Theresa Kliem

Journalist

Theresa Kliem is a journalist with CBC Saskatoon.

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New Indigenous art curator set to start at Remai Modern in the fall

Saskatoon’s Remai Modern has announced a new member to their curatorial team.

Cut to busing leaves families of French immersion students from outside Saskatoon frustrated

Going back to school in the fall is already a hot topic for families because of COVID-19, but some parents in Warman and Martensville face an additional challenge.

Saskatoon's housing market to be probed as U of S researchers join Canada-wide study

The City of Saskatoon's affordable housing situation will be examined in a Canada-wide research project, which includes a University of Saskatchewan research team partnering with researchers across the country.

'We should all be ashamed': Questions swirl around City Centre Inn and Suites shutdown

After the shut-down of the City Centre Inn and Suites in Saskatoon, which resulted in 120 to 150 people losing their home, the answer how the situation got this far still remains unclear.

1st phase of resident relocation complete after City Centre Inn shutdown: City of Saskatoon

Former residents of the City Centre Inn and Suites on Idylwyld Drive had to move to temporary homes after the Saskatoon Fire Department shut down the motel due to health and safety violations.

Lily Man brings beauty to Saskatoon neighbourhood

Peter Geres, the 91-year-old also known as the Lily Man, is not tired of grabbing the shovel to work in the yard at the home he and his daughter share in Saskatoon, or of giving gardening advice to those admiring it.

Researchers look to ghost fleas 'haunting' Sask. lake to solve scientific mystery

People on a boat, in the middle of the night, trying to find out what’s haunting the lake. This sounds like a classic ghost story, but it was actually part of a research project at the University of Regina. 

Saskatoon leases electric bus for 1-year test drive

Saskatoon Transit has a special new vehicle in its garage. An electric bus will hit the streets as part of the city's public transport fleet. 
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Saskatoon berry picking having a big year in Sask.

Saskatoon berry season is in full swing in the province and u-pickers seem busier than ever.

Live music is back in Saskatchewan

Jamie Peekeekoot hasn’t played with his band colleagues from Black Rain since February 2020. Live music hit the pause button in March due to COVID-19.

Sales of RVs, boats and other rec equipment booming in Sask.

With international travel still restricted and entertainment possibilities limited, Saskatchewanians seem eager to invest in outdoor recreational equipment such as RVs or boats.

Sask.'s top para-swimmers excited for pools to reopen

While the reopening of two Saskatoon outdoor pools this week will provide a great chance to beat the heat, some of Canada’s top para-swimmers crave the water for more than just its refreshing nature.

Regina Syrian refugee, paralyzed during war, wins $2,500 bursary

The war in Syria brought a temporary end to Mustafa Issa’s dreams. The now 22-year-old fled to Canada in 2016 after two shells hit his family’s house in 2013. Since then he has been paralyzed from the waist down.
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Sask. family ready to say good-bye to adopted baby skunk

A Saskatchewan family took inspiration from Looney Tunes' Pepe Le Pew to name a surprising, but temporary, addition to their flock.

Saskatoon school spreads 'Some Good News Métis Style' to stay connected during shutdown

Inspired by John Krasinski’s YouTube success "Some Good News," staff at St. Michael Community School in Saskatoon started producing their own "Some Good News Métis Style" videos.

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