Theresa Kliem


Theresa Kliem is a journalist with CBC Saskatoon. She is an immigrant to Canada and loves telling stories about people in Saskatchewan. Email

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Farmer frustrated about missing climate action in Sask. budget

A Saskatoon climate activist and farmer says he is frustrated with the lack of money earmarked in the most recent Saskatchewan budget to address climate change.

Elite Canada brings gymnasts vying for national team status to Sask.

Making the national team is a dream for many athletes, including some young Canadian gymnasts who were competing at the Saskatoon Field House this past weekend.

'We're proving them wrong day after day': Sask. women among growing number of female soccer refs

When Shukwia Tajik isn't working for the City of Saskatoon as a project engineer, she puts on her black referee shoes, grabs her orange-and-yellow flags flags and heads onto the soccer field.

Saskatoon mom of 9-year-old fatally hit by truck in 2021 has to wait another 10 months for trial

Rochelle Dubois broke down in tears outside a provincial courtroom in Saskatoon on Tuesday morning, more than a year after her nine-year-old daughter Baeleigh Maurice was hit and killed by a truck on 33rd Street in the city.

Sask. doctor says this fall's flu season 'unprecedented'

Kate Smith says spending time at the Jim Pattison Children's Hospital with her four-year-old son was like swimming in a sea of sick children.

COVID levels are up 150% in Saskatoon, wastewater study reveals

COVID-19 viral loads in wastewater are up in Saskatoon, but down in North Battleford and Prince Albert, the most recent data from the University of Saskatchewan shows.

Sask. student wins Rhodes Scholarship, will head to Oxford next fall

Cassidy Serhienko from Saskatchewan won the international Rhodes Scholarship to pursue her master's in English Literature, with a focus on contemporary feminist writing, at the University of Oxford in England.

'More than disappointing': Air Canada to stop direct flights to Calgary from Regina, Saskatoon

CBC News has confirmed that Air Canada will be cancelling direct flights from the Saskatoon and Regina airports to Calgary in mid-January. In an open letter to Air Canada, Economic Development Regina is expressing concern and disappointment about the airline's move.

First Nations demand withdrawal of proposed Alberta Sovereignty, Saskatchewan First acts

Chiefs connected with the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations, Treaty 6 and Treaty 7 say the acts infringe on treaty rights and that making amendments to them wouldn’t be enough.

Regina's overnight warming bus shuts its doors, other warming place now open at night

People in Regina in need of a safe place to warm up overnight have one fewer option, as the city's temporary warming bus shut down its service on Monday morning, less than a month after it started operating.