Tory Gillis

Journalist

Tory Gillis is a journalist with CBC Saskatchewan. She's a reporter, radio newsreader/editor and associate producer with the Morning Edition.

Latest from Tory Gillis

Sask. family honours 3 sons killed in farming accidents with agriculture bursary

The Arnal family lost three of their sons in fatal accidents on the farm, and now honour their memory by awarding bursaries to aspiring farmers between the ages of eight and 18.

Regina students read stories of inclusivity to peers to prepare for Pride

Students at the Gender and Sexuality Alliance at Seven Stones Community School in Regina are celebrating Pride by reading books about diversity and inclusion to their classmates.

Regina man's nostalgic furniture scores big points with Nintendo fans

Jeremy Rieger serves up nostalgia via Nintendo. He makes coffee tables that look just like classic Nintendo Entertainment Systems.

Romantic connection made at Regina retirement residence

Irene Smyth, 81, and Neil Balkwill, 94, have struck up a romance later in life.

Regina students spread anti-racism message with poetry

A group of students in Regina are performing their poetry for an anti-racism message on Tuesday at Sheldon-Williams Collegiate.

Buffy Sainte-Marie, Tegan and Sara, Lights: Regina Folk Festival releases 2017 lineup

Get ready to make summer plans and populate your playlist: the lineup for Regina Folk Festival 2017 is here.

Young Gull Lake goalie collecting dollars for saves on behalf of friend with autism

Gull Lake, Sask., goaltender Berney Weston is raising money Monday night for an autism charity with every save he makes in his Atom hockey playoff game.

Success stories abundant, money is not for Housing First in Regina

A program providing housing to homeless people in Regina is having an impact, but its supporters would like all three levels of government to chip in.

Theatre program builds bridges between Indigenous and newcomer kids in Regina

A group of Indigenous and newcomer students in Regina are building bridges between cultures with their upcoming theatre performance.
Q&A

'I'd never do it again': Goforth trial juror pleads for more support

Hannah Dillon says she struggled serving on the jury for the Goforth trial, and she hasn't found much help since.

Regina Métis artist to create 400 paintings for Edmonton bridge

Regina Métis artist and university professor David Garneau is already starting to create 400 Indigenous-themed paintings to be installed in a walkway under Edmonton's Tawatinâ LRT bridge.

Insider trading: Kerry Joseph on what it's like to be traded in the CFL

Few people know what it's like to be in Darian Durant's shoes, but Kerry Joseph is pretty familiar with the feeling.

Pitch perfect: Sask. entrepreneur spreads business pitch skills

Heather Abbey slept on a friend's floor, searched 'business pitch' online, then made her first pitch at a CBC Indigenous business competition the next day. Now she has placed or won at 11 more competitions, and business is booming at ShopIndig.ca.

'There's going to be an impact': Province suspends community rink grant program

Communities say the suspension of the province's Community Rink Affordability Grant adds yet another challenge for struggling arenas to make ends meet.

Family overwhelmed by help after fire destroys home

Layne Kapeluck says his family has been overwhelmed with kindness after their house between Wadena and Quill Lake, Sask., burned down Monday morning.