Samanda Brace is a Current Affairs Associate Producer. She got her start at CBC Saskatchewan in 2014 as an intern. Get in touch with her by emailing email@example.com
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Sask. family owns more than 30 pets, including a goat and pot-bellied pig
A pygmy goat named Stella and a Vietnamese pot-bellied pig named Jelly Bean are two unconventional pets owned by the Garratt family.
A look at Regina's organic waste pilot project and what's to come if it goes city-wide
More than 2,000 Regina homes have been a part of an organic waste pilot project that began in September 2020.
Sask. students turn to community, businesses to make outdoor classroom vision a reality
A Grade 4 class in Milestone has received support from dozens of local Saskatchewan businesses to help build their outdoor classroom design.
More than $180K raised for 'selfless' Regina social worker after unexpected cancer diagnosis
In five days, more than $186,000 has been raised to help support Katie Daschuk, $76,000 of which in the first 24 hours.
'Catalyst for a movement': People around the world don ribbon skirts after Sask. girl shamed for wearing hers
A 10-year-old Saskatchewan girl's life has been brightened by the colourful ribbon skirts of women across the globe after she was shamed for wearing her own.
Regina program supports entrepreneurs with disabilities through economic and mental health struggles
A long-running program in Regina helps those in the disability community find a sense of connection and success through self-employment.
'It's a Christmas miracle': Rescued cat gives new meaning to holidays for Regina man
Adopting a cat that was abandoned has helped a Regina man make new positive Christmas memories after losing his dad around the holidays.
Carbershop brings Regina men together for 'harmonic euphoria' through radio dial
A Regina barbershop chorus is tuning their car radios along with their voices to sing safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
New Regina non-profit aims to deliver full-court press to repair city's crumbling basketball courts
Two Regina twin brothers have transformed their travel blog on hoop culture around the world into a local non-profit that revamps the city's basketball courts.
Q & A: Get to know Regina's 9 mayoral candidates and their takes on 4 hot topics
Regina voters have a lot of choices for who they want to represent their city as mayor.