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.
A 20-year-old man wanted for attempted murder and several other offences has been arrested. Continue reading →
An Alberta man has been given a 23-and-a-half-year sentence for repeatedly sexually assaulting his three daughters over a six-year period. Continue reading →
Part of the refurbishment project at the Edmonton blood donor clinic was to introduce the Donor Centre of the Future design concept — a national initiative that aims to enhance the donor experience. Continue reading →
Two people have been charged with 80 firearm- and drug-related offences following an investigation in Red Deer. Continue reading →
Impaired driving-related charges have been laid against a 36-year-old Edmonton man after a cyclist was struck and killed by a vehicle in central Alberta over the weekend. Continue reading →
RCMP said the girl was struck by a minivan as she was walking in a marked crosswalk in Morinville, Alta., on Monday morning. Continue reading →
Work is underway to remove the red brick crosswalks from nearly a dozen locations along 124 Street. Continue reading →
The association said it expelled Bob Baker’s membership on June 23, following the findings of a “disciplinary committee relating to a safe and respectful workplace complaint.” Continue reading →
Do you leave your garage door opener in your vehicle? Edmonton police are out with a warning against the practice amid a spike in the number of break-ins targeting the devices. Continue reading →
Edmonton police say their hate crimes unit is investigating blog posts made by a far-right organization, targeting a local LGBTQ gym. Continue reading →
The Alberta government hopes to reconvene the legislature two weeks earlier than planned for the fall session. Continue reading →
After more than a month in the dark, the streetlights are back on in a central Edmonton neighbourhood. Continue reading →
As a way to help reduce wait times for road tests in Alberta, the government plans to license private examiners to conduct the tests. Continue reading →
After three years, a group of goats used to manage weeds at a north Edmonton park is saying farewell. Continue reading →
A 17-year-old boy is dead following a crash in Fort McMurray over the weekend. Continue reading →