Emily Pasiuk

Reporter/Associate Producer

Emily Pasiuk is a Regina-based reporter for CBC Saskatchewan and an associate producer for The Morning Edition. She has filmed two documentaries, reported at CTV Saskatoon and written for Global Regina. Reach her at emily.pasiuk@cbc.ca.

Latest from Emily Pasiuk

Sask. government boosts funding to Regina, Saskatoon police

The nearly $12 million in funding is slated to go toward the renewal of several specialized police forces, like the Police and Crisis Team (PACT), and the Internet Child Exploitation (ICE) program.

Martensville, Sask. family struggling because of CERB-to-maternity payment confusion

Whitney Ebinger, a new mom in Martensville, Sask., has been trying to sort out EI, the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) and maternity leave payments over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic. Thus far the experience has left her in debt and struggling to feed her family.

More layoffs confirmed at Saskatchewan Polytechnic locations

According to an email from a school spokesperson, 93 full-time and part-time employees received temporary and permanent layoff notices across the institution.

Feeling awkward trying to navigate COVID-19 social situations? You're not alone

COVID-19 has changed social norms for people around the world. So, how do we navigate this brave new world?

Some Whitehorse businesses fearing COVID-19-related bankruptcy: survey

A survey commissioned by the Whitehorse Chamber of Commerce found 55 per cent of responding businesses are afraid of falling into greater debt due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Lightning sparks 4 new fires in Yukon over the weekend

Storms over the weekend sparked four new lightning-caused fires in Yukon, according to the government's Wildland Fire Management. 

Passengers recall terrifying bus crash near Bethune

Regan Sunchild was in and out of sleep when she saw a truck barrelling toward the small bus she was on. At the moment of the crash, she said her mind was blank but she was preparing for the worst.

Sask. advocate says HIV/AIDS epidemic continues to be ignored by province

Margaret Kisikaw Piyesis, CEO of All Nations Hope Network, says high HIV rates are not new in Saskatchewan, but they continue to increase and stigma persists.

Saskatoon family mourns after 23-year-old Kionna Nicotine found in Saskatoon parking lot

Police in Saskatoon have charged a 22-year-old woman with impaired driving causing death and failure to stop after a body was found in a parking lot early Saturday morning. 

Saskatoon police constable suspended for offensive posts

The Saskatoon Police Service says a 12-year-member of the force has been placed on a paid administrative leave after making offensive posts on a personal social media account.

Sask. considers options for returning back to school

A special provincial team is considering three options for when students return to school in September, including a regular school year and a mix of online and in-person learning.

Regina couple celebrates 40th wedding anniversary in KFC parking lot

Lisa Hodges had been planning her 40th wedding anniversary for years. The couple had flights and a cruise booked. But then COVID-19 arrived.

University of Saskatchewan reducing undergrad fees by average of $18 per student for fall semester

Gabriella Fourie, a third year history student at the university, said the reduction was "ridiculous."

Sask. woman says her mom's care got lost in COVID-19 shuffle

Nimegeers says her mom is a victim of the COVID-19 pandemic, but not because she died from the virus. Nimegeers said in the commotion surrounding COVID-19, her mom's health got lost in the shuffle. 

Got ticks? One Sask. woman says try guinea fowl

Dolores Richardson heard that guinea fowl were a good for controlling wood ticks and decided to give them a try, and the rest is history. She and her husband have been raising them ever since. 

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