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 a story idea at candice.lipski@cbc.ca.

Latest from Candice Lipski

'Psychic' TikToker's dream creates massive demand for 22-year-old book of poetry

Conspiracy theories about why the book was so hard to find fuelled the demand for the 22-year-old book.
Called to Action

Sask. people keeping Indigenous language alive through music, technology and education

Over the coming months, Called to Action: Stories of Reconciliation will explore themes ranging from language to sports, putting the spotlight on local efforts and the people leading them.

Pandemic underscores Regina Public Library's community connections, services

Regina Public Library's central branch has become an especially essential hub for downtown residents during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, offering services ranging from printing documents to helping people arrange to get vaccines.

Métis-led initiative aims to protect traditional trapping area in northern Sask.

Nature Canada is working with a Sakitawak conservation team to ensure that the traditional trapping area becomes an Indigenous Protected and Conserved Area — all under Métis management. 

Saskatchewan Indigenous Yoga Association stretches across cultural boundaries

The goal of the 200-hour certification program is to train Indigenous yoga instructors, who can then bring the practice back into their own communities. 

COVID-19 in Sask.: 354 new cases, 15 new hospitalizations, 3 deaths

Of the 321 patients in hospital, 74.5 per cent were not fully vaccinated.

Ralph Nader to give virtual seminar in conjunction with University of Regina Students' Union

In an interview with Shauna Powers for CBC’s Saskatchewan Weekend, Nader said that the history of justice in the world often started with just one person. 

Sask. Health Authority to require proof of COVID-19 vaccination for health-care workers

Over the next two weeks, staff, physicians and other contract workers will be asked to provide a declaration of their vaccination status, their intention to either be immunized or seek accommodation, or to take part in a monitored testing program, the health authority says.

Sask. cancer patient 'thrilled' by new date for surgery previously cancelled amid Alberta's COVID-19 surge

Sharon Durham was already on her way to Edmonton for cancer surgery earlier this week, when she found out the operation was being cancelled due to the COVID-19 situation in Alberta. But she got good news on Friday, when she learned the procedure had been rescheduled.

Sask. Party MLA resigns from caucus after misrepresenting her vaccination status

Premier Scott Moe accepted Nadine Wilson’s resignation from the government caucus Thursday.

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