Current Affairs Associate Producer
Samanda Brace (she/her) is a Current Affairs Associate Producer where she gathers stories mainly for CBC radio's The Morning Edition. She has been with CBC Saskatchewan since 2014.
Latest from Samanda Brace
Regina teen selected from students around the world for US School of Rock tour
17-year-old guitarist Jaxon Hicks was selected for one of seven School of Rock AllStar teams. Only one per cent of the organization's 60,000 students worldwide are chosen.
Elementary classroom publishes children's book about travelling the world
The students in a Grade 1 and 2 class in Regina are now published authors, even though some just learned to write eight months ago.
Meet the Saskatchewan couple offering free dance lessons at their home studio
From two-stepping to tango, a Saskatchewan couple offers free dance lessons for pairs at the studio they built on their rural property.
Regina church offers lunch program after people begin to request food during COVID-19
A Regina church is offering a free lunch program after administers saw a need to address food insecurity in the Heritage neighbourhood.
'If you are in need, you come here': Clothing, food, housewares free at Regina community shop and pantry
Regina's Al Ritchie Community Association has a clothing bank and pantry for anyone in need.
Regina Farmers' Market can't use downtown plaza for 2024, seeks new location
The Regina Farmers' Market is looking for a new location for 2024, after it was told by the city it won’t have access to the Pat Fiacco Plaza.
How this Sask. program is helping unemployed seniors get back into the workforce
Experience Counts is a 16-week program run by the Ministry of Immigration and Career Training, and Saskatchewan Polytechnic.
Regina catering company dishes out opportunities for those with cognitive disabilities
A Regina catering company that employs people with cognitive disabilities is cooking up a café and pop-up cart as it expands its non-profit social enterprise.
Regina man on long-term disability says he's 'drowning', unable to pay city bill for sidewalk-clearing bylaw
Two Regina residents say the city is being too frosty with enforcement of its new sidewalk clearing bylaw.
'I just have loved it': Regina server says goodbye to Bushwakker Brewpub after 3 decades
Long-time Regina server Cheryl Tovey is hanging up her Bushwakker Brewpub apron after working there for 30 years.