Kory Siegers

Network producer

Kory Siegers is a network producer with CBC News, based in Edmonton, Alta. She previously worked as a producer for CBC Edmonton and as an assignment editor for Global Edmonton. She has spent more than two decades covering news across Alberta. Email story tips to kory.siegers@cbc.ca.

Latest from Kory Siegers

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This social worker is helping neighbours in need

The Fulton Meadows Community League has created a unique social worker position to connect people experiencing difficulties with resources that can help.
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Q&A with Edmonton's mayor: Don Iveson looks back at an era of rapid growth

CBC spoke with Don Iveson about the city's successes and failures in managing growth during his time on council.
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How do you calm traffic in car-oriented communities?

From infrastructure to speed control, Edmonton is looking at new ways to tackle traffic concerns.
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Greener growth: Proactive planning preserves natural lands while developing new subdivisions

Edmonton is using a different approach to planning when it comes to future communities in the city’s southeast.
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How this rural school came back from the brink of closure

Horse Hill School was close to being shuttered in 2008, but a new program is helping bring in new students.
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These parents are using Edmonton's 80-kilometre ring road to help their babies get to sleep

You may never have thought of Anthony Henday Drive as a soother, but some have found the freeway can be a helpful tool when it comes to pandemic parenting. 
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Street food from the heart: Hot, home-cooked meals delivered to vulnerable citizens

Families in the city's southeast are coming together to help feed the homeless by cooking up hot meals which are then delivered to those on the street.
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Thousands fed as Edmonton restaurant nears a year of free meals

For an hour a day, seven days a week, a Mill Woods restaurant serves up free meals to anyone in need. What started as a way to help people at the beginning of the pandemic, is still going nearly a year later. 
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Cracked up: Concrete section of Anthony Henday ring road undergoing 2nd major rehab

The southwest leg of Anthony Henday Drive was a bit of an experiment. Paved with concrete, the 14-kilometre stretch of freeway was supposed to last longer and need less maintenance, but that’s not what happened.
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South-side growth leads to pinch point at Parsons Road

Parsons Road connects one of Canada’s largest outdoor retail centres to Edmonton’s growing southern neighbourhoods. Six years after a plan to twin the road was completed, residents are calling on the city to start the work.

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