The City of Saskatoon is asking drivers to be patient as they work their way through that long list of repainting roads, but not everyone is.
Chris joined the Global News Morning team as a weather specialist in June 2019.
His broadcasting career in radio and television has taken him through windy Alberta, the sunny Okanagan, the snowy West Kootenay region, and the frigid Peace Region in northeastern B.C.
Chris is a well-known journalist in Saskatoon, having spent the previous seven years as an anchor and reporter at News Talk 650 CKOM.
When Chris is not talking about the weather, he’s usually out snapping photos of it. His collection is filled with colorful sunsets, sunrises, and frost covered trees lining the South Saskatchewan River bank, but he has yet to capture that illusive shot of a tornado on the Prairies.
As a long-suffering fan of both the Toronto Maple Leafs and the Toronto Blue Jays, Chris can often be heard uttering the words, “next season, it’ll be our year.”
Chris lives in Saskatoon with his wife Megan, and twin boys, Benjamin and Owen.
Chief Tammy Cook-Searson has led her community through devastating wildfires in 2015, a suicide crisis in 2016 and now the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr. Volker Gerdts’ current focus at VIDO in Saskatoon is developing and putting into production a COVID-19 vaccine.
Tourism Saskatoon CEO Stephanie Clovechok is looking for the travel and hospitality industries to come out of the pandemic stronger than ever.
Lisa Thomaidis has an impressive coaching career and says that has a leader, actions speak louder than words.
Mark Arcand says he was taught that everyone has a gift to give, and one cause he is most passionate about is helping youth.
Greg Yuel is Shaping Saskatchewan both at his family-owned company and in the athletic community.
Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association has distributed thousands of flyers to neighbourhoods across the country in an effort to help those in need during the coronavirus pandemic.
Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation president and CEO Brynn Boback-Lane reflects on the huge amount of work that went into making the facility.
A lot of Whitecap Dakota First Nation’s success has to do with the hard work, determination and perseverance of its community’s leader, Chief Darcy Bear.