Jason Warick is a reporter with CBC Saskatoon.
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'I just want to hug her': Sask family works to reunite with aunt taken to Europe in 60s Scoop
They were separated half a century ago by the 60s Scoop, but a Saskatchewan family is working on a reunion with their long lost aunt.
'This can only improve safety for all of us': Semi-driving simulator now available in Sask.
Training for semi-truck drivers is now mandatory in Saskatchewan, but one company owner is taking things a step further.
Family hopes Sask. government will help in drinking water dispute
Darren Cook is asking the government to help him in a water dispute with a private company.
Saskatoon Ex officials remove Confederate flags from vendor's booth
Saskatoon Ex officials are apologizing after discovering one of their vendors selling Confederate flags.
'Act before it's too late': Sask. at high risk of water shortages, says global study
It may seem Saskatchewan has an unlimited water supply, but the author of a new global study says that's not true.
Sask. woman injured when Sea-Doo explodes, fire officials say
A woman was injured this weekend at Emma Lake, Sask., after her Sea-Doo exploded, according to the local fire department.
Carbon tax challenge will cost 'hundreds of thousands' of dollars, says Sask. justice minister
Politicians fighting the federal carbon tax say action is needed on climate change, but any remedies should be left to the provinces.
University of Saskatchewan wasted chance to take athletic programs to new level, says former trustee
Another former member of the University of Saskatchewan’s athletic board is speaking out, saying the U of S has wasted a chance to "get at the untapped potential of Huskie Athletics."
U of S athletic board members resign in frustration
A veritable all-star team of University of Saskatchewan alumni has resigned in frustration from the board of Huskie Athletics.
Cleanup continues after 2 tornadoes hit Saskatchewan campground
Workers in a northern Saskatchewan campground are spending Canada Day removing trees, flattened trailers and debris after two tornadoes touched down there over the weekend
Controversial Sask. road project shelved, municipality pledges to work with First Nations
A controversial Saskatchewan road project where ancient artifacts were discovered has been halted for 2019, says the reeve of the local rural municipality.
Wizards, spies and Rubik's Cubes: Summer camp options abound in Sask.
Summer camp used to mean jumping in a lake, learning how to tie slipknots and songs around the campfire. With school ending this week, those kinds of activities remain popular. But kids now have dozens of other options.
Sask. government MLA accused of assaulting 87-year-old woman and her son
An 87-year-old woman and her son say they were assaulted by a veteran Saskatchewan MLA.
Economic development key to reconciliation, say First Nations leaders
Economic development for Indigenous people is a key part of reconciliation, First Nations chiefs told an audience of business and government leaders Monday in Saskatoon.
Saskatchewan's artifact laws 'perpetuate colonization': Indigenous archeologist
Saskatchewan laws governing ancient artifacts "perpetuate colonization" and need to change, according to an Indigenous archeologist.