Caley joined the Global Edmonton team in 2012, after graduating with honours from the Broadcast and Online Journalism program at the British Columbia Institute of Technology. She was a news writer and producer before taking on her current position as an online news producer.
Born and raised in Edmonton, Caley has been lucky enough to travel the world. Prior to her time at Global Edmonton, Caley worked for Carnival Cruise Lines as a professional dancer. During her five years on ships, she had the opportunity to visit 22 countries including Colombia, Panama, Spain, England, France, and numerous countries in the Caribbean.
When not at work or travelling, you can find Caley at the gym, taking a hot yoga class or spending time with her family and friends.
What started out as a couple of drawings and a pair of duct-tape soccer cleats, turned into a custom-made uniform and shoes for a young Edmonton soccer fan, thanks to Adidas. Continue reading →
James Joel Dunham, 40, was found dead in a residence near 101 Avenue and 153 Street at around 5:20 a.m. on Friday. Continue reading →
More than 200 Edmonton-based soldiers have been sent west to help with the ongoing response to the B.C. wildfires. Continue reading →
Firefighters were called to a home on Dunlop Wynd in south Leduc at around 11:23 p.m. Thursday. Continue reading →
The city has purchased two solar-powered watering trikes to water the approximately 100 planters along the downtown bike network. Continue reading →
A 31-year-old teacher with the Elk Island Public School Division has been charged with sexual offences in relation to a female student, Strathcona County RCMP said in a media release Thursday afternoon. Continue reading →
Police said a van was heading east on 28 Avenue when it struck an eastbound ETS bus. Continue reading →
One person was taken to hospital on Thursday after a stabbing in the community of Connaught. Continue reading →
A man and a woman, both from Calgary, have been charged with a list of offences following a high-speed chase that came to an end at CrossIron Mills mall on Wednesday afternoon. Continue reading →
A meeting was held Wednesday night between members of the Edmonton Police Service and community leaders to discuss the police force’s controversial street checks policy, but the meeting didn’t go as planned for everyone involved. Continue reading →
Jason Kenney spent just shy of $1.5 million on his campaign to become the leader of the Alberta Progressive Conservatives, a dollar figure nearly nine times what his fellow candidates spent. Continue reading →
Quentin and Samantha Ebertz are the lucky winners of the more than $435,000 Edmonton Eskimos’ 50/50 jackpot from Friday night’s game. Continue reading →
The Environment Canada special air quality statement remains in effect for the central and southern portion of the province, but was dropped in the Edmonton region Monday morning. Continue reading →
An investigation is now underway to determine what caused a popular ride at the Calgary Stampede to break down Saturday. The ride will not run until it is cleared and certified. Continue reading →
While it may not be the most traditional way of building, once you’re inside one of Edmonton’s newest apartments, you wouldn’t even know you’re standing inside what was once a shipping container. Continue reading →