Kendall Latimer

Journalist

Kendall Latimer began her journalism career in print as a newspaper reporter in Saskatoon and then as a feature writer in Bangkok. She joined CBC Saskatchewan in 2016. Latimer shares stories on web, radio and television. Contact her: kendall.latimer@cbc.ca

Latest from Kendall Latimer

Alena Pastuch appeals fraud conviction, 7-year prison sentence

Alena Pastuch was convicted of defrauding investors of $5.5 million. She was sentenced to seven years in prison and ordered to pay it back. Now, she's asking for a new trial.

Alena Pastuch receives 7-year prison sentence for multi-million dollar fraud scheme

Alena Pastuch has received a seven-year prison sentence for stealing millions of dollars. She promised investors child protection software, but instead used the money to fund a lavish lifestyle.

Crown suggests 10-year prison term for Regina businesswoman in $5M fraud case

Alena Pastuch was convicted of defrauding multiple investors of a combined total $5.5 million. On Thursday, the Crown suggested she should spend ten years in prison while the defence asked for six years in a healing lodge.

'They feel that they can make things happen here': Indie record labels cultivate Sask. music scene

Saskatchewan's small record labels are filling in gaps and growing the scene.

People filming 'reprehensible' acts may spur the bad behaviour, says U of R prof

The person who claimed to have recorded a video of another person dousing a stranger in coffee denied responsibility through posts on social media. However, a behavioral analyst said people who knowingly record incidents like this share the responsibility.
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Regina man shocked after stranger throws coffee in his face

Falgun Vaviya couldn't believe it when a group of strangers approached him on his work break and threw coffee in his face on Tuesday night.

A few drops of rain offer a bit of relief to parched Prairie farms

​Some southern Saskatchewan farmers are feeling a little less on edge after just enough rain helped ease a dire situation.​

Regina man gets 12 years in prison for meth-fuelled killing

Justin Christopher Ford has been sentenced after pleading to guilty to manslaughter for his role in a meth-fuelled-robbery-turned-killing last year. Samson Goodwill-Severight was shot and killed in his home during a botched robbery in April 2018.

Four people charged with assault after incidents at U of R dorm housing evacuees

The evacuees staying at the University of Regina are under duress and struggling in an unfamiliar environment, said Saskatchewan's fire safety commissioner Duane McKay after several disturbances and three incidents on the campus that led to criminal charges.

Saskatchewan Transportation Company submits final annual report

The final annual report for the shuttered Saskatchewan Transportation Company was tabled Wednesday alongside the annual report for Crown Investments Corporation, the holding company for Saskatchewan's Crowns.

'Someone knows something': 15 years since Courtney Struble disappeared

It's been 15 years since 13-year-old Courtney Struble was last seen walking home in Estevan, Sask. The case is cold, but remains active with Saskatchewan's RCMP Historical Crimes Unit.

Family, Regina police search for Dayton James Peebles, missing since June 27

Ashley Haus said she last heard from her fiancé on June 27, and since then he hasn't contacted their family or gone to work. Regina Police Service has asked the public for help in locating the 29-year-old man.

Man who ambushed, stabbed Regina's Blaine Katz gets 12.5-year sentence for manslaughter

Steven Paul St. Pierre has been sentenced to 12-and-a-half years in prison for manslaughter in the death of Blaine Katz.

'Mother Nature is no joke': Kawacatoose resident reflects on 2010 tornado

Allanis Asapace remembers racing to the basement with her family as a tornado approached Kawacatoose First Nation on July 2, 2010.

'This is home': Sisters aim to provide 'forever home' for teeny equines

The founders of Happy Little Hooves Pony and Donkey Sanctuary say it is a place for neglected or abandoned donkeys, mini horses, mini mules and ponies. They aspire to educate others while providing a 'forever home' for little equines.