Joely BigEagle-Kequahtooway is an interdisciplinary artist and the co-founder of Buffalo People Arts Institute in Regina.
Daniella Ponticelli is the community reporter for Global News in Regina.
Since joining the team in October 2019, Daniella is focused on storytelling through a hyperlocal lens, spotlighting events, organizations and individuals mostly in southern Saskatchewan. She’s also a fill-in weather specialist and live reporter for Global Morning Live.
Daniella is a passionate sports fan, joining Rider Nation when she first moved to the province in 2012. She’s also the sideline reporter for the Saskatchewan Rush Lacrosse Club this 2019-20 season and an international roller derby broadcaster.
Previously, Daniella has worked in television, radio and digital media for CTV Winnipeg, Rawlco Radio Saskatchewan and CBC. She loves animals, good films and stand-up comedy.
Sign language interpreter Karen Nurkowski reflects on working more than 100 COVID-19 press conferences, and the future of inclusion in Saskatchewan.
Christian Mbanza and Vibya Natana are members of Black in Saskatchewan, a community organization dedicated to educating people about anti-Black discrimination and systemic racism.
Taryn Bridges first felt sick in August. Then she tested positive for COVID-19. Now, nearly three months later, she’s still feeling the effects of the disease.
Saskatchewan is among the minority of provinces clawing back the full CERB amount from anyone receiving provincial income support.
Mohan Babu, a biochemist at the University of Regina, received funding for ongoing research related to COVID-19.
From pools to community centres, candidates have set their sights on projects they say will fuel Regina’s economic recovery during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Amid COVID-19, this year’s virtual Dinovember activities includes using an app that allows kids to interact with a 3D animated dinosaur on screen.
Starting Nov. 6, mask use will be mandatory at most indoor public spaces in Saskatoon, Regina and Prince Albert for 28 days.
Max Eisen, 91, survived Auschwitz and has travelled the world sharing his story. On Tuesday, he spoke virtually to some 3,000 students in and around Regina.
The only Remembrance Day service in Regina on Nov. 11 will take place at the cenotaph in Victoria Park, which citizens are encouraged to view online from home.
Elections Regina is offering several ways to vote, including accommodations for people who have had to self-isolate, in an effort to bolster municipal voter turnout.
Regina Transit riders can soon expect increased enforcement of mandatory mask use, according to the city.
Students in grades 4-12 have been getting a COVID-friendly civic education ahead of the Saskatchewan provincial election on Oct. 26.
In his bid for re-election, Michael Fougere took issue with candidate Sandra Masters’ campaign promise of finding efficiencies within city operations.