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.

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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.

Take a time out from time outs, says Saskatoon parenting expert

When dealing with defiant children or teenagers, one Saskatoon parenting expert says finding a positive approach might work better than time outs or restricting privileges.  

Saskatoon's Eric Gryba hanging up his skates after 7 seasons in the NHL

After years of playing with the Ottawa Senators, the Edmonton Oilers and the New Jersey Devils,'my body wasn't performing to the expectation that I that I had,' says the 31-year-old defenceman, who has announced his NHL retirement.
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Got mushrooms? Leave them be, says Saskatoon expert

There’s been a bit of a perfect storm for mushrooms in Saskatoon. The spring was dry, but there’s been a lot more moisture as we move into fall, and mushrooms of all shapes and sizes are popping up everywhere.

Local artist Audra Balion to be featured at Sask. Entertainment Expo

A local artist is one of the featured guests at this weekend's Saskatchewan Entertainment Expo in Saskatoon, a celebration of comics, sci-fi and anime.

Warman, Sask., teen now one of Canada's youngest pilots

Sara Striker, 14, completed her first solo flight and landing in August and is now one of Canada's youngest pilots.

Arts reporter Cam Fuller to be honoured posthumously

A special lifetime achievement award will be posthumously given to Cam Fuller, a long-time arts journalist, at the Saskatoon and Area Theatre Awards.

Prof offers ABCs of mindfulness as Sask. students return to the classroom

Adam Stacey, an assistant professor of psychology at the University of Saskatchewan, thinks that children should return to class with skills in mindfulness.

Overdose prevention kits on the menu at Saskatoon BBQ

AIDS Saskatoon and Moms Stop The Harm will be teaching people how to use naloxone kits, and will the send them home with the lifesaving drug, in the hope of preventing overdoses.

Boreal warning: Climate change could make Canada's forest a carbon emitter

If the number of severe forest fires continues to increase as a result of climate change, then the boreal forest’s ability to store carbon is in jeopardy, according to an international team of researchers.

Local foodie says familiarity stokes Saskatonian's fervor for chain restaurants

One Saskatoon foodie says people in the city embrace the big restaurant chains, because they know what to expect, and because the chains generally offer good service and value to customers.

CEBL set to host first national championship in Saskatoon

The Canadian Elite Basketball League will crown its first ever championship team this weekend, and the hometown Saskatchewan Rattlers are in the running.

New minister for seniors in Sask. sees much work ahead

Melville-Saltcoats MLA Warren Kaeding was named as the province's Minister Responsible for Seniors in the latest cabinet shuffle.