Adam Brilz was born and raised in the Edmonton area and has always had a passion for letting people know what they need to know.
Adam graduated from NAIT’s Radio and Television Arts program and quickly moved to CTV Edmonton as an intern in the sports department.
Adam got his first job in the industry at Saskatoon Media Group where he spent the next four years as a news reporter and anchor at CJWW. During his time at Saskatchewan’s most listened to radio station, he covered everything from city council and provincial politics, to agricultural news and court cases. He joined the team at 630 CHED and Global News Radio 880 Edmonton in December 2017.
When he’s not on the air, Adam enjoys spending time with friends and family, or taking a bike along Edmonton’s beautiful river valley.
This year’s marathon will take place August 18, with events including five- and 10-kilometre races and half and full marathons. Continue reading →
“Would you be prepared to leave your home for up to a week within the next half hour, and to make sure you take all the things with you that are essential?” Continue reading →
A Red Deer racer’s goal to compete in one of the world’s biggest open wheel series will continue on, for now. Continue reading →
Red Deer’s Parker Thompson is learning first-hand that the road to North American racing success isn’t just based on track performance. Continue reading →
Sixty-four teams from across the province — and as far away as Australia — will be taking part in this year’s Alberta Pond Hockey Championship. Continue reading →
Stefan Rzadzinski is one of 12 drivers in the inaugural season of the Jaguar I-Pace eTrophy, the first ever international race series for a production battery-electric vehicle. Continue reading →
An Alberta psychiatrist says the mental health supports brought in after the Fort McMurray wildfires of May 2016 haven’t done enough to help students. Continue reading →
New impaired driving laws, which are part of Bill C-46, give police across Canada the authority to demand breathalyzer tests from any driver they pull over. Continue reading →
However, in Alberta and Atlantic Canada, more than 60 per cent of survey respondents would support an increase in oil tanker traffic around B.C.’s South Coast. Continue reading →
Officers responded to a call at 1:40 a.m. Sunday to the Alibi Ultra Lounge at the corner of Jasper Avenue and 100 Street. Continue reading →
With temperatures below zero Sunday morning, it felt a bit more like Christmas as motorcyclists gathered for the 630 CHED Santas Anonymous Edmonton Toy Run. Continue reading →
Dr. Kerry Courneya at the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Kinesiology says exercise, not rest, may be the best option to cope with cancer treatments. Continue reading →
One Canadian’s courageous run in the face of adversity continues to inspire people across the country nearly four decades later. Continue reading →
One University of Alberta researcher believes obesity discrimination is as common as racism. Continue reading →
There will be plenty of emotions as the Humboldt Broncos play their first game since the tragic April 6 bus crash. Continue reading →