Tory Gillis


Tory Gillis began work as a journalist with CBC Saskatchewan in 2012. You can hear her deliver the afternoon news on weekdays on CBC Radio One in Saskatchewan. She has also worked as a reporter, and as an associate producer on CBC Saskatchewan's radio shows, The Morning Edition, Bluesky and The Afternoon Edition.

Latest from Tory Gillis

Sask. religious leaders pondering what worship will look like after COVID-19

Saskatchewan faith groups are putting their heads together on what resuming worship services would look like and how it can be done safely. Meanwhile, Regina-Wascana MP Michael Kram is calling on Saskatchewan's premier asking for worship services to be considered sooner in the province's reopening plan.

Sask. fishermen feeling left out from federal pandemic help

When the federal government announced pandemic relief for the seafood processing industry, inland fishers in Saskatchewan say it's not helpful for what they're calling a bleak situation for the industry.

Federal aid money 'a good start,' but Sask. agricultural producers association hopes more is coming

The $252-million federal aid package was announced Tuesday.

With no active COVID-19 cases, south Sask. business owners optimistic

All 15 cases that were previously confirmed in south Saskatchewan are now considered recovered.

'Don't beat yourself up over what you can or can't do': Teachers, families face challenges educating at home

Saskatchewan Teachers Federation president Patrick Maze says parents shouldn't beat themselves up too much about what students can or cannot do, given the situation.

Sask. Junior Hockey League to continue coronavirus-shortened playoffs via video game simulation

It won't result in a real Canalta Cup being awarded — but a simulated version of the rest of the SJHL playoffs might just be the hottest hockey ticket around. 

Cannabis growing facility closure in Yorkton, Sask., among changes announced by Canopy Growth

The Canadian cannabis company behind the brands Tweed, Tokyo Smoke and Spectrum Therapeutics announced the Yorkton facility closure in a list of closures, including others in the U.S., Colombia, Lesotho and South Africa.

Canada Post postpones move to single Regina facility

Canada Post was planning on having staff in Regina move from three smaller, older depots into one larger facility on April 20. On Wednesday, it postponed that move after the union raised concerns.

Regina veteran gets bagpipe serenade for 100th birthday

After COVID-19 restrictions led Gladys Kennedy's family to cancel plans for her 100th birthday party, the legion stepped in to help give the Regina woman a safe and distant serenade.

Sask. brewery CEO says businesses will need more than bank loans and help paying wages to come back from this

Shawn Moen of 9 Mile Legacy says many colleagues in the food and beverage industry could find some government benefits irrelevant.