CBC Calgary reporter
Stephanie Wiebe has worked in radio, television and online while reporting in Alberta and B.C. over the last few years. She brought her expertise to CBC in 2015.
Latest from Stephanie Wiebe
New app helps Calgarians find and book private parking spots
Owners of spaces on open lots can sign up for free and list their unused stall for a maximum of $15 per day. Driveways can be listed.
U.S. tech company RocketSpace lands in Calgary
Some of Calgary’s vacant commercial space will soon be filled by a new tenant from Silicon Valley as tech company RocketSpace launches a Canadian office in Calgary.
Weeds, cracks, graffiti found at numerous Calgary tennis courts
With tennis season in full swing, CBC Calgary checked out some of the 66 public courts across the city and found that many are unkempt, while some are virtually unplayable.
Calgary's only all-woman tackle football team is heading to the championships
The Calgary Rage won't know who they are up against in the WWCFL Championship until the learn the result of the Prairie conference final is this coming weekend.
112 people tied together finish Calgary Marathon
The group was going after a Guinness World Record and raising awareness about a debilitating disease.
Calgary filmmaker explores race, identity in experimental film
For Melanee Murray-Hunt, screening her short movie is about much more than a single event — she hopes by stirring up empathy, those who’ve watched the film will change their perspective on race.
Documentary maker learns a lifetime isn't long enough to get to fully know your mother
While Richard Kemick was growing up, his mom worked full time yet she always seemed to have time for her kids. Years later, he realized he didn’t know much about his mother before kids — what she actually did at work or even who she really was.
Calgary theatre company remounts Macbeth for second year in a row
After a soldout run of Macbeth last year, Calgary’s Shakespeare Company has decided to bring it back to the stage, allowing audiences a second chance to take in the Bard’s classic.
Bret 'The Hitman' Hart opens up about health battles outside the ring
After battling opponents in the ring and overcoming years of health issues, wrestling icon Bret “The Hitman” Hart continues to share his story as a spokesperson for the Stroke Recovery Awareness Month on behalf of the March of Dimes.
$5K reward helps Calgary couple's cat come back
A Calgary couple say they learned the importance of being proactive to find a lost pet after an online post offering a big reward to get their cat Paul back went viral.
Can $11.9M put a dent in Banff's affordable housing crunch?
Banff residents are hoping $11.9 million in funds promised by the province will help alleviate a long-standing housing crisis in the mountain town.
Free tax clinic helps Calgary's poor, homeless file their returns
Calgary's most vulnerable people are getting a helping hand when it comes to filing their taxes. H&R Block has set up a free tax clinic at the Mustard Seed — a non-profit organization and homeless shelter in downtown Calgary.
Santorini comes to Calgary: board game launches after 31 years
It was 31 years in the making, and after a successful crowdfunding campaign raising $700,000, a board game created by a Calgary man is ready for playing.
'Disappointing' plan from Parks Canada, CP Rail does little to protect grizzlies: wildlife advocate
Some wildlife advocates say Parks Canada and CP Rail’s plan to protect bears from trains through the Rocky Mountains doesn’t go far enough.
Calgary-based doctor returns from Iraq after volunteering at front-line hospital
A Calgary-based cardiologist who's returned from treating patients on Iraq's frontlines says his faith helped him provide the same quality of care for victims on all sides of the conflict.