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Anastasiia Bykhovskaia

Anastasiia Bykhovskaia

Anastasiia (Ana) Bykhovskaia is a general reporter with the Estevan Mercury.
Hailing from St-Petersburg, Russia, Ana started her career in online media in 2010. Her professional experience started with working as a news editor at the Internet-TV channel Piter.TV. She later took on an online lifestyle project called Modorama, where she was a chief editor and publisher. Ana also had a chance to work in TV journalism, where she tried herself as a news producer for the daily news show Incident Chronicle, broadcasted on St-Petersburg's TV100.
Later in life, she moved to Canada and settled in Estevan. Ana earned her undergraduate degree in International Journalism from St-Petersburg State University in Russia and her MA in Peace and Conflict Studies from the University of Manitoba and the University of Winnipeg.

Recent Work by Anastasiia

Prairie Winds support Ronald McDonald House

Prairie Winds support Ronald McDonald House

Priarie Winds presented proceeds from their latest charitable bike ride to Estevan McDonald's, to be directed to Ronald McDonald House in Saskatoon
Southern Plains Co-op Cares spotlight: Royal Canadian Legion Estevan Branch

Southern Plains Co-op Cares spotlight: Royal Canadian Legion Estevan Branch

Co-op Cares special spotlights Estevan's branch of Royal Canadian Legion.
Lampman author Ulrich releases her latest women's hockey fiction book Shootout

Lampman author Ulrich releases her latest women's hockey fiction book Shootout

"I want them to be really proud and to feel that I've done justice to their story," author Maureen Ulrich about real female hockey players and others that inspired some characters in her new book
United Way Estevan is to surpass the $10M fundraising milestone

United Way Estevan is to surpass the $10M fundraising milestone

"It's going to be another exciting year for our 45th annual telethon. Our goal this year is $345,000. And all our efforts are going to be put into reaching that goal by the end of the weekend, October 16. However, it's also going to be a very exciting year for milestones," said United Way Estevan president Danny Ewen.
Nature doesn't have bad seasons, does it?

Nature doesn't have bad seasons, does it?

An opinion piece on mood changes during the seasonal changes.
One kilometre of earthwork left for pathway project in Estevan

One kilometre of earthwork left for pathway project in Estevan

The city wants to make sure we get all that earthwork done before the fall and winter sets in.
Estevan Mercury Flashback – Wednesday, Oct. 18, 1995

Estevan Mercury Flashback – Wednesday, Oct. 18, 1995

This week's flashback.
Estevan fire chief issues reminder after carbon monoxide alarm

Estevan fire chief issues reminder after carbon monoxide alarm

Fire crews were alerted by three alarms over the past few days.
Warm Welcome Kitchen in Estevan is starting a new season on Oct. 19

Warm Welcome Kitchen in Estevan is starting a new season on Oct. 19

New kitchen co-ordinator hired
Passing trains resulted in two fires by Estevan

Passing trains resulted in two fires by Estevan

Fire crews were called to fires potentially set up by passing trains west of Estevan