Brady Lang, 650 CKOM

Brady Lang

650 CKOM

Saskatoon, SK, Canada

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Past articles by Brady:

Winter storm watch in effect for most of Saskatchewan

It's going to be a snowy night Monday in Saskatchewan. According to Environment Canada, a low-pressure system ... → Read More

Sask. Federation of Labour demands government action on fifth wave

Our province's labour federation isn't happy with the way Saskatchewan's government has handled previous waves... → Read More

‘Our infrastructure is failing:’ After over 50 years, Elmwood prepares residents moving to new homes

All 30 residents at Elmwood Residences will be moving within the next three to five years. The group home for ... → Read More

Fake IDs may be a way of the past, thanks to vaccine passports

The days of grabbing the ID card of your brother, sister or friend to get into the bar underage may be over. W... → Read More

What to do in Saskatoon on the first National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

It's going to be a busy first day of Canada's latest statutory holiday. The National Day for Truth and Reconci... → Read More

‘Tickets will be laid:’ Saskatoon Police, Mayor on PPC election night rally

"Tickets will be laid." Those were the words of Saskatoon Police Deputy Chief Randy Huisman on the Brent Louck... → Read More

‘Test, trace and isolate:’ Concerned citizens gather at Merriman’s Saskatoon office

Chants about the province's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic - geared at Health Minister Paul Merriman and Pr... → Read More

RNA load in Saskatoon’s wastewater increases slightly, but there are signs of COVID slowdown

Whichever way you look at it, there's good and bad news coming from the University of Saskatchewan's wastewate... → Read More

Inmate dies in custody at Prince Albert Penitentiary

A man serving just over two and a half years has died at the Prince Albert Penitentiary. According to a releas... → Read More

Motorcyclist clocked going over 200 km/h, now facing charges

It's likely to be a hefty fine for one motorcyclist travelling just outside Saskatoon city limits. According t... → Read More

Timeline on COVID shots for those under 12 pushed back: Blondeau

Originally, September was supposed to be the month when kids under the age of 12 were to be able to get vaccin... → Read More

Thunder, Hilltops victorious Sunday, both move to 2-0

Another pair of wins for the Saskatchewan Canadian Junior Football League teams Sunday. The Regina Thunder had... → Read More

Saskatoon Public releases back to school plans prior to Sept. 1 start date

There's an additional need on the class lists for the upcoming school year for parents. Masks will be a part o... → Read More

STF calls for mandatory vaccinations for education sector, including students 12 and up

Moving into the 2021 school year, the Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation (STF) wants every eligible person invo... → Read More

Saskatoon Ex sets attendance record in 2021

A lot of people showed up for the Saskatoon Exhibition in 2021 - enough to set an all-time record. According t... → Read More

Nearly 4,000 customers left without power due to transmission damage, birds

Many were left in the dark Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning, due to multiple power outages. The first ... → Read More

Saskatoon bar sees COVID exposure alert

A popular Saskatoon bar has been linked to "increased COVID-19 activity," according to the health authority. P... → Read More

Regina software engineer develops text line for vaccination availability

Brock Lumbard is making it easier to find where you can get your COVID-19 vaccinations across Saskatchewan. The 22-year-old Regina-born software engin... → Read More

STF says no current plan for education to move online; nearly 80 Saskatoon classes in isolation

The number continues to change day by day, but many Saskatoon students are at home due to positive COVID-19 ca... → Read More

SGEU looking for ‘optional accommodations’ for Saskatoon jail staff amid COVID outbreak

The Saskatoon Correctional Centre is dealing with a major COVID-19 outbreak. The facility is now up to 130 act... → Read More