Lucie Edwardson

Journalist

Lucie Edwardson is a reporter with CBC Calgary. In 2018 she headed a pop-up bureau in Lethbridge, Alberta. Her experience includes newspaper, online, TV and radio. Follow her on Twitter @LucieEdwardson

Latest from Lucie Edwardson

Forum helps businesses and organizations 'find opportunities in uncertain times'

Calgary businesses and organizations looking to "find opportunities in uncertain times" attended the Soul of the Next Economy conference over the past few days. 

Canada Post loses $1,500 worth of Super 8 film reels, hands empty envelope to stunned artist

A film project about missing artifacts has itself gone missing. An Alberta artist was stunned when Canada Post delivered an empty envelope instead of the $1,500 in Super 8 film he expected.

Personal and corporate bankruptcies in Alberta jump significantly in 2019

New numbers from the Canadian Association of Insolvency and Restructuring Professionals show that the province is one of only three to experience a double digit increase in the percentage of businesses that filed for bankruptcy in 2019. 

'It's tough': Alberta government to end 2 child-care subsidies at end of year

Two child-care subsidies will be cut by the Alberta government in January — leaving parents and preschool operators looking for solutions. 

'We got cheated': Calgary Dine Under the Stars customers waiting on hundreds in refunds

Calgarians who paid hundreds of dollars to Dine Under the Stars in September say they're still waiting on the majority of their refunds 43 days after the event was cancelled.

'They never really try to frighten you,' says Drumheller man living in apparent haunted house

Most people might be a little spooked to know that the spirits of dead people haunt the home they lived in. But not Drumheller's Justin Bolin.

'It's not OK for me to be so unsafe': Youth care provider speaks out following death of industry colleague

Current and former youth support and case workers speak out against lack of training and safety protocols in their industry.

Owl's Nest Books downsizing after 40 years due to increased tax burden

Calgary's oldest independent bookstore says years of tax increases have forced them to make the hard decision to downsize and restructure in an effort to save their business. 

'I am sorry': Owner of Calgary daycare that suddenly closed apologizes for confusion

The owners of a Calgary daycare and preschool that abruptly closed last week are apologizing to both staff and parents for what they say was a misunderstanding.

CBE looks to address high school capacity issues with 2-year public engagement

The CBE is asking for input on how it can balance student enrolment across 20 high schools. But some parent advocates say the two-year-long engagement process means no solutions for kids now attending overcapacity high schools.

Calgary man sentenced in 'senseless' fatal attack at Drop-In Centre

A Calgary man who viciously beat a fellow Drop-In Centre client in a bathroom stall in  2018 was sentenced Friday to eight years, minus time already served. 

Lethbridge anti-abortion group fights city for right to display ads on transit property

A Southern-Alberta anti-abortion group was in court in Lethbridge Thursday to fight for the right to show five proposed — and contentious — advertisements.

Calgary man convicted in murder of friend seeks new trial

A Calgary man convicted last year in the nearly decade-old murder of his friend was back in court Tuesday to appeal his conviction.

'I was always blackout drunk': Mother of admitted killer details son's childhood

The mother of a Calgary man on trial for second-degree murder testified Tuesday in an effort to "take accountability" for her role in how his life turned out.

Husband-and-wife team to be sentenced without co-convicted millionaire

Retired Calgary police officer Steve Walton and his wife, Heather, will be sentenced without their co-accused, Ken Carter, a millionaire who is allegedly in Russia suffering a mystery ailment that leaves him unable to travel.