Terri Trembath

Video Journalist

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

Latest from Terri Trembath

How a sacred rock found its way back to its original stewards

A historically significant rock will be displayed as an exhibit at Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park after it was returned to the Blackfoot people.

Powwow partnership brings together neighbouring communities to honour slain Nation member

Since 2019, the year Kristian Ayongman died his family has held a memorial in his honour.

Facing escalating threats, Calgary LGBTQ activist says community remains resilient

Drag performances and drag-hosted events have been the main target of weekly opposition and have drawn attention from Calgary's mayor, who recently threatened to fine protesters after an event was cancelled during the annual Chinook Blast Festival.

From owner to tenant: Kensington Legion closes deal on 1918 building sale

The Kensington Legion, as it’s known locally, closed the sale of the property on Thursday with real estate company Ronmor Holdings Limited following a decision made last summer.

TikTok program strives to grow reach of Indigenous voices

Michelle Robinson is one of 40 content creators chosen from across Canada for TikTok's accelerator program for Indigenous creators.

Calgary personal trainer prides themself on making a safe space for LGBTQ community

Ace Rodriguez recently graduated from Mount Royal University's personal fitness trainer diploma program, and identifies as non-binary. It's something they say, immediately attracted LGBTQ clients. 

'Dark Winds' actor helps First Nations students get into film industry through college course

Actor Jessica Matten co-founded the Counting Coup Indigenous Film Academy at Old Sun Community College at Siksika Nation, which has been training Indigenous youth in film production for years.

Indigenous film workers in Alberta excited about industry's shift in representation

The success of Prey and other Indigenous-led films and TV shows are moving the needle in Indigenous representation.

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.