Clare Bonnyman

Digital associate producer

Clare Bonnyman is a producer and reporter with CBC Edmonton. She has worked across the country and has expertise in digital reporting, audio production and podcasting. Clare won a national Radio Television Digital News Association award in 2019 for sports feature reporting. She focuses on stories about sound and community. You can reach her at

Latest from Clare Bonnyman

Edmonton gym building muscle and community for transgender clients

A volunteer-run training program is aiming to provide barrier-free fitness for transgender Edmontonians

A growing community celebrates Tamil Heritage Month in Edmonton

A growing community in the city, Tamil Heritage Month shares the language, celebration and culture of the diaspora.

This new project is bringing art and design to Edmonton's most vulnerable

A program at Boyle Street Community Services offers design and screen printing opportunities to Edmontonians experiencing homelessness.

Edmontonians work to increase representation, inclusivity in tabletop gaming

Alyx Bui grew up with Chinese ghost stories. Now they're using them to build a role playing game that will increase representation for 2SLGBT and Asian players.

Diwali 101: how to celebrate the festival of lights

Shaminder Parmar started a Diwali 101 course to connect his culture and community — he explains the meaning behind the massive celebration.

Wheelie big deal: Edmonton school kids get new bikes from Sport Central

Fifty-seven students received bikes and helmets from Sport Central, a local charity that donates thousands of bikes every year to those in need.

Alberta mural project illustrates Métis experience in residential schools

Métis Memories, a community-led project is now installed at the Canadian Museum of Human Rights until January of 2023.

New app offers Edmonton restaurants a way to share leftovers

A new app in Edmonton, Too Good To Go, is getting picked up by more than 100 businesses. It offers consumers surplus food at a reduced price.

Edmonton Storm tackling stigma around women's football

Edmonton’s only women’s tackle football team starts its first full season since 2019 with a win against the Calgary Rage.

Growing pains of a changing city: End looms for businesses uprooted by redevelopment

From its laundromat and corner store to its pizza place, the Strathearn Centre has been a bustling hub of the south Edmonton community for more than three decades.