Travis McEwan

Videojournalist

Travis McEwan is a video journalist who has not won any awards. Originally from Churchill, Man., he's spent the last decade working at CBC Edmonton. Email story ideas to travis.mcewan@cbc.ca

Latest from Travis McEwan

From dosas to gnocchi, Albertans expand their cooking skills virtually

The chef and owner of an Edmonton culinary school has seen such a demand in virtual classes during the winter that she plans to make a permanent offering.

Medical student equity program at U of A expanding to reach more underrepresented communities

A student-led program at the University of Alberta is expanding eligibility to reach more communities that are underrepresented in the medical field.

Cold temperatures, hot demand: Some Edmonton businesses see surge during cold snap

As Edmontonians deal with a deep freeze, some businesses are in high demand.

Death of Red Deer man linked to COVID-19 outbreak at meat plant, says Alberta Health

The Olymel meat-processing plant in Red Deer has been dealing with an outbreak of the disease since Nov. 17.

Former jockey dorms used to help homeless Edmontonians transition into permanent homes

Once used by horse racing jockeys, a newly renovated residence offers Edmontonians struggling with homelessness a chance to transition into permanent homes.

Alberta funeral homes offer different ways to grieve during pandemic restrictions

Live streams and video recording of funeral services weren't popular options for grieving families. but some funeral directors say the service may be here to stay.

COVID-19 cases surge over 2 weeks at Edmonton seniors' residence

An Edmonton independent seniors' residence is dealing with an COVID-19 outbreak linked to 173 cases and 6 deaths.

Chasing Olympic dreams, Edmonton athletes power through pandemic

While one Edmonton athlete has put his Olympic aspirations behind him, others are waiting for another shot as they deal with the challenges of a pandemic.

Get an appraisal before selling out-of-print bills, currency collectors say

Canadian bills that haven't been printed in decades will lose their value in cash transactions, and currency collectors are recommending Canadians check their worth before cashing them in.

New art series will focus on Edmonton's heritage homes

An Edmonton artist is spending close to a year painting and researching historic homes in Edmonton as part of her residency.

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