Sharon Gerein is the producer for CBC Radio One's The Afternoon Edition in Saskatchewan.
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A lesson to remember: Sask. class builds and sinks 2.75-metre model Titanic
When Glen Smith joined the staff of Lucky Lake School 32 years ago, he never thought he'd end his time as a teacher standing knee-deep in leech filled water, literally trying to keep a ship from sinking.
Sask. Indigenous couple finds fitness, reclamation climbing hill used to punish residential school kids
You won't find mountains in Saskatchewan, but one couple has scaled their own personal Mount Everest on the Prairies.
'We'd try to get a feel for the town': Pandemic project takes couple on a journey, but never far from home
Phil and Jan Deutscher of Regina just wanted to get out of the house during the pandemic, but they also wanted to stay safe.
Sask. man pivots business during COVID-19 to sell rare 'champagne' of coffee
A Saskatoon man is selling some of the most rare coffee on the planet.
Regina author's posthumous book on early Indigenous life was 30-plus years in the making
A new book that looks at the traditional knowledge of Indigenous people on the prairies is being hailed as an important scholarly work, but it also has a fascinating back story.
Saskatchewan is a muse for Calgary-based photographer
George Webber has been travelling to Saskatchewan during the summer to capture its beauty for more than 30 years, this year being the one exception.
Authors explore decades-old mystery of disappearance of 2 northern Sask. leaders
Two authors from the Lac La Ronge Indian Band and a researcher based in Montreal explore the 1967 disappearance of Métis activist James Brady and band councillor Absolom Halkett in a new book published by the University of Regina Press.
'Their families should know': 1930s yard sale find in B.C. has woman searching for Saskatchewan connections
Wendy Morton was at a friend's yard sale in Barriere, B.C., a couple of summers ago when she spied 24 quilt blocks and bought them.
Keep it in the sky: Sask. grandson writes song to honour his grandfather's military service
Regina singer-songwriter James Gates has created a Remembrance Day song and music video about one of his grandfather's harrowing experiences as a bomber pilot in the Second World War.
Mother channels pain of son's suicide into book to help others
It was a long process for Joy Pavelich to figure out how to live again, and how to make it a meaningful life.