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Morgan Modjeski

Reporter

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Morgan Modjeski

Morgan is a reporter based in Saskatoon, Sask. He's worked as a freelance reporter for a number of publications including thetyee.ca, GawkerTV, Huffington Post Canada, VICE Canada and many others. He's held staff positions at the Fort McMurray Today, Metro Saskatoon, Metro Calgary and now works as a staff reporter with The StarPhoenix. Follow him on Twitter: @MorganM_SP

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Idle No More organizer wants consequences for Brazeau remarks

Some Idle No More organizers are asking for repercussions for Canadian Senator Patrick Brazeau after he made what some say are inappropriate comments about Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence at a Conservative fundraising event.
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Massive Idle No More flash mob hits Saskatoon mall

Idle No More protests continue to sweep the province as organizers say a round dance flash mob brought roughly 1,800 people to The Centre mall in Saskatoon on Thursday night. Like many of the Idle No More protests that are happening across the country, the flash mob at The Centre mall on 8th Street was aimed at Bill C-45, which was passed in the Canadian Senate on Dec.
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About

Morgan Modjeski

Covering everything and anything for the StarPhoenix, Morgan is a journalist interested in municipal and provincial affairs, Canadian crime and Canadian politics.

Covering a variety of beats, Morgan has worked as a staff reporter for Metro Saskatoon, Metro Calgary, the Fort McMurray Today and now works as a reporter for Postmedia at the StarPhoenix in Saskatoon.

Originally from Winnipeg MB, he has worked as a freelance reporter for a number publications including the Portage la Prairie Daily Graphic, the Winnipeg Sun, Metro Winnipeg, VICE Canada, the Huffington Post and a variety of other publications.

He's also interned at the award winning Vancouver based publication, thetyee.ca where he covered the 2009 British Columbia provincial election.

Alongside writing the news he enjoys photography, reading and a great cup of coffee.