Joelle Seal

Joelle Seal is an Associate Producer in Current Affairs for CBC Saskatchewan. Get in touch with her by emailing joelle.seal@cbc.ca or on Twitter @joelleseal.

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Regina high school students collaborate with Indigenous-owned cosmetics firm for class

Students at Campus Regina Public high school get some real-life experience at what it takes to produce a professional fashion/cosmetics photo shoot for a social media marketing campaign.

Fear of 'high conflict' label in court keeps her trapped with abusive ex

Seven years after she left her abusive husband, a Saskatchewan woman says she still feels trapped by the relationship and the family court system she is navigating while trying to divorce him.

Ontario parents advocating for 'Keira's Law' say it could have prevented alleged Sask. abduction case

Jennifer Kagan and Philip Viater say a bill they are advocating for to be put into law could have prevented seven-year-old Sarah Jackson from being taken in November.

'Toxic masculinity running rampant,' Regina pub says in Facebook post calling out behaviour

Staff at Lancaster Taphouse in Regina are saying "enough is enough" when it comes to dealing with toxic masculinity from customers. 

Rural Sask. school embraces outdoor education with open-air classroom

The Eaton School in Eatonia, Sask., is taking learning into the elements by building an outdoor classroom.

Army of Sass Regina aims to empower dancers on and off the stage

After moving back to the province during the pandemic, Quill Lake, Sask.'s Courtney Odelein decided to bring Army of Sass Performing and Training Group to Regina to prove that dance is for everyone. 

Goggle-wearing canine hero spreads smiles around Regina during pandemic

Dennis Flamont started a part-time job as a courier driver after the pandemic, and his dog Putz comes with him all the time on his treks around the city.

Northerners denied services in southern Sask. speaks to 'systemic racism', says Beauval resident

As she heard of case after case of her fellow northerners being turned away from everything from hotels to medical appointments, Catherine Currie felt heartbroken, frustrated and wanted to take action.

Regina coffee house makes lunches and raises money for Carmichael Outreach

Brewed Awakening is asking customers for donations of $10 toward a bagged lunch for Carmichael Outreach as part of its Lean on Me Lunch Program. The coffee house has started to provide 200 prepared lunches for the non-profit every Wednesday. 

Regina Humane Society plans to replace shelter with modern community centre in Harbour Landing

The Regina Humane Society is currently located on the northern outskirts of the city in a 50-year-old building built by volunteers with donated materials.

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