Theresa Kliem is a journalist with CBC Saskatoon. She is an immigrant to Canada and loves telling stories about people in Saskatchewan. Email email@example.com.
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Grandmother of missing 5-year-old Frank Young says family is still hopeful as search reaches Day 28
It's now Day 28 of the search for a missing five-year-old boy from Red Earth Cree Nation. Frank Young's grandmother Teresa Whitecap was in tears on Monday while addressing the public.
'A celestial ballet': People can watch a total lunar eclipse over Sask. on Sunday night
If the skies are clear, residents in the province and all across the country will be able to watch a special celestial event: the first total lunar eclipse of the year.
Up to 85 mm of rain hit communities in southeastern Sask.
Heavy amounts of rain were hitting eastern sections of Saskatchewan for the last couple of days, due to a low pressure system which moved northward along the Saskatchewan-Manitoba border.
Service dog 'makes my life kind of back to normal,' says veteran diagnosed with PTSD
University of Saskatchewan student researcher Alexandria Pavelich followed four Canadian veterans over a 16-month period while they were paired with service dogs to help them cope with post-traumatic stress disorder, substance use and suicidal ideation.
Sask. film producers can now apply for up to $5M in grant funding
After boosting its grant program for film and television by $8 million in its last budget, the province announced another change which allows filmmakers to apply for more grant money to produce a movie.
Saskatoon city council to decide on traffic upgrades for proposed grocery store in Midtown Plaza
A real estate company is asking the city to support its goal of developing a full-service grocery store in downtown Saskatoon.
Saskatoon's historic Continental Hotel building demolished due to safety concerns
A historic building in Saskatoon faced its end on Thursday when a contractor rolled in to demolish what was left of the former Continental Hotel.
Bear with me: Sask. bears are waking up to a chilly spring
After resting throughout the whole winter, the two grizzly bears at the Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park & Zoo just recently woke up from their slumber.
Transit Master Plan: Regina plans to replace diesel buses with electric vehicles by 2040
Electric buses are the future on Regina's streets, according to the city's first Transit Master Plan (TMP).
Controlled burn turns into uncontrolled fire southwest of Saskatoon
A controlled burn got out of hand on Tuesday southwest of Saskatoon, destroying a trailer and possibly some vehicles, according to the Saskatoon Fire Department.