Daniella Ponticelli

CBC staffer

Daniella Ponticelli has worked as a print, broadcast and digital journalist in Manitoba and Saskatchewan since 2012. She joined CBC Saskatchewan in May. Get in touch with Daniella by email at daniella.ponticelli@cbc.ca or on Twitter @Ms_dponticelli.

Latest from Daniella Ponticelli

Frequent street flooding posing safety risks, says Regina building owner

When the rain comes down, Regina's Rae Street fills up with water. Now, one woman who has lived on the 3800 block for decades, says the flooding is causing an overflow of concerns.

Regina roads plagued by puddles after rainy weekend

Stranded cars and soaked sidewalks were some of the casualties Monday morning, when rain added to an already heavy 72-hour precipitation total in Regina.

Survivor Saskatchewan: Provincial parks offer crash course in wilderness safety

Think you can survive in the wild without relying on technology? Fifteen Saskatchewan Parks are now offering free survival courses for people to brush up on basics.

Regina, Fujioka mayors sign friendship agreement between 2 cities

The Canadian and Japanese cities have a longstanding educational exchange program. One woman with a connection to both places was on hand to witness the signing.

'Pure poop': Homeowners cleaning up after backup floods basements

Some residents in the city's Albert Park neighbourhood described sump pumps acting like 'fountains,' while basements were covered in sewage Thursday night.

Sinkhole closes section of Pasqua Street

City of Regina crews are working to repair the sinkhole, near the Parliament Avenue intersection, which opened up some time before the August long weekend.

Cotton candy tacos, potato-less poutine on the menu at Queen City Ex

For foodie thrill-seekers, this year's midway menu sees twists on several fan favourites.

Roughriders trade QB Zach Collaros to Toronto for 2020 CFL draft pick

Wednesday's trade returns Collaros, who won a Grey Cup with the Argos in 2012 as the backup quarterback, to where he started in the CFL eight years ago.

Saskatoon company fined $50K after worker seriously injured

A worker was severely injured when a combine tire fell off a forklift at a Lloydminster, Sask., site in July 2017.

Fire destroys milking barn at Sask. dairy farm 9 months after opening

Joseph Mosher and Kristin Shantz spent years planning their dream farm near Paynton, Sask. Now, they're not sure if they can rebuild after a devastating fire Tuesday night.

Sask. swimmers warned to watch for blue-green algae blooms

People swimming in or drinking water affected by algae blooms may experience flu-like symptoms, while pets and livestock are also at risk.

Sask. first responders can now assess their own mental health online

A new confidential website is designed to get around the stigma of reporting mental health injuries.

Instagram-worthy wooden wings bring Saskatoon single father, daughter together

Loch Willy was inspired to get crafty after a photo trip with his young daughter. Now, his wooden wings that are irresistible to pose with are taking off on social media.