Joelle Seal

Joelle Seal is an Associate Producer in Current Affairs for CBC Saskatchewan. Get in touch with her by emailing joelle.seal@cbc.ca or on Twitter @joelleseal.

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Regina woman creates Narnia-inspired room underneath basement stairs

A Regina woman has transformed the space under her stairs into a Chronicles of Narnia-inspired world of enchantment.  

Q&A: Regina author shares story of sexual assault and recovery in new memoir

Regina author D.M. Ditson is officially launching her award-winning memoir, Wide Open. It’s an account of her unravelling in the wake of a series of sexual assaults by several men that left her with post-traumatic stress disorder.

'You don't have to be drunk or high to enjoy yourself': Sober hip hop show set for Regina

After nearly two years of sobriety, Kalem Moses hopes to help others with a sober hip hop show called Road to Recovery at the Exchange in Regina.
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Saskatoon cop aims to combat drug trade and addiction with podcast

A Saskatoon police officer who runs a drug education project called Say Know now has a podcast by the same name.

'Brutally horrifying': Mother describes pain of hearing details of Breanna Kannick's death

Hearing about the last moments of her daughter’s life has been agonizing for Sherri Kannick. It’s believed her daughter, Breanna Kannick, was going through opioid withdrawal in the time leading up to her death.

Regina mayor proposes city consider relocating Ring Road rail lines

Mayor Michael Fougere brought forward a motion to city council Monday night to look for solutions to the traffic problems caused by the rail crossings.

Ex-boyfriend testifies at inquest into woman's death at Regina remand centre

Breanna Kannick went into medical distress and was found unresponsive in her cell. She was in custody after she failed to appear in court on drug possession charges, and was scheduled to have a bail hearing on the day she died.

RM of Sherwood and City of Regina agree to expand city limits in 'symbolic' deal

Regina just got seven hectares larger.

Neighbours pay to have snow cleared after ambulance got stuck responding to serious call

Neighbours have pitched in to help make sure emergency vehicles can access their snow-covered street after an ambulance got stuck responding to a call.

Sask. Children's Advocate critical of mental health care after family ordeal

When it comes to mental health care, the Saskatchewan Advocate for Children and Youth says he knows from personal experience that the province must do better. Child advocate advised to take child to private Alberta facility for mental health treatment

Railway crossing overpass considered for Ring Road

Regina's mayor said the city is considering building an overpass or underpass where the Ring Road meets railway crossings near Winnipeg Street.

SGI training more drug recognition experts, despite concerns testing is 'highly subjective'

SGI is standing by training more drug recognition experts in the lead-up to marijuana legalization, despite concerns being raised that the tests these officers administer may be flawed.

'We need to vaccinate,' Regina vet reminds pet owners after dog tests positive for rabies

A Regina veterinary clinic is warning the public about the importance of vaccinations after a household dog tested positive for rabies.

Mystery bride: 1940s photos printed in Regina found in Chicago goodwill store

Pictures printed in Regina back in the 1940s somehow found their way to a goodwill store in Chicago. Now, two women are on a mission to find the family in the long-forgotten photos.

Trucks moved from makeshift parking lot after neighbours complain of noise

Dozens of trucks from the Regina Bypass project had been parking on land in a residential neighbourhood in east Regina — and neighbours weren't happy about it.