Alberta organization Free Play for Kids now has an outdoor rink at the Homesteader Community League. Continue reading
Nicole Stillger joined the Global Edmonton team in January 2020 as a digital journalist.
From St. Albert, Alta., Nicole graduated from NAIT’s Radio and Television Arts program.
She began her journalism career in 2015, covering news and sports as an intern for Newcap Television in Lloydminster.
She was hired right after her work placement and quickly climbed the ranks to head anchor/senior reporter.
One of the big perks of life in Canada’s Border City was its proximity to two big military bases. Nicole had the opportunity to cover many high profile training exercises at CFB Wainwright and 4 Wing Cold Lake, even putting together a mini documentary on an international aerial combat training exercise called Maple Flag.
Nicole’s journey in the industry would take her further east and in October 2017 she started working at Global Saskatoon. She covered many big stories including the historic opening of Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital. She was also part of the Humboldt Broncos bus crash coverage – showing how the world rallied to support the grieving community.
She says the best part about being a reporter is meeting new people and sharing their stories.
Nicole is German bilingual, enjoys travelling and loves sports. She grew up watching the Oilers and bleeds copper and blue.
Nicole is happy to be back living and working in Edmonton.
Alberta Animal Rescue Crew Society (AARCS) has opened a new animal shelter in southeast Edmonton. Continue reading →
You can buy Em-Te Town in central Alberta for $1.25 million. Continue reading →
Coun. Jon Dziadyk plans to introduce a motion Monday, exploring the possibility of relaxing alcohol consumption laws in public parks. Continue reading →
Dreamcatcher Nature-Assisted Therapy is launching a new program for front-line workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Continue reading →
The Searching for Izena project honours a centennial since the first woman was elected to Edmonton city council. Continue reading →
Residents of the Maple Crest neighbourhood continue to raise concerns about the lack of access to their community. Continue reading →
An Edmonton family is dealing with two difficult diagnoses. Continue reading →
The Holiday Hamper Foundation says it’s received a record number of requests from families in need this year. Continue reading →
What the choir is doing is allowed, according to provincial guidelines around performance activities in an outdoor setting. Continue reading →
After years of development, the first show home in Edmonton’s Blatchford community is now open. Blatchford is designed to house up to 30,000 people when complete. Continue reading →
The Workers’ Compensation Board of Alberta has received 3,209 COVID-19 claims since the pandemic started. Continue reading →
The province says students with disabilities will be able to remain in the classroom, as kids in Grades 7-12 move to online learning next week. Continue reading →
A UCP MLA and associate minister is coming under fire for comments around Alberta’s COVID-19 response he made during a virtual town hall Friday evening. Continue reading →
According to Alberta Health Services, roughly 30 per cent of scheduled, non-emergency surgeries and some ambulatory care clinic visits have been postponed. Continue reading →