Kaylen Small


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

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Man beaten into coma in Alberta prison sent home to Nova Scotia

RCMP have charged three men in connection with a violent assault in a Peace River jail in March.

Strathcona County revises recycling rules due to China's restrictions

Glass bottles, clamshell containers and plastic bags will no longer be accepted for recycling in Strathcona County.

Boyle Street launches website to connect workers with employers

Boyle Street Ventures has launched a website to employ clients who may not have all the necessary tools to hold down a job.

Sign, sign, everywhere a sign: Edmontonians frustrated with barrage of street signs

While dropping off her son at a friend’s house in the Queen Alexandra neighbourhood, Candace Elliott was struck by the “jungle of yellow signs” in the area.

City to use iron-based herbicide in fields this summer

When dandelion season is in full bloom, Edmonton will use an iron-based herbicide to get rid of the weeds.

Trailer full of props, costumes stolen ahead of kids' year-end dance recital

With recital time fast approaching, a local dance company is hoping for the safe return of their treasured trailer.

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.