Ethan Williams


Ethan Williams is a reporter with CBC News in Saskatchewan. Before joining the CBC in September 2019, he worked as a reporter for the Regina Leader-Post. Contact him:

Latest from Ethan Williams

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. 

'Your heart just sinks': Regina ringette team shocked after bottles for fundraiser stolen

A Regina ringette team is reeling after bottles they collected for a fundraiser were stolen earlier this week.

Warman man's grocery trip leads to encounter with black widow spider

Calvin Bruneau came home from grocery shopping with something he didn't pay for.

Trick-or-treat troubles: Halloween hooligans stealing expensive decorations from Regina lawns

Ghosts, monsters and goblins aren't the only things frightening Regina households this Halloween. Thieves have been making off with expensive Halloween decorations in several neighbourhoods.

Online petition calls for removal of Regina Public Schools board chair

Frustration continues to mount after the Regina Public School Board recently voted against board trustee Aleana Young's motion that would have ensured schools are allowed to choose how to celebrate Pride Month in June.

Regina drag queen voices concerns about school board chair's comments

A Regina drag queen is disappointed with the chair of the Regina Public School Board after a comment the chair posted on Facebook last week that seemingly expressed concerns about Pride month events involving drag queens in schools. 

'I hope we did them proud': Sask. farmers rally to finish grieving family's harvest

Trevor Berkan's friends and neighbours remember him for his hard work in his community and his love of his family. After his sudden death, nearby neighbours organized a community harvest on Saturday to take care of the remaining crop.

'I'm going downhill': Patients lament after Sask. doctor's death puts free treatment program on hold

Jo Ann Moffatt has been through a lot of pain, both physical and emotional. Now a treatment option she says offered relief unlike anything else is on hold.

'The father of our community': Prince Albert psychiatrist remembered as a builder

The province's medical community is mourning the passing of a well-known and respected psychiatrist.

Prairie farmers' woes continue as poor weather halts harvest activity

Stan Jeeves' crops have endured a lot this year. His crops on his farm near Wolseley, Sask. — approximately 100 kilometres east of Regina — had trouble growing in the spring because of dry conditions. That set him back when harvest came around. 

'Welcome just to be myself:' Regina choir offers musical outlet for LGBTQ youth

Narek Harutyunyan used to live what he calls a "fake life." The 28-year-old from Armenia, who is now openly gay, was forced to conceal his sexual orientation from his peers while living in his home country. 

Tickets for 2020 Grey Cup in Regina to cost $110 to $475

The Saskatchewan Roughriders announced ticket pricing for the 2020 Grey Cup Thursday — the first CFL championship game to be hosted at the new Mosaic Stadium. 

RCMP, Yorkton high school practise 'extensive' lockdown drill

RCMP, fire crews and emergency medical services descended on Sacred Heart High School in Yorkton Wednesday morning, but there was no actual emergency.