Scott Stevenson


Scott Stevenson is a journalist with CBC Edmonton. He has worked in the news industry in Alberta for nearly 20 years, including 10 years with Alberta's other public broadcaster, CKUA. He has also worked in newsrooms in Calgary, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat and Cold Lake. Share your stories with Scott at

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Emergency response delays due to CN crossing unacceptable, say residents of Edmonton neighbourhood

Residents of Edmonton's Maple Crest neighbourhood are worried the lack of access to the community during an emergency may put their lives at risk. 
In Depth

Alberta's Trout Highway: Barry Mitchell's fishing legacy remains a hot commodity

Despite being out of print for nearly 20 years, Alberta's Trout Highway: Fishing the Forestry Trunk Road is sought after by many, found by few, and expensive for those who do track down a copy.

Birdwatcher, lineman rescue osprey tangled in power line in central Alberta

An osprey that became entangled in a power line Tuesday is back tending to its chicks thanks to a birdwatcher and a Red Deer County lineman.

Pair of buffleheads reunited with 3 ducklings after night out in Hinton, Alta.

An Alberta Fish and Wildlife officer went above and beyond to reunite some abandoned ducklings with their parents.

Alberta climbers conquer mountain of trash in David Thompson Country

Longtime users of the natural areas in the David Thompson corridor say they’re seeing more people and more garbage than ever before.

Meet the Mustangz: Maskwacis drummer boys finish big in virtual powwow contest

Five preteen boys with connections to Maskwacis are receiving a lot of attention for the drumming and singing video they entered in an online powwow competition.

Alberta woman to be reunited with class ring lost 30 years ago

A Lethbridge man's metal detecting hobby, combined with a little assistance from the Internet, has resulted in an Alberta woman being reunited with a class ring she lost nearly 30 years ago.

Alberta bucks trend when it comes to hunting

Longtime hunter Jamil Gotmy isn't surprised when he hears more Albertans are taking up hunting than anywhere else in Canada or the U.S.

Maskwacis, Alta., woman inducted to 8-ball hall of fame

Jana Montour is not someone you want to challenge to a game of pool at the local pub.

Alberta's campers turn to public land due to COVID-19

With provincial campgrounds set to open at half capacity on June 1 and national campgrounds still closed, more campers are expected to make use of public land as an alternative.