Kaylen Small

Journalist

Reporter and Associate Producer at CBC Edmonton // kaylen.small@cbc.ca // @KaylenSmall

Latest from Kaylen Small

Family resumes search for missing Edmonton-area pilot

The sister of a missing Alberta pilot whose plane vanished in southeast B.C. six months ago is resuming the search.

City council votes to expropriate businesses for Valley Line West LRT

​Edmonton city council voted unanimously Tuesday to expropriate businesses in the path of the future Valley Line West LRT.

Pain on the train: VIA Rail passengers frustrated with delays on cross-Canada journey

On Wednesday, Mike Gardiner and hundreds of other VIA Rail passengers were parked on the sidings in Irma, Alta. They were already more than 30 hours late on their journey from Toronto to Vancouver, and the frustration was growing.

Alberta becomes 1st province to allow wireless electricity control in new homes

Alberta is the first province to update its building code to allow for wireless electricity control in new residential construction and held an event Tuesday to showcase the change.

Community rallies behind family of fatal gas-and-dash victim in Thorsby, Alta.

Alberta business owners are hosting an event next month to raise money for the family of a man killed last year in a gas–and–dash southwest of Edmonton.

Estranged husband loses bid to take share of wife's record Alberta lottery win

Robin Walker’s boyfriend Brett McCoy won a $60 million Lotto Max jackpot in September 2017. Walker’s estranged husband Lonnie Roth is trying to get his share, since they were still married on paper at the time of the win.

What you can do to keep the mosquitoes away this summer

It’s that time of year again — when bloodsuckers emerge to ruin your outside fun.

Edmonton public school board wants more funding from province for student mental health

The Edmonton Public School Board voted unanimously on Monday to ask the Alberta government for increased funding and improved access to mental health services in schools.

Humboldt Broncos goalie Parker Tobin remembered as smart, funny and kind athlete

More than a thousand people gathered to pay their respects at the funeral for Humboldt Broncos goalie Parker Tobin in Stony Plain on Sunday.

There's trouble with temporary toilets, says Downtown Business Association

Edmonton's public washrooms are up for discussion at a city committee meeting Wednesday, and the Downtown Business Association hopes the idea of more permanent public potties doesn't get flushed.

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