Travis McEwan


Travis McEwan is an award-winning video journalist. Originally from Churchill, Man., he's spent the last decade working at CBC Edmonton. Email story ideas to

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Edmonton pilot project aiming to get homeless emergency patients into stable housing

A group of Edmontonians is requesting $290,000 from city council to operate a pilot project that would offer homeless patients in emergency rooms a chance to get into housing when they're released.

Neighbourhood's worst fear realized when ignored warnings about roaming dogs ends in attack

Gordon Sopczak had just dropped off his granddaughter and was doing yard work when he noticed the two dogs running toward him.

Snowfall leads to seeding delay for farmers, but some remain optimistic about early start

Recent snowfall has led to a delay in seeding crops for some Alberta farmers who were looking to get ahead in a year where they're experiencing an increase in costs.

Group of property owners selling 10-lot block near Edmonton's river valley

Aging homes, an increasing real estate market, and an opportunity for more housing has led to a group of residential property owners to team up and list a whole block near Edmonton's river valley.

How a central Alberta school turned braid bullying into a teaching moment with the help of an elder

The response to the teasing of a young student at a central Alberta school over his long hair, highlights the importance of having elders in schools, says the boys mother.

Edmonton club owners excited for big weekend with COVID-19 restrictions lifted

Edmonton club owners are relieved to be opening again this weekend after the province lifted public health restrictions on dancing. Some clubs had been closed for nearly two months.

Parents frustrated by closure of Edmonton Catholic school and its Polish bilingual program

Parents of students who are enrolled at St. Basil Catholic Elementary and Junior High are disappointed by the board's decision to close the school on June 30.

Old Strathcona business community hopes new additions lead to bounce-back

As Edmonton's Old Strathcona neighbourhood welcomes new businesses this year, its business association hopes the activity leads to more foot traffic and filled commercial space.

Edmonton's Branden Sison named to Canada's Para ice hockey team for Beijing Paralympics

After spending the past couple of years driving back and forth between Edmonton and Calgary for practice, the 22-year-old will be making his Paralympic Games debut in Beijing.

Downtown Edmonton hopes to be back in business with an anticipated end to working from home

If COVID-19 hospitalization numbers continue to dip, the mandatory work-from-home order will be among measures lifted when the next phase kicks in at the beginning of March.