“It’s been an incredible journey, it’s been an incredible experience and I’ll honestly always remember my time and my years with the Edmonton Football Club.”
Allison Bench has been with Global Edmonton since 2014, when she was originally hired as a News Producer. She joined the online team in September 2019.
She grew up in Winnipeg, and has a BA in Political Studies from the University of Manitoba, as well as a Creative Communications diploma from Red River College.
After graduation, Allison began her career in northern B.C. as a video and radio journalist before making the move to Edmonton.
In her spare time, Allison enjoys running, watching too many movies and trying not to eat entire bags of chips in one sitting.
The ATA surveyed 3,500 Alberta teachers and school staff with results showing 91 per cent of teachers are unhappy with the UCP’s draft grade school curriculum.
‘Our Game: Road to the 2021 World Juniors’ is a three-part documentary series that gives fans insight into the inner workings of the tournament.
Mobile medical services provider Numi Health Inc. partnered with Alberta Health Services to offer the pilot testing program at EIA.
Support workers at the iHuman Youth Society in Edmonton say they’ve seen an increase in youth needing help amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We hear a lot about people having upper back discomfort, lots with neck issues, and then a lot of reporting lately around severe eye strain,” said Dr. Linda Miller,
Of the 4,776 currently active COVID-19 cases in Alberta, 509 are variants.
Alberta Health Services will be returning on Monday to do an additional round of COVID-19 testing on all residents at Churchill Manor.
Alberta added 388 new cases of COVID-19 Sunday, including two of the first confirmed Brazil variant cases in the province.
A study out of the University of Alberta shows coyotes that live in urban areas are becoming more unhealthy and are seeing higher rates of a parasite that can be fatal to humans.
One day after Global News ran a story on a racist display that has been up for years in the town of Vermilion, the signs have been removed.
Homes will receive a large cart to put their garbage bags in, as well as two food scraps bins: one small for in-kitchen use and a large for outdoor storage and pickup.
Matthew Jordan Gladue’s family is pleading for information from the public in relation to his death.
The first Costco Business Centre, which differs from Costo Wholesale locations, will open in Edmonton on April 6.
Concerns are growing regarding how Alberta’s provincial budget cuts are going to “disproportionally” hit the University of Alberta.