Zoe Todd is a CBC video journalist based in Alberta, filing videos and stories for web, radio and TV.
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RCMP lay murder charge after remains of missing Alberta woman found in Manitoba
Gloria Gladue's remains were discovered in rural Manitoba on June 17, RCMP confirmed in a news release Thursday.
'Help us': Cluster of overdoses prompts call for help by Grande Prairie outreach groups
Grande Prairie outreach groups say their clients are reeling following three overdoses in less than 24 hours on Wednesday.
Without government support, Indigenous healing lodge forced to turn some women away
Poundmaker's Lodge, an Indigenous addiction treatment centre, is asking the government to fund a transitional home for women.
Rough ride for Albertans as 'prolific car theft' continues
Every hour, nearly three Albertans discover their vehicles are not where they left them. Law enforcement and insurance experts are breaking down the numbers this week at the 2018 Central Canadian Auto-Theft Association Seminar.
Grande Prairie family hits back at childhood cancer with sold-out fundraising fight
The second-annual Fight for Hope boxing championship in Grande Prairie is expected to raise more than $200,000 for sick children.
Safe site for drug consumption one step closer in Grande Prairie
Grande Prairie outreach group HIV North is in the final stages of applying for federal permission to open a mobile site for supervised drug use.
Grande Prairie farmers' market rallies for struggling vendor
Vendors at a farmers' market in Grande Prairie are pulling together to support a local artist whose hands are too shaky to draw or paint following emergency heart surgery.
Rural buses to connect villages, towns to Grande Prairie
Grande Prairie is applying for provincial funding to run a rural bus pilot project that would connect the city to towns and villages in a 50-kilometre radius.
Notley highlights Grande Prairie for energy diversification
Premier Rachel Notley on Friday announced a Grande Prairie company will be included in the second round of Alberta's petrochemical diversification program.
Alberta wraps up public consultation on caribou plan
The province is in the final stages of planning how it will fulfill a federal mandate to protect the threatened boreal and mountain caribou species in Alberta.