Katarina Szulc

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Katarina Szulc is a reporter for CBC News in Edmonton. She previously worked at CityNews 1130 in Vancouver. In 2019, she was awarded the Student Journalist Jack Webster Award. You can email story ideas to Katarina.Szulc@cbc.ca.

Latest from Katarina Szulc

Economic summit highlights emerging technology out of Edmonton

Nearly 1,000 people attended the forward/slash Economic Summit in Edmonton, which showcased new technology and ideas.

New ambulances, more paramedics announced for Edmonton, Calgary amid EMS strain

Alberta Health Services has added five new ambulances and 20 more paramedics in Calgary and Edmonton respectively. 

Parks Canada to let Chetamon Mountain wildfire burn to promote ecological growth

The Chetamon Mountain wildfire in Jasper National Park will continue to burn in a controlled manner to help revitalize ecological growth, Parks Canada says.

3 Indigenous women challenge Alberta's mandatory oath to King amid lawsuit

Three Indigenous women aspiring to become lawyers in Alberta are challenging the King's Oath, because they say swearing an oath to a monarch is modern colonialism.

Restaurant owner says Edmonton police damaged patio, never contacted her

The owner of Fleisch Delikatessen is pushing for more action from the Edmonton Police Service after she says officers damaged her patio.

Alberta toddler dies waiting for stem cell donor; father continues donor campaign

A two-year-old boy from Lac La Biche, Alta., whose search for a stem cell donor captured hearts and headlines across the country, died Friday as he waited for a match.

'Their life is in limbo': Edmonton woman fears for safety of Afghan family waiting in Tajikistan

More than one year after the Taliban seized power in Afghanistan, one Edmonton woman is still waiting to reunite with her family.

'They don't want to see us happy,' Edmonton Pride Corner organizer says following gun threat

Organizers of Pride Corner On Whyte, a group of queer counter protesters who gather at the intersection of 104th Street and Whyte Avenue in Edmonton, say they have been receiving an increasing number of violent threats.

Edmonton real estate sales see first large drop since start of interest rate hikes

The Realtors Association of Edmonton says the region saw the first large decrease in home sales since interest rates began to rise earlier this year.

Habitat restoration shifts predator-prey dynamics of Alberta's caribou and wolves, study says

Study by the Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute looked at restoration efforts on human-made "linear features" in boreal forests and whether that work deters predators from hunting woodland caribou.

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