Aishwarya Dudha


Aishwarya Dudha is a reporter for CBC Saskatchewan based in Saskatoon. She has previously worked for Global News and the Times of India. She specializes in social justice issues and elevating voices of vulnerable people. She can be reached at

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South Asian artists starting to add Sask. stops on tours, but challenges still remain

Saskatchewan is becoming a more common stop for South Asian artists on tour, but some challenges still remain in the comparatively small market the province offers.

Sask. to get $27.7M federal money for new child-care centres

Saskatchewan will receive $27.7 million in funding from the federal government’s Early Learning and Child Care Infrastructure Fund to add more child-care spaces in the province.

Sask. Health Authority stops transfers of hospital patients to Warman care home after inspection

The Saskatchewan Health Authority has suspended Diamond House — a personal care home in Warman — from taking hospital patients in the wake of health and safety violations.

Sask. boasts record surgery numbers, but Opposition says province still behind

The Saskatchewan government is touting another record-breaking year of surgeries, but the Opposition NDP says the province is still lagging behind the rest of the country. 

Family devastated after cyberthieves steal $10,000 from bank account

Alana Regnier says her family is reeling after thousands of dollars were stolen from their BMO bank account.

Faba beans used to make plant-based wrap that also keeps food fresh for longer

A new plant-based film made from faba beans has the potential to keep meat and food fresher and replace plastic wraps, according to researchers at the University of Saskatchewan.

How some Sask. communities are preparing for the 2024 wildfire season

Last year was one of the most severe on record for wildfires in Saskatchewan.

Regina's Centennial Market in former Sears Outlet building losing its home after fire code violations

Regina's Centennial Market has been housed in the former Sears Clearance building for more than eight years, but organizers say Regina Fire and Protective Services recently found that the building isn’t up to code.

Some Saskatoon public libraries change hours in response to assault on workers

Police say two teenage girls assaulted an employee Monday at the Carlyle King Library on Laurier Drive in Saskatoon, and now several libraries in Saskatoon are changing their hours.

Union says assaults and abuse against correctional officers exploding

The union that represents federal correctional workers in Saskatchewan says front-line staff are seeing an increase in physical and verbal assaults.