After finishing her journalism degree with distinction, Kaylen Small jumped into producing television news for CBC Edmonton in 2016, learning tons about how the broadcast world worked. She later transitioned into web and radio, tailoring each story for the platform.
The Edmontonian shot, wrote, voiced and edited stories on an array of topics, including domestic violence, sexual harassment, masculinity, loss, vigils, rallies, dancing, weed, dandelions, bowling, local businesses, floods, trains and signs.
Then in 2018, Kaylen headed down the QEII to Calgary to dive into cyberspace as an online journalist with Global News.
The four per cent tax hotels already pay in the province will now be applied to short-term rentals, according to the government. Continue reading →
Hunter Van Mackelberg, 19, was charged with second-degree murder, police said Wednesday. Continue reading →
Strangers allegedly threw garbage and pointed a gun at a man in the Valley Ridge neighbourhood on Tuesday, “possibly because of his race,” police said. Continue reading →
The City of Calgary officially launched its ward boundary review on Monday by hosting an open house to let people look at the proposed changes. Continue reading →
A 40-year-old man is dead after a single-vehicle crash on the Trans-Canada Highway near Medicine Hat, Alta., on Monday, according to police. Continue reading →
Calgary police confirmed Monday that speed and alcohol were factors in a fatal single-vehicle crash over the weekend. Continue reading →
In honour of National Aviation Day and the 111th anniversary of powered flight in Canada, Calgarians headed to the Hangar Flight Museum to celebrate on Sunday. Continue reading →
More than 100 people dove into freezing waters for the Polar Plunge in Calgary on Saturday. Continue reading →
Officers said the single-vehicle crash happened on Saturday after 4 p.m. Continue reading →
Alberta RCMP believe human remains found on the Stoney Nakoda First Nation on Monday are that of a man missing since November. Continue reading →
On Feb. 15, as the man was walking on a park pathway, an unknown man struck him from behind, police said. Continue reading →
Alberta wrestler and Olympic gold medalist Erica Wiebe is now the province’s first-ever ambassador for sport and active living. Continue reading →
Calgary police are investigating after a shooting in the northeast in on Monday after 10 p.m. Continue reading →
Police responded to townhouses at 130 Avenue and 85 Street at around 7 p.m., according to witnesses. Continue reading →
Former Calgary Flames captain Lanny McDonald and kindergarteners at Airdrie’s Windsong Heights School are on a mission to spread kindness. Continue reading →