Adrienne Lamb


Adrienne Lamb is the host and producer of Our Edmonton featured weekly on CBC TV. She served for several years as CBC Radio's national arts reporter in Edmonton. Prior to moving to Alberta in 2001, Adrienne worked at CBC in Ontario and New Brunswick. Adrienne is a graduate of Western University with a degree in English and Anthropology and a Masters in Journalism.

Latest from Adrienne Lamb

Sky-watching domes connect Métis Crossing visitors with Indigenous knowledge

Métis Crossing, 120 kilometres northeast of Edmonton, continues to expand year-round tourism offerings with the addition of a star-watching experience.

Edmonton's newest river valley park opens this month — here's a sneak peek

If you’re after a fresh spot to stroll this autumn you’re in luck; we’ve just updated our green space gem map with more than 70 locations. It includes Edmonton’s new Northeast River Valley Park, set to open Sept. 24.

Busting myths and bragging rights part of Alberta Open Farm Days this weekend

More than 130 agri-tourism locations are offering free tours this weekend as part of Alberta Open Farm Days. If you eat, read on.

Inside out: New artsy mural reflects what the Alberta Craft Council is all about

A new outdoor mural project is going up on a place that is a home for art - the Alberta Craft Council in downtown Edmonton and the inspiration for the work is sure to surprise - Ornament and Crime.

How an Edmonton retiree's stock options helped save a chunk of Alberta boreal forest

It’s a quiet picturesque 52-hectare slice of Alberta boreal forest now protected from development and open to the public to tour but the story of how the new JBJ McDonald Conservation Land, west of Edmonton, came to be can be traced back to options, stock options.

Here's where they get that data for the air quality health index

This wildfire season, more and more Albertans have been turning to the Air Quality Health Index (AQHI) as a gauge of what they’ll be breathing if they step out the door. But who collects that data and where does it come from?

New Canyon Coaster on track to pull tourists to Red Deer

The weather is warming up, the long weekend is around the corner and tourist outfitters across the province are hoping this will be the season they can finally escape the grips of the pandemic. In the City of Red Deer they’re banking on new attractions and an infusion of cash and staff to draw visitors.

Roll with soul: Bike Edmonton mechanic will keep your bike in tune

Bike Edmonton mechanic Jan Przysiezniak is all geared up for the spring cycling season and he's doing more than pumping up tires, oiling chains and checking brakes at Bike Edmonton. See for yourself.

At 40, the Old Strathcona Farmers' Market is looking to renovate and expand

The Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market is an Edmonton landmark celebrating 40 years and now eyeing expansion. The goal is to raise $7 million for a renovation and revitalization that would transform the transit garage into a hub for tasty tourism.

Edmonton's time to shine as Junos weekend kicks into gear

Some of the biggest names in the Canadian entertainment industry will be in Edmonton in the next few days for the Juno festivities. An unsung non-profit —Alberta Music — has been working quietly behind the scenes to make dreams come true for close to 40 years.