Emily Fitzpatrick

Video Journalist

Emily Fitzpatrick is a video journalist with CBC Edmonton.

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Scarcity of slugs has U of A biologist urging gardeners to dig some up for her research

The University of Alberta’s slug lab needs help from home gardeners. They are looking for your slugs, to further their research into naturally controlling the slug population.

Strained by COVID-19, Alberta's rural communities desperate for guidance from government

Rural Alberta communities are looking for guidance from the government as they tackle rising COVID-19 case numbers.

First families have landed in Edmonton's historic Blatchford development

It's been almost a decade since Edmonton's City Centre Airport closed down its runways, but in the last few weeks, there's been the hum of a new kind of activity: people moving in to their new homes.

Whether in a rubber dinghy or a speed boat, Albertans urged to be safe around the water

Many people are getting out and using Alberta’s lakes and rivers, sometimes for the first time.

Taking shape: The pandemic delayed this tiny-home build, but it's coming along now

Building a very small home in the middle of a pandemic has come with some challenges.

New drug offers hope to Edmonton woman with rare disease

Laurie Young, who has spinal muscular atrophy, is now taking an expensive new drug that is improving her life.

Reimagined as a restaurant, Transit Hotel struggles to open to public

For the past year, David Egan and his crew have been working to bring the historic Transit Hotel on Fort Road back to its former glory. They were ready to open the doors in December but they’re still waiting on the correct permits.

Edmonton disc golf league driving more women to play

After Jo Henderson showed up to a tournament in October and saw she was the only woman on the roster, she decided to do something. She teamed up with the Edmonton Disc Golf Association and started a women's league.

Saying yes to sharing the dress: Edmonton woman sending her wedding gown to Illinois

In 2009, the magic of reality television let Ashley Dehelean, an Illinois teen, watch Edmonton business owner Rychelle Tuck find the gown of her dreams. Or, to be more precise, the gown of both their dreams.

New public high school set to open in fast-growing southwest Edmonton neighbourhood

Dr. Anne Anderson School, the division's first new high school in 12 years, will welcome students from Grade 10 and 11 this fall, then expand to include Grade 12 in the 2022 school year.