We’ve all been inside our own bubble during COVID-19 — and a short film is hoping to help people in Edmonton understand what each another may be going through. Continue reading
As Global Edmonton’s Community Reporter, Morgan Black finds the stories that live at the heart of the place you call home.
Morgan hopes her stories introduce you to a side of Edmonton you may not have seen before… or help you fall in love with your city all over again.
In 2019, she was honoured with a national RTDNA award — judged the best in Canada — for her large-market feature piece “A Love Story Worth Listening To.” The story caught the attention of actor John Krasinksi (The Office, A Quiet Place), who, after he listened to it, tweeted “This was beautiful…wowzers!”
Morgan is a graduate of NAIT’s Television and Radio Broadcasting program and also holds a Bachelor of Communications Studies from MacEwan University.
Outside of work, Morgan volunteers as a tutor for junior high students and sits on a Poetry Pathways board that works to bring local art from students and residents to her neighbourhood. She also coaches figure skating and is somewhere between the skill level of an Olympian and Chazz Michael Michaels.
A young woman has been approached by a major awards show and she’s hoping the celebrity it brings will help spread a wider message about inclusion. Continue reading →
There’s no roadmap for how to handle a brand new virus, but an Edmonton doctor came up with one and it’s having a lasting impact on patient safety. Continue reading →
An Edmonton doctor is one of many people in Alberta leading the charge when it comes to digital health innovation in the province. Continue reading →
A health care aide is known for his great work when it comes to taking care of residents…but he’s also built a reputation as an excellent hairstylist. Continue reading →
An Edmonton man is becoming an expert on a situation unique to the COVID-19 pandemic. He has recently entered his third sports bubble. Continue reading →
A group of elementary students in Edmonton are creating welcome packages for the community. Continue reading →
It’s not your typical Valentine’s Day, but an Alberta charity event is hoping to bring a little romance to your stay-at-home plans. Continue reading →
The Edmonton Football Team says it has a shortlist of seven candidates for its new name. Continue reading →
An annual Edmonton event is hoping to coax you out of hibernation this weekend and enjoy the beauty of winter. Continue reading →
High school students are taking a crash course in home economics to ensure masks are getting to everyone who needs one. Continue reading →
With COVID-19 vaccines in short supply across Canada, allegations that St. Albert fire chiefs received the shot before front-line members are causing concern. Continue reading →
An Edmonton PhD student created a video game that helps players navigate real-life scenarios to educate and prevent sexual violence. Continue reading →
An Edmonton woman discovered she got a COVID-19 test not accepted by the government of Canada after returning from international travel. Continue reading →
Every year, Corus Radiothon raises funds to benefit the Stollery Children’s Hospital. This year its to upgrade a spot that helps young patients focus on fun. Continue reading →