughriders fans owe him for it.
MEET THE RIDERS

Roughrider Loucheiz Purifoy willing to give up a kidney and football for mom

Loucheiz Purifoy recently welcomed a newborn son to the world and said there is nothing he wouldn't give up for family.
MEET THE RIDERS

Roughrider punter Jon Ryan loves his wife, kicking footballs, and beer

If you cut Jon Ryan, he'd bleed green.

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