Min Dhariwal

Journalist, broadcaster

In nearly 25 years of reporting, Min has worked all over the province covering countless breaking news and sports stories for CBC. He's also reported from the Olympics, Stanley Cup Finals, and the Grey Cup. Email: min.dhariwal@cbc.ca

Latest from Min Dhariwal

Ten years later: Edmontonian returns to city after buying new home beside his old property

Michael Melnychuk's real estate group has sold thousands of properties in the last 15 years but one last week still has him scratching his head. 

Leftovers YEG foundation helps save thousands of pounds of food by giving it a second chance

An Edmonton not-for-profit organization is helping save thousands of pounds of food from being thrown away by collecting it from bakeries, cafes and grocery stores.

Edmonton Oilers fan cashes in massive 50/50 winning ticket as raffle fever takes off 

Playoff hockey fever is alive and well in Edmonton, but 50/50 raffle fever may be even stronger with nearly $2 million dollars won in the first two games.

Stony Plain couple's food truck called up to join the NHL bubble

A Stony Plain couple are excited about the prospect of being included in the NHL's bubble for the next three weeks. Their food truck, Guilt Free Eats was chosen to help feed the nearly 1,000 people working and playing inside the Edmonton bubble.

Alberta sports teams approach province's Stage 2 reopening with caution

After nearly three months of virtual practices, thousands of amateur athletes are getting ready to join their teammates for real.

'It brought me to tears': Former Oiler shocked to see NHL stars support fight against racism

Former Oiler Mark Fraser says he's shocked to see Sidney Crosby and Connor McDavid speak out about George Floyd's death and putting an end to racism. It's the first time Fraser has seen the NHL's super elite weigh in on what's long been a controversial topic in the league.

Edmonton's craft beer producers tap into delivery market during pandemic  

When the pandemic hit, Edmonton's craft beer producers had little choice but to go looking for customers online.
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Edmonton's drive-thru COVID-19 clinic a well-oiled machine

When the novel coronavirus arrived in Alberta, public health restrictions forced many health workers to assume new roles.

Real estate agents replace face-to-face with masks, gloves and pandemic-friendly virtual skills

Real estate agents in Edmonton are going virtual to help sellers and buyers with their transactions. Typically, Edmonton's spring market is busy but numbers are down this year due to the uncertainty brought on by the pandemic.

Student athletes use online workouts to stay sharp during COVID-19 restrictions

COVID-19 restrictions have left coaches searching for creative ways to keep thousands of young players connected while remaining apart. Many teams and clubs in Edmonton are using online coaching to keep their players engaged with workouts at home.

'It's heartbreaking': Mill Woods restaurant owner helps people in need with free meals

Two Edmonton businessmen have teamed up to offer free meals to anyone in need.

Embassy in Peru praised for organizing buses, planes and a trip home for stuck Canadians

Michael Melymick and his girlfriend were locked down in Peru for almost thee weeks, but thanks to help from the Canadian embassy, they're now safe back home in Edmonton.

Edmonton police civilian employee charged with making, distributing and possessing child porn

An emergency communications officer with the Edmonton Police Service has been charged with making, distributing and possessing child pornography.

Edmonton man with Parkinson's and dementia gets support from strangers online

Jim Hamilton is benefiting from random acts of kindness after his daughter reached out to strangers on social media. The Oilers' Ryan Nugent-Hopkins is among those who have answered the call.

City officials scrambling to add showers and laundry facilities at COVID-19 drop-in centre

The EXPO Centre has been converted into a drop-in centre and isolation shelter for vulnerable segments of the population. Some using the centre say there aren't enough showers to use.

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