Stefani Langenegger


Stefani Langenegger has been with CBC Saskatchewan for more than two decades. She covered provincial politics for more than 15 years, before joining The Morning Edition as host.

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Sask. man 'forever grateful' for gift of life from German teenager

A man from Moose Jaw, Sask., has a new lease on life and a new member of the family after receiving a donation of stem cells from a teenager in Germany.

Pin curls, perms and the art of conversation: Sask. hairdresser hangs up shears after nearly 60 years

It's been a long, happy career for a Saskatchewan hairdresser who spent nearly 60 years behind the chair, even if the pandemic trimmed a little off the end.

Restaurant owner's offer of free drinks sparks major spring cleanup in Meadow Lake, Sask.

A restaurant owner in Meadow Lake, Sask., sparked a massive community cleanup last weekend.

COVID-19 in Sask: Internal draft gov't document outlines 'worst case scenario' of up to 15,000 deaths

An early forecast of the pandemic's potential toll on the province was revealed the same day health officials confirmed four cases of community transmission.

Sask. woman says sharing is key to overcoming addiction

The word “fearless” is tattooed on Angela Singer’s right wrist, but that doesn’t mean her journey to recovery has been an easy one.

Regina store showcases homemade Saskatchewan goods

A collection of handmade goods by a variety of Saskatchewan craftspeople is available year-round at With These Hands, a new store in Regina's Cathedral neighbourhood.

Bankers invest time in kindergarten students

It sounds like an odd coupling: financial advisors and kindergarten students. But a partnership in one Saskatchewan school division has been so successful it is expanding.

Average Sask. health region employee took more than 10 sick days last year

Saskatchewan's auditor says the government needs to do more to cut down on sick leave by employees.

Sask. victims may be warned of partners' violent past

A father who fought for more disclosure by police to protect victims of domestic violence says “Clare’s Law” has proved its worth in the United Kingdom and may save lives in Saskatchewan if adopted here, too.

Sask. employers fear paid days off for victims of violence could lead to hiring fewer women

Victims of domestic violence in Saskatchewan will soon be entitled to up to 10 days off work, but they won't be paid days off.