Saskatchewan kicked off the beginning of 2020 with a blast of cold temperatures a system of cold arctic air anchored itself over the Prairies.
Brittney Matejka was born and raised on a purebred cattle operation just outside of Ponoka, Alta.
After attending the University of Alberta, Brittney worked in Community Corrections as a probation officer before pursuing a Television and Broadcasting Diploma from the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT).
While living in Edmonton, she bled orange and blue for three seasons as a member of the Edmonton Oilers Octane Cheer team. Brittney was also the in-game host for both the Edmonton Oil Kings (WHL) and the Edmonton Prospects (WMBL). She loved to pump up fans to cheer on their teams!
She got her start in journalism at CHAT-TV in Medicine Hat as a news reporter. From there, she headed to Lloydminster to work for Newcap Television before joining the Global family as a Digital Broadcast Journalist in Saskatoon.
After a year of living in Saskatoon and sharing Saskatchewan’s stories, Brittney headed on down the highway to Global Regina to anchor Morning Weather and Traffic, as a weather specialist.
When not at work, she loves frequenting local coffee shops, figure skating, and taking in all our beautiful city has to offer. She also strives to pet every dog who crosses her path.
Crews have been working around the clock creating the giant outdoor Iceville rink at the home of the Saskatchewan Roughriders — which skaters will be able to enjoy for free.
The province is asking Saskatchewan residents to change their Easter weekend traditions to maintain physical distancing to aid in the COVID-19 pandemic fight.
Regina Police are looking for information or tips from the public after an attack on a taxi driver Saturday night with an unknown object.
Unifor has accepted the recommendations from an independent mediator in the Co-op lockout that began in December 2019.
Child-care spaces are being made available by the government of Saskatchewan to help essential workers responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Athol Murray College of Notre Dame has shut down their campus as of Thursday afternoon due to the COVID-19 pandemic, students are sent home or with homestays.
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Regina has suspended all masses due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Grocery stores across Saskatchewan have launched a “senior shopping hour” to protect those most vulnerable to COVID-19.
Unifor national president Jerry Dias is calling on Premier Scott Moe to address concerns of social distancing between replacement workers at the Co-op Refinery Complex.
One Saskatoon family has been reunited with their four-legged friend after a social media post reached a new adoption family from the Saskatoon SPCA.
The app’s inventor hopes to make residents of rural areas feel empowered as a community.
A look at the weather outlook for Saskatchewan from Nov. 6 to Nov. 10 and wind chills are bringing temperatures down to -27.
The results have been released from a seed royalties survey from Saskatchewan, Alberta and Manitoba agricultural producers.
The Saskatoon Senior Continued Learning program allows those 55-plus the chance to take non-credit university classes – just for the love of learning.