The vast majority of Canadians who use medicinal cannabis do not consult a health care provider regarding their treatment, a recent survey found. Continue reading
Kerry McAthey has lived in Edmonton her whole life. She studied communications at MacEwan University, majoring in journalism.
After an internship at what is now Global News Radio 880 Edmonton, Kerry joined the 24-hour news team in October 2016.
Currently, Kerry is an anchor and reporter for 880 Edmonton and 630 CHED.
Kerry’s focus as a reporter is breaking news as well as stories local to the Edmonton area.
After being postponed due to COVID-19, Free Comic Book Day returns to Edmonton as an end-of-summer event. Continue reading →
The City of Edmonton is encouraging naturalization in some parts of the city to increase biodiversity and add to urban forests. Continue reading →
ADHD Awareness Month aims to educate about the most prevalent childhood psychiatric disorder in Canada. Continue reading →
Vaccine hesitancy – the reluctance or refusal to get immunized despite vaccines being readily available – is becoming a global concern. Continue reading →
This year, tattoo artists will be on hand at the Summer Solstice BBQ for Sobriety to provide semicolon tattoos. The semicolon is a symbol of solidarity in the mental health community. Continue reading →
If you like to start your Christmas shopping early, then the Santa & Friends Summer Garage Sale for 630 CHED Santas Anonymous is the event for you. Continue reading →
Trans Mountain is likely a factor in a significant drop in trust in Canadian institutions. Continue reading →
The Shoppers Love. You. Edmonton Run for Women is partnered with the Lois Hole Hospital for Women, supporting local women’s mental health programs. Continue reading →
On the first Saturday of May each year, comic book fans flock to shops around the world to pick up free comics. Continue reading →
The Alberta government is encouraging pregnant women to take advantage of a new vaccination program to prevent whooping cough in infants. Continue reading →
A judge has stated that he believes beyond a reasonable doubt these injuries were inflicted by an adult. Continue reading →
He’s back at it again — this time for 630CHED Santas Anonymous. Continue reading →
A 38-year-old Athabasca man has been charged after an investigation by RCMP into allegations of sexual exploitation. Continue reading →
With just weeks until Christmas – and even less time until delivery weekend – 630 CHED Santas Anonymous needs your donations. Continue reading →