Jason Warick


Jason Warick is a reporter with CBC Saskatoon.

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$50,000 reward offered to help find suspect in Sask. homicide

A $50,000 reward is being offered to help locate and arrest a suspect in a Saskatoon homicide.

Montreal artist puts on unique show inside Sask. water tower

Humboldt, Sask., residents were recently treated to a concert inside an unusual venue — their decommissioned water tower.

Prairie First Nations prepare to launch legal battle over natural resources

Prairie First Nations leaders say they're launching a lawsuit over natural resource rights. More than 20 chiefs attended the announcement Tuesday in Saskatoon.

Federal government settles hundreds of millions worth of claims with Sask. First Nations

The settlements, known as "specific claims," are designed to correct historic injustices.

Patients, doctor raise alarm over anesthesiologist shortage in Sask. hospital

Pregnant women in southwest Saskatchewan say they aren't sure where to deliver their babies. That's because the hospital in Swift Current is down to just one anesthesiologist who may not be working when they go into labour.

Sask. leader first to join election race for Assembly of First Nations chief

Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations vice-chief David Pratt made his campaign announcement on Wednesday morning.

Sask. city drops 'handicapped' term from parking signs, councillor hopes other communities will do the same

A Saskatchewan city councillor says a small change to their parking signs is making a big impact.

Sask. politicians wrong to oppose carbon targets, says environmental advocate

Saskatchewan politicians are calling federal emissions targets unrealistic, but one environmental expert says they're wrong.

FSIN, father call for arrest after Indigenous woman allegedly threatened at gunpoint

A father is angry no one has been arrested after a man allegedly threatened his daughter and pointed a gun in her face.

First Nations have new weapon in traditional land disputes with Sask. government — maps

First Nations say the provincial government kept them in the dark as it was privatizing land within their traditional territories. But they have new weapons in this fight — maps.