Danny Kerslake

Danny Kerslake is an award-winning journalist who has worked in radio stations across Western Canada. In his career with CBC Saskatchewan, Danny has reported from every corner of the province and has lived and worked in Saskatoon, Regina and Prince Albert. Danny is a newsreader and digital AP for CBC Saskatoon.

Latest from Danny Kerslake

One family's race to witness the birth of their baby boy during the pandemic

Robyn Renyard and her husband faced challenges on their journey to be in Saskatchewan as a surrogate gave birth to their new baby boy.

Sask. expat in U.K. taking part in human trial of COVID-19 vaccine

Tiffany Cassidy is on the front lines against the pandemic after volunteering to take part in a human trial of a promising COVID-19 vaccine developed by scientists in Oxford.

Don't blame bats for COVID-19, says University of Saskatchewan researcher

A U of S researcher says there is no evidence that COVID-19 jumped to humans from bats.

Saskatoon fashion designer loses irreplaceable collection to opportunistic thief

Saskatoon fashion designer Stephanie Gamble says key parts of her collection were stolen from her unlocked Jeep last week.

Saskatoon woman wants bylaw to protect walkers from extension cords across sidewalks

Marcia Provensano is asking city hall to require people to mark their extension cords as a warning to pedestrians who might be walking past.

Chemist researching impacts of poor indoor air quality

Normally, when the topic of air quality come up, people think about the outdoors, but a researcher at the University of Saskatchewan is looking inside, exploring the impact of the air indoors.

Get ready for the Quadrantids: meteor shower to cap off astronomical week for stargazers in Sask.

The Quadrantids meteor shower is expected to be visible in the northeast sky around starting around 1 a.m. CST Saturday.

'I'm not that optimistic': Wilderness society warns Sask. may not reach 2020 goal to protect land

The Saskatchewan government and the federal Liberal government have set goals to set aside and protect a percentage of land and water by 2020. Both may fail to reach those goals, according to the latest data.

U of S professor signs climate emergency declaration, motivated by daughters 'afraid for their future'

Irena Creed is one of the scientists from around the world who recently banded together to declare a climate emergency.

Sask. government wrong to say carbon tax is ineffective, says policy group

On Wednesday, the Ecofiscal Commission tabled a report that suggested carbon pricing may be Canada’s best bet in meeting its promise under the Paris climate agreement to reduce harmful greenhouse gas emissions.

Study finds half of riders in Saskatoon unaware of coming Bus Rapid Transit

A group called INTERACT is gathering data from people using online surveys, a mobile smartphone app and wearable devices. It found that more than half of riders didn't know bus rapid transit is on the way.

Saskatchewan will not meet 2020 GHG emissions target set in 2009

The Government of Saskatchewan is quietly walking away from a decade-old promise to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 20 per cent, saying newly-promised cuts found in its Prairie Resilience climate change strategy supercede any prior emissions targets or goals.

Saskatoon police charge man, 21, and boy, 13, after motel raid turns up gun, drugs

The Saskatoon Police Guns and Gangs Unit reported that a 13-year-old boy is one of the suspects rounded up in a weekend raid at a west-side motel that netted drugs, cash and what police say was a loaded .22 calibre semi-automatic rifle.

A Saskatchewan writer's family story is now a film by an Oscar-nominated director

Saskatchewan writer Dale Eisler's book Anton: A Young Boy, His Friend and the Russian Revolution is now a movie set to premiere in Chicago.

Virtual reality technology lets U of S engineering students try and fail

Engineering students at the University of Saskatchewan are using virtual reality technology to test their bridge-building skills.

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