Emily Klatt is a reporter and associate producer with CBC Saskatoon.
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Small town, big bonspiel: Whitewood prepares to host Sasktel Tankard
The town of Whitewood will be the smallest community to ever host the Saskatchewan men's provincial curling championship, the Sasktel Tankard.
'They really really loved it': Biggar's first food cart rolls into town
Flora Dalisay is the owner and operator of Home Style Spring Rolls, the first food cart in the small town of Biggar, Sask.
'All one family': Songwriter uses music to bridge Indigenous, non-Indigenous communities
Award-winning singer-songwriter Sandra Sutter uses music to bridge the gap between her Indigenous and non-Indigenous identities.
'We do crazy stuff and we're always taking chances': B.C. couple new owners of Kinistino mansion
What started with a joke and ended with a $550,000 purchase has proven to be a wild ride for Tracy LeBeau of Kamloops, B.C.
One special bottle: $40K whiskey showcased in Regina
The most expensive whiskey to ever be available for purchase in Saskatchewan—worth $40,000—will be on display at International Whiskey Night in Regina.
'A boost from the bottom up': NDP wants $15 minimum wage
The Sask. NDP has recommitted to the introduction of a $15 minimum wage in Saskatchewan, after a 10 cent increase still leaves Saskatchewan's minimum wage the second lowest in Canada.
Donations grow for SJHL assistance program
The Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League Assistance Program will continue to provide much needed mental health support to Saskatchewan’s hockey community after receiving $1.4 million in donations since its creation.
Hells Angels gather for Saskatoon chapter's 20th anniversary
Members of the Hells Angels are gathering in Saskatoon this weekend to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the club's Saskatoon chapter.
It's the first snowfall, Saskatoon! Flurries predicted for weekend forecast
Predicted snowfall has forced the cancellation of an annual pumpkin festival near Saskatoon.
'Revenge porn' legislation takes effect in Sask.
Legislation taking effect in Saskatchewan offers new legal options for people whose intimate images have been shared without their consent.