Stephanie Taylor

Reporter, CBC Saskatchewan

Stephanie Taylor is a reporter based in Saskatchewan. Before joining CBC News in Regina, she covered municipal politics in her hometown of Winnipeg and in Halifax. Reach her at

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Parliament votes down Conservative motion against safe supply of drugs

Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre has failed to persuade the House of Commons to condemn the Liberal government's approach to fighting drug addiction.

Pope has called residential schools 'genocide,' House of Commons should too: Winnipeg MP

A New Democrat member of Parliament said Tuesday she hopes her colleagues will now recognize the residential schools system as genocide, now that Pope Francis has used the term.

Premier Moe says he didn't mean to disparage with work from home comment

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe says he didn't intend to disparage anyone when he said those calling on his government to introduce tougher COVID-19 restrictions are people who can work from home.

'Searching for answers:' Saskatchewan records deadliest month of COVID-19

As of Sunday, there have been 151 deaths reported since Jan .1 — almost half of all of the province's 304 pandemic deaths.

Sask. health minister says poll points to province's successful handling of COVID-19

Health Minister Paul Merriman was asked Thursday how the Saskatchewan Party government measures its success in dealing with the novel coronavirus. He said a recent poll released by the Angus Reid Institute shows favourable results for the province.

'Haven't given up hope:' Premier Scott Moe hopes for holiday long-term care visits

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe wouldn't commit Thursday to a threshold suggested by his chief medical health officer for granting more people the right to gather at Christmas.

Larger Christmas gatherings could lead to COVID rebound: Saskatchewan's top doctor

Saskatchewan’s chief medical health officer warned Wednesday that allowing more people to gather at Christmas without first slowing the spread of the novel coronavirus means communities would “pay the price” come the new year.

Tougher penalties could be coming for Sask. doctors who sexually abuse patients

Saskatchewan's College of Physicians and Surgeons has struck a committee to look at how to deal with sexual boundary violations, from taking a different approach to punishing doctors to offering more supports to patients who experience harm.

Trudeau questioned on pipelines, carbon tax, Indigenous rights in Regina town hall

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau fielded questions on everything from pipelines to Indigenous rights to his favourite childhood toy Thursday evening before a lively Regina crowd.

Pro-pipeline protesters and Sask. premier accuse Ottawa of leaving energy sector out in the cold

Frigid temperatures did not deter supporters from rallying outside of the Saskatchewan's Legislature Tuesday in support of pipelines and Canada's energy sector.