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Join Sheila Coles for CBC Radio's Morning Edition, weekdays between 6:00 am and 9:00 am. Your news. Your province. Your morning, covered.

Join Sheila Coles for CBC Radio's Morning Edition, weekdays between 6:00 am and 9:00 am. Your news. Your province. Your morning, covered.
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Regina, SK

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CBC

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Join Sheila Coles for CBC Radio's Morning Edition, weekdays between 6:00 am and 9:00 am. Your news. Your province. Your morning, covered.

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English


Episodes

Father, son Powwow

4/19/2018
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Tom Benjoe and his son Thomas Jr. talk to the Morning Edition's Zarqa Nawaz about performing at the 40th Annual First Nations University Powwow in Regina. Seven-year-old Thomas Jr. will be introduced as a Fancy Bustle dancer.

Duration:00:10:19

Jury reform: Criminal trials vs. coroner's inquests

4/19/2018
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The Gerald Stanley trial sparked a lot of debate about jury selection in Saskatchewan. During the trial -- the jury appeared to contain no visibly Indigenous people. CBC cannot independently confirm the background of any jurors. This led to the question: Are Indigenous people represented enough on juries? There's one type of jury where that question is openly asked and addressed. For coroner's inquests -- the coroner can request the jury be made up in part of Indigenous people. And that's...

Duration:00:09:22

The psychology of trauma. Duane Bowers explains the science behind how trauma makes us feel, and how to get through it.

4/12/2018
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Zarqa Nawaz speak with Duane Bowers - a progessional counsellor who helps people navigate the psychological effects of trauma.

Duration:00:13:22

Sask.'s Memuna Moolla on the Rohingya humanitarian crisis

4/5/2018
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This week Bob Rae released a report on how Canada should help Rohingya Muslim refugees. Nearly 700,000 refugees have fled their homes in the Buddhist state of Myanmar and are living in camps in Bangladesh. One person who understands the situation personally is Memuna Moolla. She was born in Myanmar and studied in Rangoon University. She is also a speaker and community activist and wrote a semi-autobiographic memoir: Where Flowers Bloom - Memories of Burma.

Duration:00:11:51

Raven Sinclair on the Pē-kīwēwin, a research project on the Sixties Scoop and its continued legacy

4/5/2018
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Raven Sinclair has dedicated the last few years of her life to learning more about the Sixties Scoop. The practice of removing Indigenous children from their homes and adopting them out into white families was widespread in Canada. It's a practice that Sinclair says continues to this day through the child welfare system.

Duration:00:12:13

Financial Literacy in Sask. Schools

4/4/2018
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Last week the government announced that financial literacy will be introduced into the K-12 curriculum. Host Zarqa Nawaz speaks with Steve McLellan, the CEO of the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce, and Salmaan Moolla, a University of Regina business student. Both have been pushing for financial literacy in schools for years.

Duration:00:12:04

Employee of the Week- Bobbie Sevenster

4/4/2018
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The Morning Edition's Nichole Huck stopped by 2001 Cornwall Street in Regina to meet Bobbie Sevenster - the superstar building manager.

Duration:00:05:05

Boushie episode 7

3/2/2018
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Episode 7 looks at how the shooting, trial and verdict have changed the conversation around reconciliation in Canada. It asks what people think the aftermath says about the country and where the conversation needs to go next?

Duration:00:22:16

Boushie episode 6

2/23/2018
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Episode 6 explores the debate around jury selection reform in the wake of the not guilty verdict in Gerald Stanley's second-degree murder case, and asks whether the Canadian justice system needs to change.

Duration:00:22:30

Boushie episode 5

2/15/2018
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This episode goes through the jury’s verdict in Gerald Stanley's second degree murder trial, and the national reaction it triggered.

Duration:00:25:33

Boushie episode 5

2/15/2018
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This episode goes through the jury’s verdict in Gerald Stanley's second degree murder trial, and the national reaction it triggered.

Duration:00:25:33

Boushie episode 4

2/7/2018
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This episode goes through the second week of Stanley's murder trial as Stanley's defence team makes its case. It details Gerald Stanley's testimony about what happened on the farm the day Boushie was killed and explains why he’s calling it a freak accident.

Duration:00:24:45

Boushie episode 3

2/2/2018
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This episode goes inside the courtroom during the first week of Stanley's murder trial as witnesses — including Gerald Stanley's son and Boushie's friends — testify about what they say happened on the farm the day Boushie was killed.

Duration:00:17:47

Boushie episode 3

2/2/2018
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This episode goes inside the courtroom during the first week of Stanley's murder trial as witnesses — including Gerald Stanley's son and Boushie's friends — testify about what they say happened on the farm the day Boushie was killed.

Duration:00:17:47

Mother and son talk about how addiction nearly ruined their family

1/9/2018
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Ronni and Andrew Nordal share their story about how addiction and a search for the best treatment nearly tore them apart. (PART 1)

Duration:00:10:31

Farewell to Premier Brad Wall

12/8/2017
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Stefani Langenegger and Murray Mandryk pay tribute to Brad Wall by sharing some of the funny and emotional stories from his time as premier.

Duration:00:11:57

The Morning Edition's political panel on the Sask. Party leadership race

11/24/2017
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The Morning Edition's political panel looks at how abortion has resurfaced in the Sask Party leadership race.

Duration:00:10:57

Wonder: Saskatchewan actor Mark Dozlaw lands part in major film

11/21/2017
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Mark Dozlaw went from developing an interest in acting while growing up in Regina to performing on the big screen alongside Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson in the film Wonder.

Duration:00:08:53

New book looks at the effects of climate change through photographs

11/15/2017
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Trevor Herriot and Branimir Gjetvaj talk to Sheila Coles about their latest book, "Islands of Grass".

Duration:00:10:58

Successful fathers support group is giving men the confidence and skills to be better parents

11/1/2017
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The Morning Edition's Rachel Zelniker visited Focus on Fathers: a free weekly support and parenting group at Four Directions Community Health Centre in North Central, Regina.

Duration:00:07:24

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