Anya Zoledziowski

Anya Zoledziowski is an Edmonton-born multimedia journalist who joined CBC Edmonton in December. She moved back to her hometown after reporting on hate crimes targeting Indigenous women in Montana and North Dakota for News21, an investigative journalism fellowship based in Phoenix, AZ. You can reach her at / @AnyaZoledz

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$120-million Edmonton-area Amazon warehouse to open next year

An Amazon Fulfillment Centre — the second in Alberta — is under construction in Nisku, Alta. Government officials believe the centre will create much-needed jobs in Edmonton and Leduc County, and represents an important step in diversifying the province’s oil and gas economy. 

Drayton Valley Boys and Girls Club announces closure amid town's struggling economy

The Drayton Valley Boys and Girls Club is closing in August after struggling to recruit and retain qualified staff. Officials believe the economy is partially to blame.

'A lot of breakdowns': Tim Hague's family believes his death could have been prevented

The family of late Edmonton boxer Tim Hague held a news conference on Monday, sharing personal details about Hague’s final days and updates about their ongoing lawsuit.

Made in Alberta tool-sharing app drilling its way into success

About two-and-a-half years ago, David Thiessen dreamt up The Good Neighbour app, a program that allows users who live near each other to share tools, like tile saws or drills.

Downtown commuters frustrated with Valley Line LRT construction

On Monday, the city cordoned off a block of 100th Street wedged between City Hall and City Centre mall, so construction crews can work on the next phase of the LRT’s Valley Line expansion.

Edmonton nordic spa proposal inches its way forward

The Edmonton Nordic Spa group and Fort Edmonton Management Company (FEMCO) met with executive committee on Monday to gauge the city’s interest in the lavish development.

Alberta lottery players hope to cash in following Lotto Max revamp

Lotto Max has announced changes to the decade-old lottery, including a draw every Tuesday and a new $70-million jackpot maximum.

Community, religious leaders react to anti-Semitic vandalism in Edson, Alta.

RCMP allege a stolen vehicle was driven through the provincial building and court house Saturday morning. RCMP said anti-Semitic graffiti was also found at the scene, which has saddened community and religious leaders alike.

Edmonton police measure motorcycle noise ahead of summer

In an effort to reduce summer street noise, police invited motorcyclists to drive to NAIT Souch Campus to measure the sound emitted by their bikes.

Homeless Albertans expect more from candidates ahead of provincial election

More than 5,000 Albertans struggle with homelessness, and about 90 per cent of them are of eligible voting age, according to Homeward Trust stats. They say they often feel 'unheard' by political candidates.

Candidates from Alberta's political parties agree: Indigenous representation matters

No matter which party they represent, Indigenous candidates create opportunity for a government that moves "toward being more inclusive."

Most Albertans say parents shouldn't be notified when child joins GSA, online survey suggests

Most people think parents should not be notified when their children join gay-straight alliance groups at school, according to a recent survey of more than 74,000 people across the province.

Edmonton-based Dene artist part of Canada's 'meme explosion'

Edmonton-based Nigel Henri Robinson, a Dene man from Cold Lake First Nations, is part of a growing movement of Indigenous meme makers across the country.

Edmonton vigil mourns victims of Ethiopian Airlines, Christchurch tragedies

Community-based organizations in Edmonton rallied together Sunday to host a vigil commemorating the victims of two recent tragedies.

'It's opened me up a lot': Oilers honour longest-serving employee

Marti Hiniuk loves her job, which is why she’s stuck with it for 40 years. The proud hockey fan has worked as an usher and host at Northlands Coliseum, renamed Rexall Place, and now at the new Rogers Place, since March of 1979.