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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

Southeast search and rescue chapter approved

Southeast search and rescue chapter approved

Southeast Saskatchewan will soon have its own group of trained volunteers being able to join first responders for search and rescue operations.
Less than one per cent intentionally refuses vaccination: health ministry

Less than one per cent intentionally refuses vaccination: health ministry

There are currently no confirmed cases of measles in Saskatchewan. The Saskatchewan health ministry wants to keep it that way. The ministry is encouraging people in the province to make sure that their vaccination is up to date.
Video: Michelle Wright invites everybody to join her at the Orpheum

Video: Michelle Wright invites everybody to join her at the Orpheum

One of Canada’s most recognized female country singers, Michelle Wright has been on the road for 37 years. And her life is still filled with music, performances and tours.
If it’s too cold for you, it’s too cold for your pet

If it’s too cold for you, it’s too cold for your pet

Looks like the cold weather came to Estevan to stay. After last week’s extremely cold days, when the windchill was well below -40C, this week's -20C day highs feel almost fine. But this weather still might be quite dangerous for pets.
Candace Carnahan: “Three Canadians are dying every day at work”

Candace Carnahan: “Three Canadians are dying every day at work”

The parking lot at the Southeast College's Estevan campus was fully packed this afternoon with pickup trucks. Local industries' employees and labourers gathered at the conference hall for the Independent Well Servicing Safety Stand Down.