Candice Lipski

Candice Lipski is a CBC reporter and associate producer based in Saskatoon. She holds a Master of Journalism degree from UBC. Follow her on Twitter @Candice_Lipski or send her an email at candice.lipski@cbc.ca.

Latest from Candice Lipski

Sask. relaxes isolation requirements for fully-vaccinated people who have close contact with COVID-19

Residents who are fully vaccinated and asymptomatic no longer have to self-isolate after close contact.

Saskatoon Board of Education 'frustrated but determined' after approval of 2021-22 budget

The board says that funding doesn’t compensate for salary increases for other staff, rising student need, or inflationary costs. 

Saskatchewan Roughriders to kick off 2021 season at home on Aug. 6

The Riders' first game will take place at Mosaic Stadium in Regina on Aug. 6 against the B.C. Lions.

Regina cake shop owner says being locked out of social accounts is devastating for business

The owner said that the business's Facebook and Instagram accounts were suspended after several posts were reported.

Regina police renew plea for help locating missing teen

Police say Alandra Young is considered vulnerable because of how young she is, and that there is a concern for her well-being and safety. 

Regina police investigating death of toddler

The Regina Children's Justice Center and the Saskatchewan Coroners Service are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death.

Saskatoon Tribal Council walking to raise awareness of effects of residential schools

Chief Mark Arcand said that he knows it will be a long day, but thinking about the kids who attended residential schools will keep him going.

COVID-19 in Sask.: 1 percentage point away from final step of reopening plan; 65 new cases

Sixty-nine per cent of those aged 18 and up and 67 per cent of those 12 and up have now received their first dose of vaccine. 

Sask. First Nation calls for removal of Catholic priest's statue from cemetery in Lebret

The Star Blanket Cree Nation is calling on Regina's Catholic Archbishop Donald Bolen to remove the statue of a residential school priest at Sacred Heart Catholic cemetery in Lebret, Sask. The call comes in the wake of the preliminary finding of 215 children's remains at an unmarked burial site at a former residential school in Kamloops, B.C.

Swift Current rainbow crosswalk is damaged yearly, Pride group says after latest vandalism

A vehicle left several tire marks on the crosswalk earlier this week. The permanent rainbow crosswalk has been damaged every year, according to Shaun Hanna, a board member of Southwest Saskatchewan Pride.

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