Kelly Provost

Kelly Provost is a newsreader and reporter with CBC News in Saskatoon. Email him at

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Conservative MP says Sask. government has 'dropped the ball' on single-event sports betting

The Saskatchewan MP whose private member's bill opened the door for legalized single-event sports betting across Canada is disappointed in the response from his own province's government.

Survey suggests 27% of Sask. residents changed their political views during pandemic

More than a quarter of Saskatchewan residents who took part in a new survey said they changed their political views during the pandemic.

Sask. collector whose Gretzky memorabilia was stolen 'overwhelmed' by hockey community's response

A Wayne Gretzky memorabilia collector in Saskatchewan says the support he's received since revealing his large collection was stolen has been "unbelievable."

Months after fire at Sask. seniors housing complex, displaced residents still waiting for word on rebuild

Residents of a seniors housing complex in Carievale, Sask., that burned in January say they have been having difficulty getting answers about when it will be rebuilt.

Towns, cities in path of spring storm prepare for 'historic' blizzard

A spring storm is blowing into the southeast corner of Saskatchewan with an intensity rarely seen around this time of year in the past century. Authorities are warning residents to hunker down and prepare.
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Demand for Indigenous potash workers leads to tailor-made training program at Cowessess

A new potash training program at the Cowessess First Nation in Saskatchewan is designed to make students job-ready through automation skills training.
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Prairie Run Crew answering TRC call to reduce barriers to sports participation

The Saskatoon-based Prairie Run Crew Outreach Program says it brings a message of hope and restoration through living an active lifestyle as it conducts running clinics for youth.

Fee hikes for Sask. hunting, trapping and fishing licences a 'kick in the teeth': industry rep

The president of the Saskatchewan Trappers Association wonders why the Saskatchewan government has decided now is the right time to hike fees for hunting, trapping and fishing licences.

Premier credits pandemic policy for Sask. Party's byelection upset

Premier Scott Moe believes pandemic policy played a role in his party's unprecedented bylection win in the northern Saskatchewan riding of Athabasca on Tuesday, while NDP Leader Ryan Meili chose not to address possible reasons in a statement he released on Wednesday.

Voters in northwestern Sask. heading to polls Tuesday for provincial byelection

Voters in the Athabasca constituency in northwestern Sask. will decide who will become their next MLA in a Tuesday byelection.