Terri Trembath

Video Journalist

Terri Trembath is a video journalist who joined CBC Calgary in 2008. You can reach her at terri.trembath@cbc.ca.

Latest from Terri Trembath

Family of Colton Crowshoe says arrest in his homicide brought 'so much relief'

For eight years, Colton Crowshoe's family has been trying to get answers about how he died. On Friday, Calgary police said they had charged someone with one count of second-degree murder in his death.

Two years after launch, patience is paying off for Calgary's Indigenous Relations Office, team says

The establishment of the IRO was a call to action in the city’s White Goose Flying Report that was released in 2016 — a municipal response to the National Truth and Reconciliation Commission report. 

Calgary police create job to focus solely on missing Indigenous persons

Calgary Police have created a missing person Indigenous investigator position.

Blood Tribe Police Service creates new position to tackle human trafficking

Senior Const. Jennaye Norris will act as a one-person human trafficking unit called Project Kokomi-Kisomm Aakii in Blackfoot, which translates to Project Moon Woman. 

Siksika business supports Ukraine with a centuries-old connection

To show support for Ukraine, Olivia Holloway displayed some kokum scarves her family carries at The Boy Chief Trading Post at the west end of Siksika Nation. The scarves date back to when the first Ukrainian settlers arrived in Canada in the late 19th century. 

How flexible back-to-work plans could tap the talents of workers facing employment barriers

Experts said a focus on hybrid and remote back-to-work models would attract a new pool of candidates that might have been frozen out of the employment market.

Alberta Indigenous leaders speak up against approach to Coutts border crossing protest and blockade

Linda manyguns, associate vice-president of Indigenization and decolonization at Mount Royal University, says she is offended by what is happening at Coutts, Alta., as an ongoing impasse has complicated travel to the southern border.

Residential school generation forced off reserve again due to funding shortage in long-term care

When today's First Nations elders were young, many were forced to leave their home communities to stay in residential schools. Now that forced exit is happening again, due to a shortage of long-term care beds on some reserves.

Puppeteer born in Tsuut'ina Nation says work on Fraggle Rock reboot a dream come true

When DerRic Starlight learned the reboot of one of his favourite childhood shows, Fraggle Rock, was starting production in Calgary in January 2021, you could say it was his destiny to work on it.

Calgary recognized as a top place to live and work for movie makers

Move over, Hollywood. Calgary has been named a blockbuster city for those who make film and television.