Heather Morrison is a broadcaster and associate producer with CBC. She lives in Saskatoon with her son, Judah. Follow her on twitter @heather_mo.
Latest from Heather Morrison
Warman grandmother discovers passion for endurance sports
Warman's Carol Affleck started going out for regular walks in her late 50s. One day she decided to see if she could break into a jog. Now 64, Affleck has competed in races including a full marathon and multiple triathlons.
2 Saskatoon entrepreneurs recognized at Top 100 Black Women to Watch in Canada award ceremony
Oyindamola Ajibola and Betty Mutwiri received awards at a ceremony in Ontario this month.
Saskatoon's new nostalgia-driven baseball team a home run
When Craig Wilson started a recreational baseball team in Saskatoon, he didn't know if anyone would show up. But just like the character Ray Kinsella in Field of Dreams, Wilson discovered that if you build it, they will come.
Sask. athlete finds success in new sport after crash derails hockey career
Less than than two years later after a snowboarding crash ended his WHL hockey career, Kyrell Sopotyk won a bronze medal in wheelchair racing at the Canada Summer Games
How The Lord of the Rings inspired a Saskatoon man to take a quest of his own
Inspired by his sense of adventure, Saskatoon's Mike Diakuw has walked around the city limits eight times.
'An incredible adventure': Masters athletes from Saskatoon heading to Worlds in Finland
Two masters athletes from Saskatoon are training hard for the World Championship in Tampere, Finland.
Solar flower provides power to Saskatoon high school while inspiring students
A solar-fed microgrid is providing a Saskatoon school with energy and educational opportunities.
MaraFun running program encourages personal growth, positive attitudes
More than 1,000 kids will complete a marathon distance as they train for the MaraFun race as part of the Saskatchewan Marathon, happening this weekend.
Called to Action
A theatre program changed her life. Now she is in charge
The Circle of Voice theatre program connected Jennifer Dawn Bishop to community and culture as a teen. Now she creates the same opportunity for other young people.
How Les Emmerson and the Five Man Electrical Band changed my mother's life
Heather Morrison's grandmother died by suicide when her mom was just 16. She writes about how Les Emmerson and his music helped her find a new family, through his mom Olive, and what his death means to the Morrisons decades later.