Jason Warick is a reporter with CBC Saskatoon.
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NDP's Jagmeet Singh promises help for workers affected by climate change initiatives
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh said during a Saskatoon campaign stop on Friday that an NDP government would improve employment insurance and retraining for anyone whose job is affected by action on climate change.
Sask. groups work to encourage inmates to vote in federal election
There's one place you likely won't see federal election candidates door knocking or debating — inside a jail or penitentiary.
Saskatchewan man barred from U.S. for 5 years after trying to volunteer at festival
A Saskatoon man says he's been banned from entering the United States for five years after attempting to volunteer at an arts festival in Washington state last summer.
Sask. doctor charged with falsifying immigrants' medical records
A Saskatoon doctor has been charged with falsifying immigrants' medical records and instructing her staff to do the same.
'Vindication for our ancestors': Sask. First Nation reclaims original name
It's an error that took more than a century to correct. The Sakimay First Nation near Grenfell, Sask., will now be known as Zagime Anishinabek.
Sask. children's hospital staff working through nearly 600 suggested changes
Officials at Saskatchewan's children's hospital say they're working through a list of nearly 600 recommended changes and will open as planned Sept. 29.
'A true Saskatoon treasure': longtime coach, official Kelly Bowers dies
The booming voice of Kelly Bowers will no longer be heard on Saskatoon football fields, basketball courts or wrestling mats.
'If Mother Nature co-operates, that'd be great': Hot, dry weather could be a boon for harvest season
At least one Saskatchewan farmer hopes the sunny weather and high temperatures in the forecast continue for as long as possible.
Indigenous student praised after altering 'European discovery of Americas' worksheet
An Indigenous high school student in Saskatoon is being praised for her actions after receiving an assignment about the "European discovery of [the] Americas" in 1492.
'Standard safety practices' missed in design of Saskatchewan children's hospital, says expert
An expert in hospital construction says he's disappointed to hear about all the safety concerns at the Jim Pattison Children's Hospital.
'A very dangerous situation': Psychiatrists sound alarm over Sask. children's hospital design
Saskatchewan's health minister is promising to investigate the concerns of psychiatrists who say the province's $284-million children's hospital is rife with safety and suicide risks.
'Congratulations, Saskatchewan!': $286M children's hospital grand opening held Thursday
Officials praised the hundreds of Saskatchewan residents who worked for nearly a decade to realize the dream of a children's hospital for the province. The Jim Pattison Children's Hospital opened in Saskatoon Thursday and will welcome patients by the end of the month.
Canada-China translation project 'flushed down the toilet' due to tensions, says professor
A Saskatchewan academic appears to be the latest victim of the deteriorating relations between Canada and China after his two-year book translation project was unexpectedly cancelled. One expert says Canadians shouldn't expect things to improve any time soon.
Police informant kicked out of witness protection for using drugs, among other reasons, gov't says
The federal government is explaining why a Saskatoon man who helped convict 20 criminals was kicked out of the Witness Protection Program.
'I felt her very close': Sask. woman's funeral draws hundreds to Mozambican village
Hundreds of villagers gathered this month in a remote southern African jungle to remember a Saskatchewan woman.