Judy Aldous

Judy Aldous has spent over 20 years as a journalist with CBC radio, working in Quebec, the NWT and now Alberta. 

Her passion is telling the stories of the people behind the news. While in the arctic, she reported from trap lines and diamond mines. Since moving back to Alberta in 2001, she's produced documentaries about the fentanyl crisis and the arrival of Syrian refugees, and filled in as host of the Calgary Eyeopener.

She is now host of Alberta's only province wide open line, alberta@noon (a job she likens to hosting a raucous dinner party) where listeners share a 'table' with experts and news makers of the day.  

When not at work, Judy and her husband love to cycle and ski, usually with at least 1 of their 3 kids.

Judy Aldous

Role

Host

Judy Aldous

Role

Host