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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 position as an online journalist.
Caley is currently the online supervisor in Alberta, leading the online teams in Edmonton, Calgary and Lethbridge.
Prior to her time at Global Edmonton, Caley worked for Carnival Cruise Line as a professional dancer.
Alberta’s chief medical officer of health is clarifying a plea she made for health-care workers to sign up for COVID-19 vaccine appointments. Continue reading →
The RCMP’s National Child Exploitation Crime Centre became aware of a suspect who allegedly distributed child sexual abuse materials in an online chat group last year. Continue reading →
At around 3 p.m. Wednesday, Suncor responded to the incident at its Base Camp, which is located north of Fort McMurray. Continue reading →
In a statement on Twitter Thursday morning, the premier said Rehn will sit as an independent MLA and not be permitted to run for a future UCP nomination. Continue reading →
Eleven people have been charged following a drug trafficking investigation that police say extended into the Bowden Institution. Continue reading →
Just after noon on Friday, Jan. 8, RCMP were called to a “kidnapping in progress” at the Bear Hills Truck Stop, which is located along the QEII Highway southeast of Wetaskiwin. Continue reading →
At around 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 6, police were called “under suspicious circumstances” to a home in the area of 111 Street and 78 Avenue. Continue reading →
At around 5:18 a.m., Edmonton Fire Rescue Services received a call from an alarm company, alerting them to a smoke alarm going off at the Edmonton Clansmen Rugby Club. Continue reading →
The Public Health Agency of Canada confirmed late Friday night that the country’s first case of the South African variant of COVID-19 has been detected in Alberta. Continue reading →
Four people were able to make it out safely after a fire broke out in the basement of a duplex in southeast Calgary Friday afternoon. Continue reading →
The announcement on schools and restrictions came as Alberta reported 968 new cases of COVID-19 Thursday, along with 24 additional deaths from the disease. Continue reading →
At around 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, police said they attended a residence in the area of 111 Street and 78 Avenue “under suspicious circumstances.” Continue reading →
A 34-year-old man has been charged after two Edmonton police officers were injured when a suspect vehicle fled from officers late Tuesday night. Continue reading →
Alberta Health Services said it currently has approximately 1,250 contact tracers working across the province. The original goal was to have 1,600 in place by the end of December. Continue reading →
Health Minister Tyler Shandro and Alberta’s chief medical officer of health Dr. Deena Hinshaw issued a joint statement to “definitively address this inaccurate information.” Continue reading →