Cory Coleman

Cory Coleman is a reporter, web writer and associate producer for CBC Saskatchewan. Have a story idea? Email cory.coleman@cbc.ca

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Regina police to reward kids for good behaviour with 'positive tickets'

Regina police will be handing out a new kind of ticket, but not to people doing something wrong.

U of Regina increasing security after alleged assaults involving wildfire evacuees

People at the University of Regina may notice more security and personnel on campus, as about 420 fire evacuees from Ontario settle in.

RCMP say Country Thunder a success, despite rise in some crime numbers

RCMP are commending Country Thunder attendees after what they are calling a successful weekend for law enforcement, despite some rising numbers related to crime.

'We're not alone': community rallies after bikes stolen from Regina outreach centre

People in Regina's North Central community have come together to help the Indigenous Christian Fellowship after a break-in.

Strike vote underway for SaskTel workers, planned mediation cancelled

A strike vote is being held in cities around the province after negotiations between SaskTel and the union that represents its workers failed.

SaskPower annual report details $197M net revenue, increased outages in Regina area

It was a profitable year for SaskPower, but the utility says it's still dealing with some challenges.

Speeding through highway construction zones 'a constant problem' on Sask. roads, worker says

Shantel Lipp says safety in highway construction zones is an ongoing concern for workers and the problem seems to be getting worse.

Speech-language pathologist resigns, speaks out after cuts to Regina Catholic School Division program

Maegan Mason says she's fed up with cutbacks to the Regina Catholic School Division's speech and language program.

City of Regina addresses concerns about 15th Avenue sewer project

The wastewater trunk relining project is causing concerns for residents in Regina's Cathedral neighbourhood.

Record number of chronic wasting disease cases confirmed in Sask. last year

There were 349 confirmed cases of chronic wasting disease in Saskatchewan last year — the highest number of confirmed cases the province has ever recorded in a single year.

Rebuild Lakeview area schools instead of 'cramming them into 1 lot' with merger: Regina community council

Plans to merge two schools in Regina's Lakeview area aren't sitting well with some parents.

'They are family': Sask. women riding motorcycles through province to empower women bikers

A group of Saskatchewan women are riding their steel horses across the province as part of a countrywide initiative to promote courage, adventure, unity and passion for women bikers.

German hiker celebrates 2 years of hiking Great Trail while in Yorkton, Sask.

It's been two years since Melanie Vogel set out on the journey of a lifetime — and she never thought she'd mark the occasion in Yorkton, Sask.

Sask. health authority not efficiently maintaining Saskatoon-area facilities, says auditor's report

The Saskatchewan Health Authority is not properly maintaining over 50 of its health care facilities, according to the latest auditor's report.

Memories of D-Day invasion still fresh for Sask. veteran on 75th anniversary

It's been 75 years since the D-Day invasion and 98-year-old Harold Hague says he still remembers it vividly.