Min Dhariwal

Journalist, broadcaster

In nearly 25 years of reporting, Min has worked all over the province covering countless breaking news and sports stories for CBC. He's also reported from the Olympics, Stanley Cup Finals, and the Grey Cup. Email: min.dhariwal@cbc.ca

Latest from Min Dhariwal


Hayley Wickenheiser, Andrew Ference find 'hockey heaven' in the Himalayas

Hayley Wickenheiser and Andrew Ference are in Ladakh, India for two weeks helping the Indian women's national hockey team and kids in the region learn about the game of hockey.

Oilers bloggers having fun despite team's losing ways

Edmonton fans are passionate about their hockey team. The turnout last weekend in Las Vegas was certainly proof of that.

First round of city's new salt brine hits Edmonton streets

Don't be shocked if you see trucks watering city streets this winter. The city isn't icing the roads but doing the opposite by spraying salt brine as part of a new pilot project aimed at keeping roads clean and safe.

'It's really special:' Edmonton professional paintball team takes world cup trophy

A professional Edmonton paintball team is at the top of their game after being crowned world cup champions at a tournament in Florida on Sunday.

Celebration planned to mark 1984-85 Edmonton Oilers as NHL's greatest team

The 1984-85 Edmonton Oilers were voted as the best team of all time in the NHL's 100-year history. Oilers Entertainment Group will host a public celebration with fans on Feb. 11.

'I don't think I could ever thank him enough': Dog owner credits St. Bernard for saving her from fire

Natalie Lafrance was fast asleep Monday when the sound of scratching paws at her bedroom door startled her awake.

'World's strongest organist': Leduc church music director shatters world powerlifting records

The music director at St. David's United Church in Leduc shattered a powerlifting record last weekend in Calgary. Colin Bonneau now owns 90 powerlifting world records and at 70 years old, isn't slowing down.

Edmonton UFC main-event fight cancelled due to illness

Some of the buzz about Edmonton's UFC fights fizzled Friday after the main event was scratched when flyweight contender Ray Borg came down with a viral illness.

Fort Saskatchewan toddler walking 100 kilometres in 100 days for Kidney Foundation

At first, people were skeptical, many wondering whether a toddler really could walk 100 kilometres in 100 days. But Sam McKail, all of two years old, plans to finish his long walk this weekend in Calgary.

School-zone speed limits extended to include junior highs

The signs were up and the police were out in school zones across the city Tuesday as thousands of kids returned to classrooms. The speed limit of 30 km/h has now been extended to include all 43 junior high schools in the city. The limit is enforced from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.