The Morning Edition

Every weekday, host Sheila Coles starts your day with breaking news, issues, and water cooler talk from across Saskatchewan and around the world. Tune your dial to 102.4 FM in Regina or 540 AM to listen across the province, the action starts at 6 a.m. CST every day.

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Community Profile: The Greens on Gardiner

CBC's Morning Edition is shining a spotlight on the Greens on Gardiner, one of Regina's newest neighbourhoods in the southeast. It's part of a neighbourhood series designed to help people get to know their city better.

Regina couple runs 6 marathons in 6 states in 6 days

A husband and wife from Regina just got back from running six marathons in six days in six different states. Jan Steenkamp and Tania Diener finished their final race last Saturday.

Advice for first year university students

Upper year and graduate students tell The Morning Edition what they wish they had known in their first year of university.

Regina brewery Malty National looking for local hops

Hops from Regina backyards may be headed to nearby growlers and pint glasses this fall. Malty National is hoping people will donate the fruit from the plant to use in an upcoming beer.
EMPTY ROOM SERIES

Empty Room Round 2: Rosie and the Riveters' Allyson Reigh

Rosie and the Riveters vocalist Allyson Reigh is back to perform another new song at the Creative City Centre's Hague Gallery for our Empty Room series.

Q & A: lessons in success from Brandt chairman Gavin Semple

Former Brandt president and CEO Gavin Semple will be given an honourary degree from the University of Regina . He spoke with Sheila Coles on the Morning Edition about what has made him a business success.

Final Regina show for illness-challenged Spirit of the West

It's the final few performances for Spirit of the West, whose drummer Vince Ditrich has been hit with kidney failure.

3 churches, 1 building: Regina's Living Spirit Centre

In a time where many churches are seeing declining attendance, the Living Spirit Centre in Regina's Arcola East neighbourhood has found a way to bring three congregations together to make sure their building is a busy community hub all week long.

Bhangra dancing brings Arcola East community together

The Morning Edition is bringing you stories of the people and places that make Regina's Arcola East neighbourhood unique. Meet the multi-cultural Arcola East Bhangra Community Dancers.
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Morning Edition: spotlight on the Arcola East neighbourhood

The Morning Edition has been spotlighting different Regina neighbourhoods and this week it's going to the ever-expanding Arcola East community.

Saskatchewan film industry 4 years later

A Saskatchewan woman who conducted a survey of people working in the film industry in 2012 when the Sask Film Tax Credit was cut has now done another survey to create a snapshot of what people are doing four years later.

Impaired driving still number one killer on Sask. roads

The overall number of crashes involving alcohol in the province is down, but the number of fatal ones is on the rise.

Man from Bangladesh and woman from Sask. First Nation open Indian taco restaurant in Regina

An addiction to Indian tacos leads man from Bangladesh to open Neechies Pizzeria and taco with First Nations fiancée.

Regina's Café Français run by man from India and chef from Korea

A hotel manager from India and a pastry chef from Korea have come together to start a French café in Regina.

Da Pizza "n" Curry Express leading Regina's fusion food scene

Indian inspired pizza popular with fusion fanatics at Da Pizza "N" Curry Express.