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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 the Battlefords Regional News-Optimist and SASKTODAY.ca.

Email
ljoy@glaciermedia.ca

Recent Work by Lisa

Investigate Indigenous man's death in B.C. prison as hate crime, says advocate

Investigate Indigenous man's death in B.C. prison as hate crime, says advocate

Prisoner and Indigenous rights advocates allege that Kendal Campeau was abused by guards in a B.C. prison before his death.
Man accused of trying to hit couple with vehicle in parking lot

Man accused of trying to hit couple with vehicle in parking lot

Saskatoon Police say that a man and woman were in a parking lot when another man tried to hit them with his vehicle before he chased the man on foot and stabbed him.
N. B'ford man ordered to pay woman $160K in damages for 'revenge porn'

N. B'ford man ordered to pay woman $160K in damages for 'revenge porn'

A North Battleford man has been ordered to pay a woman $160,000 in damages for posting revenge porn photos on the Internet.
Update: Soaring Eagle Whitstone gets life in Tiki Laverdiere's murder

Update: Soaring Eagle Whitstone gets life in Tiki Laverdiere's murder

There is a ban on the publication of all preliminary hearings, trials, and sentencing hearings until the trials of all the co-accused are concluded.
Journalist association slams Sask. attempt to 'muzzle' Saulteaux sisters

Journalist association slams Sask. attempt to 'muzzle' Saulteaux sisters

The Canadian Association of Journalists supports CBC and APTN fighting the publication ban that would prevent media from reporting on evidence at the hearing for sisters Nerissa and Odelia Quewezance. The Crown is also seeking to have the records sealed.
Saulteaux sisters' bail hearing proceeding today in Yorkton

Saulteaux sisters' bail hearing proceeding today in Yorkton

A Crown prosecutor has applied for a discretionary publication ban and to seal court records in the bail hearing of Odelia and Nerissa Quewezance and advocates say the sisters are being muzzled.
Indigenous man accuses North Battleford pool staff of racism

Indigenous man accuses North Battleford pool staff of racism

An Indigenous man says he and his family were traumatized after an alleged racist incident at a swimming pool in North Battleford.
Regina man charged with child porn offences appears in court

Regina man charged with child porn offences appears in court

Chance Longman was arrested after the Saskatchewan ICE Unit raided a home in Regina in August.
Saskatoon mom accused of faking death, abducting child appears in court

Saskatoon mom accused of faking death, abducting child appears in court

The woman allegedly abducted her child and faked her death before fleeing to the United States.
N. B'ford man arrested in $55M drug bust has court appearance

N. B'ford man arrested in $55M drug bust has court appearance

Russell Ens was arrested in a cross-border investigation that resulted in the seizure of firearms, $7M in property including bank accounts, a $3.5M home in Niagara-on-the-Lake, two Lamborghinis, a Porsche, classic cars, $200,000 cash, and $55M in drugs. 
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