Kendall Latimer


Kendall Latimer (she/her) is a journalist with CBC News in Saskatchewan. You can reach her by emailing

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Greg Fertuck's murder trial nears end as defence closes case

The murder trial for Greg Fertuck — a Saskatoon man who told undercover police officers that he killed his wife — is approaching its end now that the evidence phase is over.

Former group home worker sentenced to 6.5 years for sexually abusing non-verbal adults in his care

Brent Gabona has been sentenced to 6.5 years in prison for sexually assaulting disabled group home residents who were in his care at Shepherd's Villa, a group home for adults in Saskatchewan.

Experts delve into killer's psychology at James Smith Cree Nation massacre inquest

It might not have been on paper, but experts who testified Friday at the inquest into the 2022 mass stabbing on James Smith Cree Nation say Myles Sanderson went into the massacre with a plan.

Killer's ex-partner tells inquest into James Smith Cree Nation mass stabbing she suffered years of abuse

The coroner’s inquest into the 2022 stabbing massacre on James Smith Cree Nation included emotional testimony Thursday from the killer's common-law partner, and a tear-filled exchange when a retired RCMP officer apologized to the daughter of one of the victims.

Auto shop owner advises all vehicle buyers in Sask. to ask about the block heater

Plugging a vehicle in is an essential step in making sure it starts during extreme cold temperatures. However, some people might not know that vehicles don't always come with block heaters installed.

Text messages leading up to James Smith stabbing massacre shared at first day of inquest

The first witness at the inquest into the fatal stabbings at James Smith Cree Nation was an RCMP staff sergeant who described how police gained insight into the escalating violence and chaos that occurred through text messages sent by Myles Sanderson's brother Damien.

Passing the paddle: Churchill River Canoe Outfitters changes hands as it enters 60th year in northern Sask.

After 35 years at the helm, Ric Driediger has sold Churchill River Canoe Outfitters to another passionate canoe enthusiast.

Internal memos expose dangerous levels of hallway medicine, overcrowding in Regina hospitals

Health-care workers in Regina hospitals have been treating patients in hallways because of bed and staffing shortages, but the fire department says this practice is a dangerous fire code violation that’s putting everyone in the hospitals at risk.

Sask. government's decision to limit sexual health education leaves students unprepared: educators

Professional educators on sexual violence and health are worried for young people as the Saskatchewan government keeps third-party educators banned from school classrooms.
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End of era for iconic trading post in northern Saskatchewan

It's the end of an era for an iconic shop in northern Saskatchewan. After 56 years, Robertson Trading is shutting down. One of its biggest legacies is the impressive collection of taxidermied animals, Indigenous art and antiques from floor to the ceiling.