The winner of the Canada-wide competition will win $100,000 to make a difference in their community, and a Canmore minor hockey team has just made the finals. Continue reading
Growing up in BC’s Creston Valley, Cami Kepke was introduced to the world of broadcasting as a teenage play-by-play announcer for the local junior ‘B’ hockey team.
She graduated with honours from the Broadcast News Program at the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology in 2015.
Kepke’s career began in Northern BC as a radio reporter and team host for the Prince George Cougars, before crossing the country to join CTV Atlantic. With a passion for telling unique news and sports stories, she won an RTDNA for Sports Feature Reporting in 2017.
She joined the Global Regina team as a Digital Broadcast Journalist/Anchor in the spring of 2018.
Kepke has appeared on hockey broadcasts in more than 10 different leagues, and worked with several of Canada’s National Teams. She’s happiest when she’s climbing a mountain, nailing a takeout in curling, or covering rock classics on bass.
An earthquake hit the Banff region on Saturday night, according to town officials. Continue reading →
“Our training group here in Calgary is maybe a maximum of five, six guys… A lot of these guys are peer support for each of us.” Continue reading →
Not only will the Hitmen have a new rink, players and select staff will also be housed at the Grey Eagle Resort to reduce their contact with the outside world. Continue reading →
“We all know that one day we will have to hang up our skates but no one expected a pandemic to make that decision for us.” Continue reading →
The Heat are the fifth club to relocate for the unusual season, while three other teams have opted out of competition. Continue reading →
Three CFL players have cracked the roster for Canada’s national bobsleigh squad. Continue reading →
Blasty the horse will ride again in the 2021 NHL season. Continue reading →
From the ‘Bronks to the infamous British “Tea Bowl,” Calgary’s football and military history are forever intertwined. Continue reading →
The Stampede Corral may be headed for the wrecking ball, but Flames alumni say the memories will endure as the team celebrates 40 years in Calgary. Continue reading →
Indigenous tourism was growing in Alberta before the pandemic hit. Now, many operators hope their doors will still be open when travel restrictions ease. Continue reading →
A Calgary-based optometrist is helping athletes with unconventional training to improve eyesight. Continue reading →
The interactive online program focuses on symptoms, recovery and supporting teammates in hopes of improving the number of players recognizing their injuries. Continue reading →
Veteran players say it was an easy decision to return to the AJHL for their final year, but with many of them on the hunt for scholarships, they’ll have to work harder to attract universities. Continue reading →
The Calgary Olympics were a turning point that shot the young figure skater to superstardom, but only four years earlier, she had quit the sport to address her depression and anxiety. Continue reading →