Morgan Modjeski


Covering everything and anything for CBC Saskatoon, Morgan is a journalist interested in municipal and provincial affairs, Canadian crime and Canadian politics. Familiar with a variety of beats, Morgan has worked as a staff reporter for the Saskatoon StarPhoenix, Metro Calgary, Metro Saskatoon and the Fort McMurray Today and now works for CBC in Saskatoon.

Latest from Morgan Modjeski

Sask. horse-racing industry devastated after 2021 racing season at Marquis Downs cancelled

Nicole Hein is spearheading a grassroots effort to raise awareness of the short- and long-term effects the cancellation will have on the horse-racing industry in Saskatchewan.

Sister says Kimberly Squirrel not dressed for Sask. winter after release from provincial jail

CBC News reached out to the Ministry of Corrections, Policing and Public Safety with an interview request for Minister Christine Tell about the family’s concerns, including whether or not Kimberly was supplied with any winter clothes upon her release and where Kimberly was dropped off specifically, but a response was not received by deadline.

Sabrina Clark, mother of 2, identified as Saskatoon's 2nd homicide victim of 2021

Her mother, Kristen Clark, says the loss has been heartbreaking for everyone who knew the young mother, who she says was stabbed to death.

Saskatoon police to put new unarmed alternative response officers on the streets

Spec. Insp. Darren Pringle said the service is recruiting for the program and noted there are people eager to be involved.

Sask. woman found frozen was released from correctional centre 3 days earlier

Kimberly Squirrel, a 34-year-old mother of six whose frozen body was found three days after being released from a correctional centre near Prince Albert, Sask., could have been alive today if her family had been told she was being released from prison in January, says her sister, Kara Squirrel.

'It just doesn't add up': Family has concerns about police search for missing man

It was New Year’s Day 2021 and Karen Weiers was wondering why her son, Jazmin Robert Kyle Weiers — who everyone knew as Jay — hadn't been in touch.

COVID-19 restrictions could offer chance for deeper romance this Valentine's Day

Amy Rederburg is the founder of, a social events site which, before the pandemic hit, hosted speed dating events for those trying to find a connection. Now, with people advised not to mingle outside of their households, she says it’s a different world for those rolling solo.

Lawsuit accuses Saskatoon police officer of sexual assault, abuse of power

A lawsuit filed against a Saskatoon police officer claims he sexually assaulted and abused his power over a victim of crime in February of 2009. 

Mother worries for daughter as hunger strike continues at Pine Grove Correctional Centre

Dina Kayseas's daughter, Sharise Sutherland-Kayseas, has been on a two-week-long hunger strike, protesting conditions at the Saskatchewan provincial facility. "They're asking for support — physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually," she says

Vaccination important protection for front-line officers: police association president

Despite the fact they're dealing with the public and facing volatile situations involving the virus, front-line police officers are nowhere near the front of the line when it comes to priority for the COVID-19 vaccine.