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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.

Email
abykhovskaia@estevanmercury.ca

Recent Work by Anastasiia

Envision's 50/50 for a Cause returns with up to $30K up for grabs

Envision's 50/50 for a Cause returns with up to $30K up for grabs

The annual 50/50 for a Cause is starting March 4 with 6,000 tickets up for sale.
Saskatchewan libraries host Aboriginal storyteller

Saskatchewan libraries host Aboriginal storyteller

As part of the Saskatchewan Aboriginal Storytelling Month, Heather O'Watch visited the Estevan Public Library on Feb. 27
Column: Let's talk about … what we usually don't

Column: Let's talk about … what we usually don't

An opinion piece on the rise of syphilis cases in Canada and elsewhere.
Estevan men among the world's few 7th-degree taekwon-do black belts

Estevan men among the world's few 7th-degree taekwon-do black belts

The Estevan Taekwon-do Club members, who have dedicated over 35 years to the sport, were recently tested for seventh-degree black belts, which carries a designation of master.
Oxbow hosts successful Winter Art Show

Oxbow hosts successful Winter Art Show

The library collected and displayed artwork by local artists, and then invited the community over for a cultural night out. There were no rules, and all mediums, experience levels and ages were welcome to participate.
Estevan Mercury Flashback – March 6, 1985

Estevan Mercury Flashback – March 6, 1985

This week's flashback.
Estevan Arts Council brings back winter camps

Estevan Arts Council brings back winter camps

After four years of a break, the Estevan Arts Council brought its winter arts camp back to the delight of many local families.
Photos: Coldest Night of the Year fundraiser sees growth

Photos: Coldest Night of the Year fundraiser sees growth

For the first time, the walk was held in Carnduff, but virtual walks also took place in Estevan and Fort Qu'Appelle. A total of 46 people partook in the event.
Estevan Mercury Flashback – March 6, 1985

Estevan Mercury Flashback – March 6, 1985

This week's flashback.
Estevan Kinettes deliver the local support to TeleMiracle

Estevan Kinettes deliver the local support to TeleMiracle

REGINA - Five members of the Estevan Kinettes were in Regina this past weekend helping miracles happen. TeleMiracle – Saskatchewan's Charity – wrapped up its 48th edition Sunday. As of 5 p.m.
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