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Tyson Off

Tyson Off


Tyson Off is a reporter photographer for Sask Today.

In 2019, Off enrolled in the Media Production program with Saskatchewan Polytechnic and graduated with distinction in 2021.

After completing his education in Saskatoon, Off returned to his hometown of Yorkton in January of 2022 where he began working for Yorkton This Week.

Off has spent the better part of two decades practicing photography, filmmaking, sound and video editing, as well as writing, livestream broadcasting and other forms of new media, both professionally and as a hobbyist.

Off thanks Calvin Daniels and John Bauman for giving him a chance in an industry that he's always respected and admired.

Recent Work by Tyson

Co-op dishes out pie for Good Buy To Hunger

Co-op dishes out pie for Good Buy To Hunger

Efforts raised $33,871 for the community.
Yorkton Farm Toy Show features collectibles

Yorkton Farm Toy Show features collectibles

Free My Muse performs "The B Team" at SHHS

Free My Muse performs "The B Team" at SHHS

Decades old artwork up for auction at GDAG

Decades old artwork up for auction at GDAG

Auction contains works dating back to the 1960s through the 2000s.
Aboriginal Storytelling Month underway

Aboriginal Storytelling Month underway

YORKTON – February 1st marked the start of Sask. Aboriginal Storytelling Month.
St. Michael's celebrates 'One School, One Book'

St. Michael's celebrates 'One School, One Book'

Goal of event was to promote family literacy and encourage a love of reading.
Youth entrepreneurship fair supports HFH

Youth entrepreneurship fair supports HFH

Craft show part of BGC's Lead Up 2.0 initiative.
BGC hosts Terriers for dodgeball

BGC hosts Terriers for dodgeball

Organizers hope other groups will consider participating in future gym nights.
CRA recipients honoured at city hall

CRA recipients honoured at city hall

Awards recognize recipients in three categories:
Maulers look to find billet for next season

Maulers look to find billet for next season

Billet coordinator says finding families to host isn't always easy.
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