Madeline Kotzer


Madeline Kotzer is an award-winning Saskatchewan journalist and Social Media News Editor/Presenter for CBC Saskatchewan and CBC Saskatoon.

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'Pom poms for the world': Regina artist spreads joy, one fuzzy creation at a time

Lorena Leal’s pom pom making pop-up punctuates a month of free art workshops by Eden Care Communities.
Future 40

Miguel Catellier credits bright ideas, books with businesses' sustainable success

At age 29, Miguel Catellier is CEO of two Saskatchewan companies. The 2018’s Future 40 winner’s biggest challenge? Managing the demand (and getting enough sleep).
Special Report

Who were the people whose 48 homicides informed Sask.'s 1st domestic violence death review?

From 2005-2014, 48 Saskatchewan people were killed in domestic violence situations. Their cases have informed the province’s first domestic violence death review. In part one of this three-part series, we look at what we know about the victims.
Future 40

'The image of you': Zachari Logan finds international success with imaginative, self-reflective art

Sask. multi-media artist Zachari Logan has found success on the art world’s international stage with work that weaves the human form with nature.
Future 40

'Taking the music to the people': Gordon Gerrard brings Regina symphony outside auditorium walls

Gordon Gerrard, Music Director of the Regina Symphony Orchestra and 2017 CBC Future 40 finalist, is taking classical music beyond the auditorium’s walls.
Future 40

'Passionate about Parkinson's': Travis Low founds charity, raises $550K

Travis Low's charity Lows in Motion, founded after his father was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, has raised more than half a million dollars for Parkinson Canada.
Future 40

'You can overcome barriers': Sheryl Okemaysim Bugler reflects on a decade of running Indigenous youth soccer

For Sheryl Okemaysim Bugler, playing soccer as kid on the Beardy’s & Okemasis First Nation made all the difference. So the 2016 Future 40 finalist decided to pay it forward to the next generation.
Future 40

'You pour a lot of your soul into it': Sask. entrepreneur Nadia Williamson expands bridal boutique to L.A.

From working on movies to designing clothes to selling bridal gowns in L.A., 2015 Future 40 winner Nadia Williamson chased her passion down unexpected paths.
Future 40

'Recognizing the power we have': Lindsay Knight talks all-female hip hop project, PhD and motherhood

Since winning Future 40 in 2016, Lindsay Knight has been busy with new music, motherhood and exploring her Nehiyaw culture through academia.

'My baba would love this': Regina's Ukrainian Co-op gets floral facelift from graffiti artist

A bright, whimsical flowerscape has replaced the once-beige walls of Regina’s Ukrainian Co-op. The graffiti artist behind the work hopes it beautifies the neighbourhood while discouraging tagging.

'It just takes 1 person to believe in you': Moose Jaw barber connects with homeless

Jason Gauthier has known life on the street and in prison. Now he's back on his feet, cutting hair and turning around other people's lives one by one.

Walk Off The Earth joins CBC for some live music and a chat

Juno-winning band joins CBC Sask. ahead of headlining show at Regina Folk Fest

'Dancing has never died': Music lovers hope to save Danceland

Danceland is a Saskatchewan icon perched next to the Dead Sea of Canada. But, as salty waters rise, so do costs. Will it be around for another 90 years? A new generation of music lovers hopes so.

'Hope is on the way': Lwamba brothers return to Sask. with message for refugees

The Lwamba brothers of music group Krystaal have come back to say thank you to the people who gave them a new life.

'It's very bold': 11-year-old designer launches 1st collection at Sask. Fashion Week

Raina Haus, 11, launches first, full collection at Saskatchewan Fashion Week.