Jason Warick is a reporter with CBC Saskatoon.
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Nurses' union frustrated by unprecedented crowding in Saskatoon's largest hospital
Saskatoon's largest hospital is facing record overcrowding, and officials need to do more to fix the problem, says the president of the provincial nurses' union.
Bidding for Sask. mystery hockey card box tops $2 million
Rich Mueller of the Indiana-based website Sports Collectors Daily said the family's discoveries are similar to holding a winning lottery ticket, as they are also selling more than a dozen other boxes of unopened hockey and baseball cards.
Patient, nurses sound alarm after union says extreme overcrowding forced unprecedented call for help
A Saskatoon woman says she was placed in a hospital bed Tuesday morning that partially blocked the main entrance to the emergency room because there was no other space available.
Gretzky rookie cards could be hiding in mystery collection put up for auction by Sask. family
A Saskatchewan family has discovered what some are calling the Holy Grail of sports collectibles. It's a large case filled with thousands of unopened O-Pee-Chee brand cards, all from 1979 — Wayne Gretzky's rookie year.
Nearly all victims died within minutes of attack, James Smith massacre inquest hears
A faster emergency response would not have saved any of the 11 victims in the 2022 stabbing massacre at James Smith Cree Nation and village of Weldon, an inquest heard Friday.
James Smith Cree Nation inquest hears from pathologist Thursday
A forensic pathologist began testifying Thursday morning about causes of death at the inquest into the 11 deaths that happened during a stabbing massacre in 2022 at James Smith Cree Nation and village of Weldon, Sask.
Treaty commissioner questions 'colonial' nature of James Smith massacre inquest
The eight day of the coroner's inquest into the stabbing massacre that occurred at James Smith Cree Nation in 2022 is underway. Speakers from the parole system and the correction system talked about killer Miles Sanderson's past Tuesday.
James Smith Cree Nation inquest hears from killer's parole officer
The second week of the coroner's inquest into the stabbing massacre that occurred at James Smith Cree Nation in 2022 began Monday.
James Smith inquest hears about how RCMP prioritize warrants as 2nd week gets underway
The coroner's inquest into the September 2022 stabbing massacre at James Smith Cree Nation begins its second of three weeks on Monday.
Officer who was among 1st to respond to James Smith massacre testifies at inquest
RCMP Const. Tanner Maynard was one of the first officers to arrive at James Smith that morning.