Glenn Reid

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Glenn Reid first moved into the anchor chair at CBC Saskatchewan in 1986 and has been bringing sports to the people of Saskatchewan since then. Born and raised in Winnipeg, Glenn began his broadcast career in radio at Portage La Prairie, Manitoba before moving to Yorkton, and then to Regina.

Latest from Glenn Reid


Roughriders future cloudy with more uncertainty

With talk of a new business model for the CFL, the Riders GM may have to deal with a smaller football operations department, fewer coaches and less money to pay players.

Riders expect $10M loss after CFL cancels season

After several failed attempts at securing federal financial assistance and just as many delays, the Canadian Football League has officially pulled the plug on the 2020 season.

Roughriders face biggest financial crisis in 110 years

Annual general meetings for the Saskatchewan Roughriders are generally about the past, but it's hard to ignore the future when you are getting the crap kicked out of you by a virus.

Saskatchewan Roughriders coach sick of no football, itching to get out of travel-related quarantine

The Saskatchewan Roughriders head coach Craig Dickenson is in quarantine after crossing the border and is sick of the lack of football being played, Glenn Reid writes.

Is losing 2020 Grey Cup a blessing in disguise?

Is losing 2020 Grey Cup a blessing in disguise? A university prof believes City of Regina will be much better off in long haul

Grey Cup 2020 cancelled, will season be next?

Regina awarded Grey Cup game and festival in 2022.

Tough decisions being made in the Riderville office due to COVID-19

Tough decisions are being made at the office of the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Employee compensation has received 'adjustments' in the pandemic world, the CBC's Glenn Reid reports.

Roughriders shop local with first pick in CFL Draft

Melfort's Matt Riley has been selected 7th overall draft pick by his favorite team.

From a league of their own to a secret love story

Terry Donahue's skills on the diamond earned her place in the first professional all-women baseball league, but it was her secret relationship with her partner of 71 years, Pat Henschel, that inspired a new Netflix documentary.

Better late than never: Sask. golf courses tee up for May 15 opening

This would have been a nice weekend to play some golf, but for any golfer in Saskatchewan these days, what's another few weeks?

Regina Pats name Connor Bedard top pick in draft

Connor Bedard is one of only a handful of players to receive exceptional player status.

'In no scenario did we have a global pandemic': Riders president

"In no scenario did we have a global pandemic" . Roughriders president adjusts season plans for changing world

Golf courses to stay closed in Saskatchewan

While you might get an argument from many people in the province, according to the Saskatchewan government, golf is not considered an essential service.

Roughriders QB hopes CFL delay will be brief

Roughriders quarterback Cody Fajardo hopes the delay forced by the coronavirus will be brief. will be brief. If it isn't, he says, some players may have to make life-altering decisions.

Saskatchewan Roughriders face toughest adversary to date in COVID-19

COVID-19 has abruptly thrown the world into a holding pattern, but CFL teams are preparing anyway.