Min Dhariwal

Reporter/Anchor

In nearly 25 years of reporting, Min has worked all over the province covering countless breaking 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

'The best thing I ever did': St. Albert woman ends her secrecy about alopecia in fashion shoot

Shannon Cutler has been living with a secret for most of her life, but that all changed recently after she posed for a fashion shoot without her wig on. 

Edmonton Oilers GM, NHL denounce racist comments about defenceman Ethan Bear

The Edmonton Oilers' general manager, the NHL and others are rallying around defenceman Ethan Bear, who was the target of numerous racist online comments after his team was swept from the Stanley Cup playoffs Monday night.

Oilers fans pumped for the playoffs, despite pandemic restrictions

Edmonton is known for catching playoff fever, but this year there will be no Oilers fans in the stands, no outdoor public gatherings and the bars are closed due to pandemic restrictions.
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Surging lumber prices make wood a hot commodity for homebuilders and thieves

Between high demand, all-time high prices and high interest from thieves, plain old lumber has emerged as the hottest commodity of this year's home, deck and fence construction season.

Riding the vintage wave: Edmonton company bringing old bikes back to life

The Kenilworth Bike Company has been saving and refurbishing bikes in the Edmonton area for the last four years. They've scoured old barns and estate sales to find bikes which are, in some cases, 80 years old.

'Mask mouth' and 'mask jaw': Tips to alleviate the discomfort of covering up

Some workers who wear a mask throughout the day, adding stress to their jaws and giving rise to headaches, are finding ways to alleviate that tension without ditching the most widespread COVID-19 prevention tool.

Support for protesting farmers in India gaining momentum in Edmonton

Members of Edmonton's Indian community say farmers protesting agricultural reforms in India are finding support among the local diaspora, with community members raising money and expressing anger over the government's handling of the months-long protests.

'Dream come true:' Edmonton gamer puts his PUBG skills to the test in international tournament

18-year-old Nolan Burdick is preparing to compete in his first live international video game tournament, where teams have a chance at a $3.5 million dollar prize pool.

Ten years later: Edmontonian returns to city after buying new home beside his old property

Michael Melnychuk's real estate group has sold thousands of properties in the last 15 years but one last week still has him scratching his head. 

Leftovers YEG foundation helps save thousands of pounds of food by giving it a second chance

An Edmonton not-for-profit organization is helping save thousands of pounds of food from being thrown away by collecting it from bakeries, cafes and grocery stores.

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