Jason Warick


Jason Warick is a reporter with CBC Saskatoon.

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List of students alleging abuse at Sask. Christian school growing rapidly

Earlier this week, a CBC News investigation revealed 18 former students have filed criminal abuse complaints with the Saskatoon police regarding Christian Centre Academy, now known as Legacy Christian Academy. Since that story was published, CBC News has spoken to nearly a dozen more. Most say they will go to police.

Freeze funding for Sask. Christian school facing 'sickening' abuse allegations: Opposition, students

Provincial government funding to a Saskatoon Christian school must be frozen in light of  a series of abuse allegations, the NDP Opposition says. Some former students of Saskatoon's Christian Centre Academy, now called Legacy Christian Academy, are demanding the school be permanently closed.
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Exorcisms, violent discipline and other abuse alleged by former students of private Sask. Christian school

CBC News has learned 18 former students of a private Saskatoon Christian school have filed criminal complaints for alleged abuse.

Family of alleged Sask. care home abuse victim speaking out

Rick Boguski says he's disappointed he could not face the man who allegedly abused his brother.

Indigenous scholar says he was rejected by University of Sask. over lack of documentation

An award-winning Cree-Métis professor who grew up in northern Saskatchewan will not be moving to his home province's university because administrators demanded certain paperwork to prove he's Indigenous.

Trial underway for Sask. Indigenous woman violently arrested after alleged shoplifting

An Indigenous woman thrown to the pavement, handcuffed and pinned for nearly 10 minutes by a Saskatoon grocery store security guard is on trial accused of shoplifting a roast and some cheese.

Family hopes to come to Sask. after fleeing Afghanistan, then Ukraine

A Saskatchewan woman is trying to bring her family to Canada after they were forced to flee two war zones — first from Afghanistan and then Ukraine.

Sask. residential school survivors disappointed Pope Francis not stopping in province

Saskatchewan residential school survivors say they're disappointed Pope Francis won't be stopping in their province this summer.

Number of Indigenous businesses growing rapidly in Sask.

The number of Indigenous businesses in Saskatchewan has grown rapidly since a group was created to support them 10 years ago.

Reaction to Sask. minimum wage hike mixed

Business owners, community groups and others say they have mixed feelings about the announced hikes to Saskatchewan's minimum wage.