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

PhD student issues blueprint to save Saskatoon's swales

A PhD candidate at the University of Saskatchewan is taking a close look at a rare and valuable ecosystem now under threat by a rapidly growing city.

Saskatoon's The Northern Pikes release new record, heading out on tour this month

Today, the band releases a brand new album Forest Of Love, their first full studio record of new songs in 16 years.

'My darkest days are behind me': Regina man spins his way to one year of sobriety

This weekend, Regina's Andrew Shanks will celebrate one year of sobriety. It’s been a long journey, and one that has been aided by riding a stationary bike — a lot.

New ear, nose and throat surgeon on duty in Sask.

Dr. Paul Mick is qualified to do general and more specilaized surgeries like cochlear implants or bone anchored hearing devices.

Fast friends: Saskatoon event aims to find you a pal

Amy Rederburg is the woman behind DoSask.com, a website that offers dating tips and ideas, and also serves as a platform for speed dating events. Now she’s trying something new by hosting an event that leaves romance behind and focuses on friends.

Literary night out to raise money for READ Saskatoon

It promises to be a fascinating literary event as Read Saskatoon brings authors to the stage at the Broadway Theatre to talk about storytelling, a fundraising event that will be hosted by Shelagh Rogers with CBC Radio’s The Next Chapter.

The man who walked everywhere in Saskatoon

Bruce Johnson recently gathered with friends at city hall to celebrate the end of what can only be described as an epic three-and-a-half year challenge, walking every street in Saskatoon.

His father killed his mother. Now he is sharing his story to help others

Treena Wynes is one of the organizers of the Stop Domestic Violence Conference in Saskatoon. Her husband Ken will share his personal story.

B.C. nurse in Saskatoon to help others identify victims of human trafficking

An emergency care nurse from British Columbia is in Saskatoon talking about the symptoms of human trafficking and how everyone can do a better job identifying the victims.

Long lost NHL game film featuring Indigenous pioneer Fred Sasakamoose screening in Saskatoon

Thursday, at Saskatoon's Roxy Theatre, Sasakamoose and the Blackhawks will take on the Toronto Maple Leafs in a replay of a game originally contested in 1954. It's the only known NHL appearance of Fred Sasakamoose captured on film.

U of S students' plan to bring 'snack belt' to riverbank bears fruit

Seven classmates at the University of Saskatchewan have a new vision to plant fruit bearing trees and shrubs in Saskatoon along the South Saskatchewan River as part of what they are calling the Snackbelt for Sustainability.

Embracing a fish tale: U of Sask. scholars looking for luck on exams visit spotted gar

For a half-dozen years now, geology students at the University of Saskatchewan have been known to visit a special fish in the nervous hours leading up to a final exam. They do it for good luck.

Rude awakening for pair of suspected drug dealers in Saskatoon

Saskatoon police say they found two alleged drug dealers sleeping in a pickup truck with drugs clearly visible.

Saskatoon girl, 15, reports fending off would-be abductor with a skateboard

Police in Saskatoon say a 15-year-old girl reportedly used her skateboard to fight off a man who hit her and tried to force her into a white pick-up truck.

A league of their own: New tackle football league for Grade 7 and 8 girls hits Saskatoon

A new girls-only tackle football league in Saskatoon is looking for players as it gets ready to kick off its inaugural season next month.