Sharon Gerein is the producer for CBC Radio One's The Afternoon Edition in Saskatchewan.
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Saskatchewan is a muse for Calgary-based photographer
George Webber has been travelling to Saskatchewan during the summer to capture its beauty for more than 30 years, this year being the one exception.
Regina author's posthumous book on early Indigenous life was 30-plus years in the making
A new book that looks at the traditional knowledge of Indigenous people on the prairies is being hailed as an important scholarly work, but it also has a fascinating back story.
Authors explore decades-old mystery of disappearance of 2 northern Sask. leaders
Two authors from the Lac La Ronge Indian Band and a researcher based in Montreal explore the 1967 disappearance of Métis activist James Brady and band councillor Absolom Halkett in a new book published by the University of Regina Press.
'Their families should know': 1930s yard sale find in B.C. has woman searching for Saskatchewan connections
Wendy Morton was at a friend's yard sale in Barriere, B.C., a couple of summers ago when she spied 24 quilt blocks and bought them.
Keep it in the sky: Sask. grandson writes song to honour his grandfather's military service
Regina singer-songwriter James Gates has created a Remembrance Day song and music video about one of his grandfather's harrowing experiences as a bomber pilot in the Second World War.
Mother channels pain of son's suicide into book to help others
It was a long process for Joy Pavelich to figure out how to live again, and how to make it a meaningful life.
ADHD in adults is harder to spot and more complex, advocate says
Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is often associated with children, particularly boys, but that's only half the story.
Sask. man becomes BBQ king of Bulgaria
When an opportunity to live in southeastern Europe, Christopher Shannon leapt at the chance. He didn't speak Bulgarian, or have a job, but in a decade he's managed to become somewhat famous in the Balkan nation for selling high end barbecues, smokers and grills.
Sask. doctor keeps COVID-19 Wikipedia info accurate with encyclopedic dedication
When Dr. James Heilman is not editing Wikipedia, he is also the head of the emergency department at the East Kootenay Regional Hospital in Cranbrook, B.C.
Grad student seeking truck drivers to participate in research project about trauma on the job
A Regina woman is embarking on a research project all about the people who drive big rigs and she's hoping to find long haul truckers willing to share their experiences with trauma.
Amy Nelson, meet Amy Nelson: 2 prairie musicians get face-to-face after endless name confusion
People on the prairies have been confusing two musicians that share the name Amy Nelson.
Sask. musician teaches violin to schoolchildren in remote Nunavut communities
Kim de Laforest is bringing the joy of music to some of Canada's most remote communities.
Saskatchewan cow gives birth to live quadruplets
An Alberta calf may have set a weight record, but Dot, a Charolais-Red Angus cross, wasn't going to be outdone. She gave birth to live quadruplets on Tuesday.
Saskatchewan soldier became tragic part of history 2 minutes before First World War ended
The last Canadian soldier to die in battle in the First World War was a 25-year-old man who had been living in Moose Jaw, Sask. George Lawrence Price was fatally shot by a German sniper at 10:58 a.m. on Nov. 11, 1918, two minutes before the armistice was official.
Governor General to award medal to longtime archeologist, archivist and construction historian
Frank Korvemaker is one of nearly 40 Canadians being presented an honour by Her Excellency, the Right Honourable Julie Payette in a ceremony at the RCMP depot Regina on Saturday.