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

New Calgary coffee shop serves up opportunity for employees with intellectual disabilities

Calgarian Paul Constance founded the Lil E Coffee Cafe, which hires only people with intellectual disabilities.

Calgary grandma writes children's book to help kids understand the pandemic

Cathy Baine, retired elementary school teacher penned a children’s book called Stronger Together, a COVID superhero adventure.

Couple says Alberta's new direction on coal threatens livelihood of third-generation ranch

Plateau Mountain is the first thing John Smith looks at every day on his ranch near Nanton, Alta.

Holiday tradition bittersweet for outgoing Banff mayor as she reflects on time in town hall

Karen Sorensen makes hundreds of cookies every Christmas for town staff. This year is her last as Banff’s mayor.

With his long daily walks, Calgary senior has logged more than 100,000 kilometres in 17 years

The sidewalk is slippery under the soles of his modest leather boots. On a daily basis, Mike James sets out to walk around the Glenmore Reservoir in Calgary's southwest.

Women candidates in upcoming Kainai Nation election hope to change history

Lee Anne (Healy) Johnson was planning to run for a council seat on Kainai Nation's band council, at least until nomination day on Nov. 5. 

Calgary cab companies are staring down a grim holiday season as revenues plummet

In a regular year, Calgary cab companies would be starting to prepare for the calendar turning to November and December — two of the busiest months in the taxi industry.

Cyclists 'pumped' for new southwest Calgary bicycle pump track

A new track aimed at cyclists is now open in Calgary's South Glenmore Park, where users use momentum to get around, not pedals.

Small town realtor says COVID-19 may have city dwellers looking for wider, open spaces

It seems small town real estate is doinig well this month. A realtor says the attractions are more space and less COVID-19. 

This group made sure kids who wanted a bike on Canada Day got one

YYC Kids Ride collected donated bikes and scooters — and with the help from a local bike shop and other volunteers — fixed them up to give away to families who can't afford the investment.