Victoria Dinh

CBC Saskatoon reporter

Victoria Dinh is a journalist with CBC Saskatoon. She is also a co-host, writer and producer of the CBC investigative podcast, The Pit. Get in touch with Victoria by emailing

Latest from Victoria Dinh

Saskatoon program helps adults with brain injuries socialize through sports

When Kevin Clarke was a child, he suffered a traumatic brain injury. As a result, it was difficult for him to get involved with all the activities he wanted to pursue growing up. That's where a program at the Saskatoon YMCA called Sports For Life comes in.

Saskatoon woman lives in her own Barbie Dreamhouse

Andrea Katelnikoff has created her own Barbie world. She and her husband built a second floor onto their house to store her collection of 3,000 dolls.

Duperow general store says goodbye to tiny Sask. community after 75 years

For 75 years, the Duperow Co-op has been a staple in its community and a hub for residents in the area. But what happens when the store is no more?
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'My living nightmare': Making sense of my sleep paralysis

University of Waterloo professor emeritus Allan Cheyne says about one-third of the population will experience a mild form of sleep paralysis at one point in their lives. Less than 10 percent of people will get recurrent vivid bouts.

Saskatoon woman claims culture of sexual harassment at Waste Management

Saskatoon’s Nicole Ferguson says she was pushed out of her workplace after reporting instances of alleged sexual harassment and discrimination.

4-minute rule: New fire hall promises fast response to south Saskatoon fires

Saskatoon's Fire Station No. 3 has a new home. Starting Wednesday, the crew will be working from the new building sitting next door to St. Martin's United Church.

'I feel like I don't deserve a job': Job-seeking First Nations student says she experiences subtle racism

Makayla Masuskapoe is a First Nations high school student in Saskatoon. Last week, while handing out resumes, an incident took place with a potential employer that she says felt racially motivated.

Remai Modern brings artists out of gallery, into communities

A program offered at the Remai Modern is helping members of the community build their passion with the arts one visit at a time.

Saskatoon man says health facility 'punished' him for reporting 'inappropriate actions' by female worker

A Saskatoon man says he was barred from receiving treatment at a facility in his city for reporting an instance of alleged sexual harassment.

Lucky Bastard makes debut on Netflix series Altered Carbon

Since the Sci-Fi series hit Netflix at the beginning of February, viewers in the Bridge City have noticed the Saskatoon micro-distillery's guest appearances.

Rude customers: the psychology behind bad restaurant patron behaviour

We've all encountered that rude customer in a restaurant. The one that yells and screams when something goes awry. But why do people overreact the way they do?

'We have to come together and fix it': Suicides in North Battleford, Sask., prompt community action plan

Three recent suicides of young residents in the city of North Battleford, Sask., have sparked a community response.

'I was actually in tears': Saskatoon Crisis Nursery asks for financial help, community responds

The Saskatoon Crisis Nursery — a safe house for children under 12 — had a rough Christmas holiday after its furnace needed to be replaced at the end of December. But when Christmas came, so did the $3,000 bill for the furnace — an amount the organization couldn't afford.

'The most un-patient-friendly system': Mother unhappy with new pay-by-plate parking at Saskatoon hospitals

A new pay-by-plate parking system introduced this week at two Saskatoon hospitals is not sitting well with its visitors.

City Park Barber Shop turns 85 years old

Since the barber shop opened its doors in 1933, the only major change the shop saw was its shift from the front to the back of the building.