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Lisa Joy

Lisa Joy

Lisa Joy is an international and national award-winning journalist who has been in the industry for more than three decades.
She has worked as an editor and reporter in Alberta, British Columbia, and Saskatchewan.
She is originally from B.C., and in her spare time enjoys the outdoors and reading true crime. She was also a licensed private investigator in Alberta.
Lisa covers the crime and court beat in Central and Northern Saskatchewan for SaskToday.ca.

Recent Work by Lisa

Dangerous offender last seen in Calgary could be in Saskatchewan: RCMP

Dangerous offender last seen in Calgary could be in Saskatchewan: RCMP

A dangerous offender wanted in Alberta on a Canada-wide warrant may be in North Battleford or Saskatoon but his current whereabouts are unknown, say police.
The Edmonton murder that led to Tiki Laverdiere's murder in Saskatchewan

The Edmonton murder that led to Tiki Laverdiere's murder in Saskatchewan

The murder of Tristen Cook-Buckle in Edmonton, Alta., set off a chain of events that would lead to the brutal gang murder of Tiki Laverdiere weeks later in North Battleford, Sask.
Canadian who fled Bermuda sentenced in absentia to jail for indecent act

Canadian who fled Bermuda sentenced in absentia to jail for indecent act

A Saskatchewan man who calls himself Sir Brent Habetler and claimed to be third cousin to Queen Elizabeth II – was found guilty in Bermuda Magistrates Court on April 5 and was to be sentenced April 8 on charges of committing an indecent act and assault, but left Bermuda.
Saskatchewan axe the tax protesters encouraged to join Cochrane group

Saskatchewan axe the tax protesters encouraged to join Cochrane group

On Tuesday, protesters in Saskatchewan were encouraging others to go to Cochrane, Alta., to help with what they called a “heavy police presence” there of officers in riot gear and packing semi-automatic weapons.
Axe the Tax protests ongoing at provincial border highways

Axe the Tax protests ongoing at provincial border highways

Carbon tax protest is being held on the Yellowhead Highway between Lloydminster, Alta. and North Battleford, Sask.
Life in Sask Pen 'nasty, brutish and short,' says judge

Life in Sask Pen 'nasty, brutish and short,' says judge

A fight broke out between members of the same street gang on a maximum security unit, court heard.
Saskatoon police charge two youths, 12 and 13, in death of 12-year-old

Saskatoon police charge two youths, 12 and 13, in death of 12-year-old

A 12-year-old boy was taken to a Saskatoon hospital where he died a short time later.
Edmonton man to stand trial in Saskatchewan court: Money laundering, drugs

Edmonton man to stand trial in Saskatchewan court: Money laundering, drugs

Saskatchewan RCMP seized hundreds of thousands of dollars of cash, a restricted handgun, two loaded magazines, and a large amount of methamphetamine from an Edmonton man now accused of money laundering and drug trafficking.
Rising homicide rates alarm Saskatchewan RCMP: Three in 29 hours

Rising homicide rates alarm Saskatchewan RCMP: Three in 29 hours

Only one month into 2024 and RCMP have investigated five homicides and Saskatoon Police Service are investigating one homicide.
Former Canadian National Party leader uses sentencing hearing to spew manifesto of hate

Former Canadian National Party leader uses sentencing hearing to spew manifesto of hate

Justice John P. Morrall said incarceration was appropriate and noted Patron’s previous conviction of a hate crime against Jewish people.
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