Emily Pasiuk

Emily Pasiuk is a reporter and web writer for CBC Saskatchewan and an associate producer for The Morning Edition. She has also reported at CTV Saskatoon and written for Global Regina. Reach her at emily.pasiuk@cbc.ca.

Latest from Emily Pasiuk

Sask. Teachers' Federation declares impasse in bargaining

After seven months of negotiations with the province, the Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation has declared an impasse in bargaining talks.

Gift of home renovation allows Regina woman with MS to avoid long-term care facility

There was a time, as recently as this year, when Bonnie Gorski would sit in the same chair in her kitchen from 7 a.m. until 10:30 p.m. If she wanted to move, she had to be carried by her husband or one of her two teenage sons.

Conservative Warren Steinley takes Regina-Lewvan away from the NDP

Conservative candidate Warren Steinley defeated six other candidates in the Regina-Lewvan riding to take the win. The seat was previously won by Erin Weir of the NDP. 

Regina school board promises clarity, 'definite direction' after defeat of Pride motion

During an emotional Regina Public School Board meeting Tuesday night, a motion aimed at allowing schools to continue to celebrate Pride how they wish was defeated.

Regina Public Library's new social media voice aims to educate through humour

Devin Pacholik is no stranger to humour. He once ate only McDonald's breakfast for an entire week and wrote about it for Vice, and that's just the tip of the iceberg.

Solar companies face uncertain future after cancellation of net metering program

Some solar companies are condemning SaskPower's decision to halt the net metering program until further notice.

SaskPower stopping net metering program until review complete

SaskPower is halting its net metering program after reaching the cap of 16 megawatts two years earlier than expected.

Regina's fire bylaw to be updated to include ticketing for smoke alarm violations

Regina's community and protective services committee is looking to add something into the fire bylaw that was mistakenly left out: the ability to issue notices of violation to offenders for smoke alarm offences.

Sask. sculptor Joe Fafard honoured with special commemorative beer

Joe Fafard, the acclaimed Saskatchewan artist who died earlier this year, is being honoured with a commemorative beer. 

Brother of Lucien Silverquill questions whether RCMP could have avoided shooting him

On Tuesday, officers from the Wadena detachment were called to a home on the Fishing Lake First Nation. Someone had reported that a man armed with a knife was causing a disturbance outside of their home.

Bridesmaid gives alpaca-loving bride a fuzzy surprise on her wedding day

Vanessa Klisowsky was all set for her wedding day, an occasion she called joyous and laid back. Just when she thought it couldn't get any better, it did. 

Regina family narrowly escapes house fire

The fire department says there were no working smoke detectors in the house at the time.

'I'm home': Brothers separated by Sixties Scoop reunite after 50 years apart

Nick Helliwell was two when he and his four-year-old brother Anthony Stonechild were separated and adopted into white families as part of the Sixties Scoop. On Tuesday, they saw each other for the first time in 50 years at the Regina International Airport.

Doggy daycare dispute highlights lack of regulation in Sask. pet care industry

A Regina doggy daycare has come under fire from a neighbouring business, after complaints about noise and mess in the alley. The owner says the dogs in her care are looked after well.

Sask. canoeists win epic Yukon River Quest race

Ivan English has been canoeing for three decades but had never attempted the grueling Yukon River Quest. He won it on his first attempt with his paddling partner Mike Vincent.