Hannah Kost

Online Journalist/Associate Producer

Hannah Kost is an award-winning journalist from Calgary, Alta. She joined the CBC in 2019 as an online journalist and associate producer.

Latest from Hannah Kost

Alberta, Philippines reach agreement to recruit more nurses to the province

The agreement means the Philippines will encourage nurses to choose Alberta when seeking international opportunities, Premier Jason Kenney says.

Sales of condos, row houses increase as Calgarians seek affordable housing, says CREB

Calgary property sales cooled in September by nearly 12 per cent when compared with last year, but the market for more affordable housing options is making gains, the Calgary Real Estate Board said Monday.

Calgary's recovery rate for stolen bikes improving, police say

Back in 2019, police were returning only 12 per cent of stolen bikes to owners. Now, the recovery rate has more than doubled to 30 per cent. Police say they're using proactive investigations to find them.

Family mourns Calgary father killed on the cusp of graduation, meeting youngest son

A Calgary man killed in a restaurant shooting last month was remembered Tuesday as compassionate, caring and humble by his family, who say they are "completely overwhelmed with grief."

De Havilland to build airplane manufacturing plant east of Calgary, Kenney says

De Havilland Aircraft of Canada plans to build an airplane manufacturing plant east of Calgary that will help create 1,500 high-paying jobs, Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says.

Speed, possible medical incident investigated as factors in fatal bus shelter crash

Police consider speed to be a factor in a crash that killed a pedestrian at a bus shelter Sunday and are investigating the possibility the driver suffered a "medical incident" before the collision.

Town officials hope new bylaw will deter increasing bear activity in Canmore

Officials in Canmore say they're seeing increased bear activity around town as the animals search for food before winter — and are hoping a new bylaw will help to discourage it.

Doctors to vote on tentative agreement with Alberta government next week

After more than two years without a deal, the Alberta Medical Association (AMA) and the Alberta government announced Friday that they have negotiated a potential ratification package for the province’s doctors.

Calgarians remember Queen Elizabeth at 'the end of an era'

Calgarians reflect on Queen Elizabeth's life and legacy after the longest-reigning British monarch died Thursday.

Alberta government to contract more private surgical facilities, saying aim is to shorten wait times

The Alberta government is seeking to contract more charter surgical facilities — this time, in the province's South and Central zones — saying it's an effort to cut costs and alleviate patient wait times.