Morning Edition Saskatchewan
Elizabeth Thompson, a a senior writer for iPolitics.ca, gives us background on Maygan Sensenberger and Senator Rod Zimmer.
Witness to Airplane Ordeal
We hear from a man who was on the flight with Senator Rob Zimmer and Maygan Sensenberger.
Political Panel - Potash Problems?
Seems there's bad news on the potash front in Saskatchewan... but Brad Wall says there's a silver lining. Political Panelist Murray Mandryk breaks it down.
For the love of Matthew
Shannon and Chris Gardiner want to keep their foster son, Matthew, in their home. Merelda Fiddler explains why he has to leave.
A Saskatchewan MS patient is in Albany, New York to take part in a study of the so-called "liberation therapy." Dr. Gary Siskin, professor and chairman of the Department of Radiology at the Albany Medical Centre Hospital, talks about conducting the...
A rare disease
Jackie McMillan is urging parents to take personal responsibility when dealing with the healthcare system because her persistence led to a diagnosis of a rare disease for her child.
Trouble in Riderville
There are a lot of questions in Riderville after the team's fourth straight loss. CFL expert Darrell Davis weighs in on the Riders following a 24-5 loss to the BC Lions.
Einstein meets Elders
Leroy Little Bear, a professor of Native Studies at the University of Lethbridge, thinks First Nations culture can help us better understand some of the biggest questions in modern physics.
Are Politics Hurting the United Church?
The United Church is struggling to attract new members...but is it too preoccupied with politics? Kevin Flatt thinks so - and he's just finished a study on the church's bleak enrollment.
Political Panel - Is MS Therapy a Healthy Risk?
As the first MS patients head to New York for a double-blind study on the so-called "Liberation Therapy," Murray Mandryk weighs in on the political risk for Premier Brad Wall.
Brett Salkeld is a doctoral student in Catholic Theology from Gerald Saskatchewan. He's in the running to have his thesis on transubstantiation turned into a comic strip!
The drain game
Peter Onofreychuk says his land is not farmable because their neighbour ditched water onto it and the Saskatchewan Watershed Authority's mediation process is slow. The Morning Edition's Drew Fossum has been looking into the problem.
Derek Foster: Idiot Millionaire
Derek Foster is the self-proclaimed "Idiot Millionaire" and he shared some of his secrets with us.
Tattoos in the Workplace
Your new pinup-girl tattoo might match your outfit but does it fit your workplace? We talk to a tattoo artist about tattoo taboos.
La Ronge's Residential School Boat
People in the La Ronge area have been filling it with messages and symbols of their time in residential schools. Tom Roberts brings us the story
Regina Anti-Gang Services
A program to help people get out of gangs has run out of time and money. We look into what happened to Regina's Anti-Gang Services
Courtnee Kyle talks about the Canadian women's coming oh so close to beating the Americans on the soccer pitch in Manchester and how her family is rallying around her sister Kaylyn.
NASA's "Curiosity" rover successfully touched down on Mars. We find out what scientists are hoping to discover about the Red Planet.
Saskatchewan Silver Medal
Regina-born Rachelle Viinberg had a big day in London- Silver in the Women's Eights Rowing. Her former teammate, Garrett Mathiason, tells us what it takes to get there.
Reuben Ross's Cheering Section
Reuben Ross has quite the entourage in London! His Mother, Mary Ross, tells us about his 39-member cheering section.
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