Anna McMillan is a digital broadcast journalist with Global Saskatoon.
Her journalism focuses widely on social issues and injustices, and their effects on local communities. She is passionate about connecting with Saskatonians to help shed light on their experiences.
Prior to moving to Saskatoon in January 2020, Anna reported for the national broadcaster in Edmonton for three years.
You can get in touch with Anna by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter @annamcmills.
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The City of Saskatoon wants to make some changes to its animal bylaws. A local dog walker says one of those changes could put his livelihood at risk. Continue reading →
The rate of stillbirths around the world varies greatly. Now, new research from the University of Saskatchewan suggests a major factor in the disparity is gender inequality. Continue reading →
RUH patients now pay for parking before they enter the building, instead of when they leave — but one cancer patient is more concerned about if she should have to pay at all. Continue reading →
The demand for plant protein is climbing, and with such a huge agricultural industry, researchers say there’s plenty of incentive for Saskatchewan farmers. Continue reading →
The Saskatchewan NDP is urging the province to invest major capital in upgrading sloped floors, leaking ceilings and other infrastructure problems in health care facilities. Continue reading →
The Saskatchewan Beef Industry Conference learned how young people’s eating habits are changing the food industry. Continue reading →
University of Saskatchewan researchers are exploring how different types of asphalt respond to freezing and thawing. Continue reading →
The Okihtcitawak Patrol Group has been watching the Pleasant Hill area for a couple of years now. Continue reading →