A carnival powered by renewable energy comes to Kingsway Mall in Edmonton. Continue reading
Edmonton-born Morgan Smith has been lucky enough to work in her hometown for her entire media career, most of that time with 630 CHED and iNews880.
Fresh out of university, Morgan started as a weekend writer for iNews880 shortly after its launch in 2008.
Since that time, Morgan made the leap to on-air news reader for both stations and occasionally guest-hosted on 630 CHED’s Lesley Primeau show.
When she’s not waking up early for the morning news, Morgan is active in Edmonton’s poetry and theatre scenes. She’s also moonlit as a burlesque performer with Send in the Girls Burlesque and as an actor in the annual Halloween horror show Dead Centre of Town at Fort Edmonton Park.
You can occasionally catch her performing at the Edmonton Fringe Festival, as numerous voices in BioWare games like Mass Effect: Andromeda, and in April 2017 as the emcee for the Mayor’s Celebration for the Arts.
Two Edmonton basketball fans bought plane tickets to watch the Toronto Raptors win Game 3 of their 2019 NBA Final series with the Golden State Warriors. Continue reading →
Some Alberta businesses are vowing to continue paying all their employees $15 or more an hour, even after Alberta’s minimum wage changes kick in later this year. Continue reading →
An Edmonton woman popped the hood of her car to find her Subaru Impreza had been turned into a winter stash for a fiesty red squirrel. Continue reading →
An Edmonton playwright is hoping a petition will put the cause of Ukrainian political prisoners in the spotlight. Continue reading →
According to an Alberta dairy farmer, the ramifications of a recent U.S. jury award against the maker of the world’s most widely-used weed killer are worrisome. Continue reading →
Edmontonians opposed to the U.S. detainment of immigrant families plan to rally on Saturday at End of Steel Park. Continue reading →
Until July 3, the Works Art & Design Festival will be shifting paradigms at Capital Plaza at the Legislature. Continue reading →
Alberta Justice confirms the sexual assault case against former Alberta MLA Don MacIntyre will be resolved without a trial in January. Continue reading →
Variant Edition comic book shop stands by its decision to not stock a book by a controversial author, even though it’s meant a barrage of abuse online. Continue reading →
Edmonton police arrested a man Sunday morning who was wanted on charges related to an alleged sexual assault. Continue reading →
RCMP confirmed they are investigating a sudden death in the area. Continue reading →
Edmonton students will be demonstrating at the Legislature Saturday in solidarity with the March For Our Lives in Washington, D.C. Continue reading →
University of Alberta Business professor Dan Mason explains how governments are starting to reconsider the economic benefits of hosting international sporting events. Continue reading →
A 16-year-old boy who left last Friday without his medication was found “safe and well,” Strathcona County RCMP said Monday morning. Continue reading →