Josee St-Onge is a journalist with CBC Edmonton. She has also reported in French for Radio-Canada in Alberta and Saskatchewan.
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Alberta film industry benefits from embracing diverse talent, filmmakers say
Film producer Jananee Rasiah had an open mind when hiring the cast and crew for the film her team is working on, with the goal of tapping into Alberta’s diverse talent pool.
Rural Alberta food co-operative bridges gap between producers, consumers
A group of farmers in east-central Alberta is banding together to create a food co-operative that markets their collective products directly to consumers.
Grace notes: The fashion and music legacy of Edmonton piano teacher, Madame Rac
An Edmonton pianist who taught classical music to hundreds will also be remembered for her expansive collection of clothes, now being parcelled out to vintage-wear lovers.
Edmonton antique hunter finds unexpected grand treasures in piano teacher's estate
It was the the grand piano that convinced Edmonton antique hunter Alex Archbold to take a chance and purchase Bette-Joan Rac’s estate after her death.
City vows vigilance on COVID-19 health measures amid worries of variant-driven third wave
Police and peace officers in Edmonton will continue to enforce public health measures by handing out fines and warnings to people who flout the rules, said city manager Andre Corbould.
Alberta soldier convicted on child porn offences awaits sentencing
CFB Wainwright-based soldier Steven Massey will be sentenced next month after having been found guilty in an Edmonton courtroom of making and transmitting child pornography.
Cree teen launches video project to inspire others to use their voice
A young Cree activist is launching an online video project to share stories about overcoming adversity in order to break down stereotypes and inspire others to find their voices.
Travel by Alberta politicians could make it harder to enforce public health rules, experts say
Some Albertans may be less likely to follow public health orders after several politicians admitted to leaving the country despite pandemic restrictions, according to experts in human behaviour.
What Alberta's latest COVID-19 restrictions mean for you
As of Tuesday, Albertans can no longer attend indoor and outdoor social gatherings and must wear a mask in all public spaces and workplaces.
Psychiatric patients suffering under COVID-19 restrictions at Grey Nuns hospital, parents say
The parents of a patient discharged from a psychiatric unit at the Grey Nuns Community Hospital last week say isolation and a lack of treatment options have left their daughter on death’s door.