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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High number of reported sexual assaults in Regina may be related to more public awareness, advocate says

The Regina Police Service released its year-end crime statistics for 2020 this week, listing 186 reported sexual assaults — a number higher than the 10-year average of 149.

Sharing tales during month-long storytelling celebration helps keep Dene language alive in Sask.

Living in a remote northern community doesn't stop Noel McIntyre from helping to keep the Dene language alive in Saskatchewan. He and others have shared stories virtually in February through an Aboriginal Storytelling Month project organized by the Saskatchewan Indigenous Cultural Centre.

Saskatoon firefighters find faulty systems at condo building, spend hours overseeing repairs

The Saskatoon Fire Department spent more than five hours at a condo building Friday night to oversee the repair of fire and life-safety systems. 

Saskatoon Indian and Métis Friendship Centre provides safe place for homeless youth

It was a freezing cold Saskatchewan winter day with temperatures of –30 C and below when the Saskatoon Indian and Métis Friendship Centre opened the doors of the new Wicitizon Daytime Youth Shelter on Tuesday.

Sask. mitten maker sees a lot of interest due to Bernie Sanders meme

A photo of Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders from Wednesday's U.S. presidential inauguration has been not just a huge internet hit, but also a form of advertisement for a Saskatchewan businesswoman.

West Wind Aviation, Transwest Air consolidating northern Sask. operations, rebranding as Rise Air

The consolidation of West Wind Aviation and Transwest Air as Rise Air is "going to allow us to survive" following the strain of the COVID-19 pandemic, says the CEO of the West Wind Group of Companies.

CO-alarms not required in old Sask. buildings; Saskatoon looks into bylaw change

Carbon monoxide can be a silent killer. Despite the dangers of the odourless and tasteless gas, not all buildings in the province have carbon monoxide detectors.

Saskatoon window splash specialist celebrates 50 years in business

Wally Sisetski has been decorating the windows of Saskatoon businesses since 1970. He calls himself a window splash specialist.

Care home in Saskatoon records 40 COVID-19 cases

Saskatoon’s Luther Special Care Home continues to fight the largest long-term care home outbreak in the province. 

Realized net income down in Sask. last year, but farmers, ag expert optimistic about 2020

In the fall of 2019 Bernie McClean had to dry every single bushel of canola on his farm in the northwest part of the province; something he never had to do before.