Emily Fitzpatrick

Video Journalist

Emily Fitzpatrick is a video journalist with CBC Edmonton.

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Edmonton woman recounts 'horrible' work environment at The Needle Vinyl Tavern

A former employee of The Needle Vinyl Tavern says workplace harassment was commonplace.

'I couldn't move my arms': Edmonton road rage victim tells her story

An Edmonton woman recovering in hospital after a vicious road-rage assault says the man who attacked her with a crowbar also tried to run her over.

'Bring them home': 9 pit bull puppies stolen from Edmonton garage

Lisa Morrey had her dog's nine 5-week-old puppies in the heated garage eating dinner. When she went to check on them an hour later, all of them had been stolen.

Memorial honouring fallen first responders unveiled at city hall

Artist Wayne Ashley built a mosaic memorial for Edmonton's first responders that now sits in city hall.

City council delays Quarters tower decision for two months

A controversial land deal for an 80-storey hotel and condominium along Jasper Avenue has been delayed for 60 days by city council. Mayor Don Iveson and council want to ensure the city can get the land back in the event the project doesn't go ahead.

Edmonton LRT starts running at full speed; most riders don't notice

After two years of setbacks the Metro LRT is running at full speed. But, most riders didn't feel the difference.

'You're here and you are welcome': Special valentines left at Sherwood Park mosque

The "Show your love, Fill the fence" campaign was organized by Sherwood Park residents. They hope to cover a fence outside of a mosque under construction in Sherwood Park with messages of love and support.

Alberta nurse returns from 9 weeks on hospital ship in Africa

It was nine weeks that Erin Woodcox will never forget. The registered nurse from Athabasca, Alta. volunteered aboard a charity hospital ship off the coast of Benin in Africa

Edmonton police officer unlawfully exercised authority during arrest: disciplinary hearing

Police Const. Adam Woodburn unlawfully exercised his authority and engaged in discreditable conduct when he arrested an Edmonton lawyer more than five years ago, a police disciplinary hearing has found.

First female graduates from Edmonton fire cadets 'paving the path'

Edmonton's Fire Cadet training program has graduated its first female cadets. Three young women spent the last 18 months learning what it takes to be a firefighter.

Winter road king has tips for staying out of the ditch

Navigating Alberta's icy roads is one of the hardest things for new drivers to learn. And this week has been especially bad for traffic and accidents in Edmonton with the extra cold weather. But Mike Broadley is used to it.

Alberta researcher studies Sherpas in the sky

A University of Alberta researcher is climbing to great heights in the name of science. Craig Steinback spent two weeks in Nepal studying Sherpas alongside 21 other researchers from around the world.

Only 8 per cent of Albertans registered as organ donors

More than two years after the province created an online registry in hopes of increasing the number of organ donors, only eight per cent of Albertans have registered with the program, says Alberta Health.

For Orthodox Christians in Edmonton and around the world, tonight is Christmas Eve

As the January blues sets in for many people following the Christmas season, for some in our city the celebrations are about to begin.

Student charged with cyber crimes in U of A malware breach

The University of Alberta is reassuring students and staff their computer systems are secure following two malware security breaches in November. In total, 304 university computers and potentially 3,323 users’ passwords may have been affected, the U of A's chief information security officer says.