The 16-year old climate activist shared on social media that she’s coming to Alberta.
Cassandra Jodoin is the producer of Shaye Ganam.
Cassandra has been with 630 CHED and Global News Radio 880 Edmonton since early 2016. A graduate of SAIT Polytechnic in Calgary, she’d known she wanted to be in broadcast journalism since high school.
Once she got accepted to the radio, television, broadcast news program at SAIT, Cassandra had her sights set on making a career in sports broadcasting, but once in the program, found she loved the fast pace of news.
She completed her practicum in Lloydminster, Alta. in 2014 before graduating and heading out to her first job in Whitehorse, Yukon.
While in the great white north, Cassandra had the opportunity to cover a multitude of events including the 2014 Junior Men’s World Softball Championship and the Whitehorse stop on the prime minister’s northern tour.
She then moved back to Alberta in Drayton Valley where she was the news director, morning show co-host and sometimes ran the entire morning show herself.
When she’s not in the newsroom, Cassandra is out on the soccer field or the baseball diamond, or walking her sister’s two dogs, hoping they won’t notice that she’s taking them home.
A group of climbers were on the north side of Mt. Athabasca when they found the old Second World War-era explosive.
RCMP are investigating a fatal collision east of Edmonton.
An Edmonton area woman’s idea for a diaper drive has taken off better than she expected.
An early morning crash in south Edmonton has claimed the life of a 24-year-old man.
An early morning collision on Sherwood Park Freeway sent two people to hospital.
Canadians still aren’t completely clear on what they need when it comes to travel insurance, according to a recent study.
Supply and demand is a big factor in rent increases, with vacancy rates just not where they need to be.
The Edmonton Oilers have traded forward Ryan Spooner in exchange for forward Sam Gagner.
A man is in hospital after an early morning crash Sunday between a large tow truck and a sand truck.
A man died after a disturbance Saturday night in central Edmonton.
A letter-writing campaign started by a Grande Prairie tow truck company is urging Alberta’s transportation minister to legislate changes to allow tow trucks to have blue lights.
The Correctional Service of Canada said it is reviewing the circumstances surrounding the inmate’s death but has not released any further information.
In a post on his Instagram page, the rapper said he made the decision not to perform at the bar Jan. 16 after hearing about Mohamed Abdi’s death.
As a result, Saturday night’s game against the University of Calgary Dinos, originally scheduled for 7 p.m. at Clare Drake Arena, has been postponed.