Emily Olsen was thrilled to join the Global Lethbridge team as a videographer in August 2019, shortly before graduating from the Radio and Television Broadcast program at NAIT.
She was born and raised in Edmonton, and is a self-described “‘Berta girl.”
Before joining the Global Lethbridge team, Emily completed her practicum placement, working on Vancouver Island, creating stories for both television and radio newscasts, as well as doing live radio hits and anchoring.
Emily loves telling strong, character-based stories and getting to know the people that make a community thrive.
Students will be asked to have reusable masks as part of school supply lists. Continue reading →
“It was shocking actually, that they would just announce it in a public statement rather than consulting with us prior to this.” Continue reading →
Transit operators in Lethbridge say they have seen many people already following the new mask protocol for city buses. Continue reading →
Identification tags are now being given to Alaska-goers at the Coutts border crossing with a deadline to leave and a list of restrictions while on Canadian soil. Continue reading →
“Pivot. How are you going to pivot your business? It’s the buzzword of the day right now,” Duchan said. Continue reading →
The search has ended for a 33-year-old Lethbridge man previously reported missing in B.C. Continue reading →
Athletes from Canada’s Olympic judo team are in Lethbridge this summer as they use the city’s training facilities to prepare for the upcoming summer Olympics in Tokyo. Continue reading →
The Lethbridge Sport Council is partnering with local Indigenous groups to incorporate more rhythm-based elements in its Roving Gyms program this summer. Continue reading →
Lethbridge public superintendent Cheryl Gilmore said that the public division has already spent around half-a-million dollars of operational funds on PPE and COVID-19 preparations. Continue reading →
“When there is no revenue coming in, without government support, there is no way you’re going to make it.” Continue reading →
As Alberta continues its relaunch, automotive registries are receiving plenty of calls each day about long wait times to book road tests. Continue reading →
The report is the first of two examining the role of temporary foreign workers and the risks they face. Continue reading →
The woman’s body was found behind the Southern Alberta Art Gallery on Wednesday morning. Continue reading →
The Canadian Grain Commission reported that international exports of barley more than doubled from April to May of this year — largely due to Chinese interest. Continue reading →