Emily Pasiuk


Emily Pasiuk is a reporter for CBC Edmonton who also covers news for CBC Saskatchewan. She has filmed two documentaries. Emily reported in Saskatchewan for three years before moving to Edmonton in 2020. Tips? Ideas? Reach her at emily.pasiuk@cbc.ca.

Latest from Emily Pasiuk

New temporary shelter for homeless people in Regina set to open before end of the month

A new temporary 40-space shelter is set to open in Regina for people experiencing homelessness by the end of the month, in response to "an immediate need as existing shelters face capacity issues," the city said Wednesday.

Sunwing cancels all flights out of Regina and Saskatoon until Feb. 3

The airline said it is still working to repatriate travellers stranded by cancelled return flights.

'Domino effect' leaving passengers hoping for the best in Edmonton during busy holiday travel

Travellers in Edmonton are hoping to get to their holiday destinations on time, as storms across the country close roads and ground flights. 

Competing protests in Edmonton show diverging opinions over proposed Sovereignty Act

Around 90 people gathered at the Alberta Legislature on Sunday to protest Premier Danielle Smith's proposed Alberta Sovereignty Within a United Canada Act. A counter-protest of roughly the same size also took to the grounds, in support of the controversial legislation.

New federal report suggests First Nations eager to build their own police forces

The report, released Wednesday morning, detailed the consultation process the government did with First Nations, Métis and Inuit communities this spring in regards to possible legislation supporting First Nations police services. 

These are the top spots in Edmonton where people received speeding tickets

If you drive in Edmonton, you've undoubtedly come upon or driven past bright yellow speed enforcement trucks parked around the city.

New drug overdose prevention teams coming to downtown Edmonton

The City of Edmonton has launched a new pilot to help prevent and respond to drug poisonings in the city's downtown core.

Planned Parenthood Regina to close temporarily, will search for new building

Planned Parenthood Regina is temporarily closing its clinic amid problems with their building.

New COVID-19 memorial to help Edmonton move forward from pandemic

As the pandemic slowly moves to the past, the City of Edmonton has decided to commission a piece of public art that will ensure citizens remember the impact of COVID-19 and those who died because of it.

Regina could see regulation on cosmetic pesticides in coming years

Regina city council passed some key changes to its water bylaw Wednesday and set in motion potential regulations for the cosmetic use of pesticides.