Katy Anderson

Reporter | Editor

Katy Anderson is a reporter and editor with CBC Calgary. She has worked as a journalist on and off over 15 years and is currently a PhD student at the University of Calgary, where she researches internet policy and social movements. You can reach her by email at katy.anderson@cbc.ca or on Twitter @KatyAnderson.

Latest from Katy Anderson

An Alberta library's new take on access to information: Drug testing kits

The Banff Public Library kicked off the year with a unique pilot program that blends the philosophies of harm reduction and access to information to tackle one of the province's largest crises. 

Alberta premier derides federal green job plan as 'ill-conceived and short-sighted'

Premier Danielle Smith criticized comments made by the federal natural resources minister that the Liberal government's proposed "just transition" bill will be a major priority in 2023. 

The year of 'garbage opinions': 2022's headline of the year

The annual contest included more than 35,000 votes on Twitter during a best of 16 showdown.

2022's headlines of the year, as chosen by Twitter

This year's contest includes some obvious newsmakers, eight animal stories (nine, if you include the 40 rotisserie chickens eaten by a Philadelphia man), and two in which the derriere plays a prominent role. 

Calgary police say they'll investigate alleged Russian bribe plot aimed at Nenshi

The purported plan to set up the former Calgary mayor includes a letter to Russian diplomats signed by Ward 4 Coun. Sean Chu and then-councillor Joe Magliocca.

$38M Priddis-area home with 3 bedrooms to hit Alberta market

A southern Alberta home is about to go on the market for a cool $38 million.

Ex-PM adviser Tom Flanagan sorry for child-porn comments

Tom Flanagan, a former senior adviser to Prime Minister Stephen Harper and former campaign manager for Alberta's Wildrose party, has apologized for saying he had "grave doubts" about jailing people who view child pornography.
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Photos of Calgary's Sled Island music festival

Instagram photos of Calgary's Sled Island music festival, which takes place from June 20 to 23. Credits list name, then Instagram handle of the photographers.
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Paxton's version: police interview transcript

In a 2½-hour interview with Calgary police shortly after he was arrested on countrywide warrants, Dustin Paxton said he couldn't explain the numerous serious injuries his best friend received while the pair lived together.

Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi featured in film

Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi can now add one more accomplishnent to his resume — movie star.

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