Ethan Williams

Associate Producer

Ethan Williams is an Associate Producer and show director with CBC Saskatchewan, primarily assigned to The Afternoon Edition. Get in touch with him:

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Regina city councillors backtrack on controversial fossil fuel sponsorship motion

Some Regina city councillors who originally supported a motion that would prevent fossil fuel companies from advertising or buying naming rights for city property have announced they're backing down.

Piece by piece: Regina woman hopes puzzle exchange builds community

You might be "puzzled" driving past Lindsay Bzdel's house in south Regina. Three large Rubbermaid containers sit on her front lawn amidst the snow. A closer inspection reveals a unique project meant to bring the community together during a challenging time.

Music to the ears: Northern Sask. music program receives dozens of instruments

A northern Saskatchewan music program now has access to dozens of instruments thanks to a recent donation.

Cold outside? Snow problem! Outdoor activities thriving in Sask. this fall

It seems many in Saskatchewan are taking advantage of the great outdoors this fall. With COVID-19 cases rising in the province, indoor gatherings are significantly restricted. That means outdoor winter activities normally passed over in previous years are seeing a boom in popularity.

Trench-digging project gives Clavet, Sask. students a glimpse into soldier's lives during war

Jonathan Nickel is giving his class a hands-on lesson about what soldiers endured in the First and Second World Wars.

The 'cycle' of life: Regina man reunites with treasured bike almost 30 years later

The year was 1980, and Peter Lavalley had just returned from over a year of hitchhiking around the world. For most people, doing that would be a big enough task. But not for Lavalley. He decided, upon arriving home, that he would cycle across Canada.

'Full of conviction': Colleagues, students remember beloved Sask. band director

Renown Saskatchewan high school band director and teacher Greg McLean made an impact on his students and fellow colleagues over the several decades he taught in the province. He passed away Saturday at the age of 67.

Winter heat wave: Spring-like temperatures warm up parts of Saskatchewan Saturday

Saskatchewan's winter weather roller coaster reached a high point Saturday, as temperatures across the province soared above the freezing mark.

Barricades back up after talks between Unifor, Co-op refinery break down

Just one day after executives from Unifor and management from the Co-op refinery in Regina met for bargaining, talks between the two sides have broken down.

'Still fighting': Women's March takes to Regina streets

Kaitlyn McNeill is only 13 years old, but she's determined to make the world a better place for women. McNeill and over 100 others took part in the annual Women's March in Regina Saturday. Despite the wind chill brushing the -40 C mark, it didn't stop many from coming out.

'The building is so well made': Tenants celebrate 90th birthday of historic Frontenac

Tenants gathered on Friday to usher in the Regina building's tenth decade, and to unveil a plaque which officially recognized its status as a heritage building.

'Sitting on the side of the road': Lineups for trucks at Regina Co-op refinery pickets concern industry

Some owners of local trucking companies contracted to haul fuel from the Co-op Refinery Complex in Regina say the wait times for trucks at picket lines are hurting their business and causing concerns for drivers' safety.

Yorkton family worries after city left without pediatrician

Rachel Gregoire's daughter, Alice, has esophageal atresia, which means she regularly needs to see a pediatrician. But since Yorkton lost its only pediatrician in September, the Gregoire family now needs to drive to Regina every two weeks for appointments.

Regina Co-op refinery employees locked out by management

Approximately 800 unionized employees of Regina's Co-op Refinery Complex are now locked out, according to management.

Agribition rodeo clown's hitting-Trudeau-with-a-bus joke inappropriate, says Regina woman

Megan McCormick says a joke the clown told about hitting Justin Trudeau with a bus was in poor taste, especially since it came soon after a moment of silence for a seven-year-old killed in a car crash.