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Anastasiia Bykhovskaia

Anastasiia Bykhovskaia

Anastasiia (Ana) Bykhovskaia is a content creator with SaskToday located in Estevan.
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 BA 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.

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Recent Work by Anastasiia

Finding Wonderland: Artist unveils new exhibition at Woodlawn park

Finding Wonderland: Artist unveils new exhibition at Woodlawn park

Estevan-based artist Bethany Dittmann introduced her latest exhibition Finding Wonderland on June 14 at Woodlawn Regional Park. As part of an artist's meet and greet, she walked the park with guests, talking about her creations, explaining the techniques and sharing stories. 
Estevan renal unit nurses hold second kidney walk

Estevan renal unit nurses hold second kidney walk

Organized by the St. Joseph's Hospital Renal Unit nurses and promoted by the Kidney Foundation of Canada, the event aimed to raise awareness and funds for kidney disease research and support for patients.
Flashback – June 16, 1976

Flashback – June 16, 1976

This week's flashback is from 1976.
Fire crews assist with single-vehicle incident

Fire crews assist with single-vehicle incident

Latest calls for the Estevan fire department.
Estevan Lions golf tournament sees steady support

Estevan Lions golf tournament sees steady support

The Estevan Lions Club hosted its 29th annual charity golf tournament, with proceeds split between CNIB and the Rusty Duce Park upgrades.
Estevan police chief resigns, but will continue work in Saskatchewan law enforcement

Estevan police chief resigns, but will continue work in Saskatchewan law enforcement

Lowen noted he plans to remain in Saskatchewan and continue his work in law enforcement. While he did not disclose his next role yet, he mentioned, "I'll be staying in the province and working with the entire province"​​.
Major donations put North Portal years ahead of the game

Major donations put North Portal years ahead of the game

The North Portal Village council received a delightful surprise at their annual Party in the Park fundraiser on June 8.
Photos: Through rain and sun, SMILE Parade and grads set records, opening Energy City Ex

Photos: Through rain and sun, SMILE Parade and grads set records, opening Energy City Ex

Despite the weather's early challenges, the event saw one of its largest turnouts, with over 50 entrants and participation from the 2024 Estevan Comprehensive School graduates.
Alameda 4-H Show & Sale celebrates record participation

Alameda 4-H Show & Sale celebrates record participation

The event, held at the Alameda Agricultural Society grounds and Chopper K Auction Mart, featured 108 members presenting 89 steers, 77 heifers and 20 cow-calf pairs.
Opinion: Estevan's bid for Scotties could be a game changer

Opinion: Estevan's bid for Scotties could be a game changer

An opinion piece on the impact the 2026 Scotties Tournament of Hearts would have on Estevan.
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