Morgan Black
Digital Journalist

Morgan Black is an award-winning multi-platform journalist with nearly 10 years of experience covering daily news in Alberta.  

For Global News, she has covered national and local stories from Pope Francis’ historic apology to survivors of Canada’s residential schools, the shooting deaths of two Edmonton police officers and multi-day coverage on wildfires across Alberta. In November 2023, she also reported and produced an episode of Global TV’s Crime Beat: Most Wanted.  

In 2024, she produced and wrote “Global News Investigates: Surviving Edmonton“. For one year, she tracked the lives of four people in Edmonton as they embarked on a journey to find stable housing.

Morgan is the recipient of a national RTDNA award for her large-market feature piece A Love Story Worth Listening To, in 2021, Morgan was a Canadian Association of Journalists award finalist in the “Best Broadcast Under Five Minutes” category.  

Her work has also been recognized for outstanding leadership in the mental health sector and in 2022, she was recognized by Momentum Walk In Counselling in the media category for “making a difference in the world of mental health service and stigma reduction.”  

Morgan is also a 2024 Kiplinger Fellow. She was selected to join 20 journalists from around the world to study immigration and migration.

A graduate of NAIT’s Television and Radio Broadcasting program, she also holds a Bachelor of Communications Studies from MacEwan University.  

Before joining the Global Edmonton team, Morgan worked as the producer at 630 CHED and a features reporter at Global News Radio 880 Edmonton.  

When she is not working, she loves spending time with her family and exploring new restaurants and coffee shops in Edmonton. 


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