Min Dhariwal

Reporter/Anchor

In nearly 25 years of reporting, Min has worked all over the province covering countless breaking 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

City of St. Albert believes new approach to yard waste disposal is on the right track

The city of St. Albert is no longer picking up plastic bags of leaves. The city is urging homeowners to use paper bags instead. You can also use reusable garbage bags to get rid of your leaves.

Sherwood Park's Chuba Hubbard taking Heisman Trophy talk in stride

Sherwood Park's Chuba Hubbard is garnering Heisman Trophy talk south of the border. The Oklahoma State University running back is leading the NCAA in rushing yards.

Maskwacis celebrates new chapter with grand opening of first public library

The community of Maskwacis celebrates the grand opening of its first ever public library on Friday. A pop-up library had been operating out of the Howard Buffalo Memorial Centre since Febrary.

Charges will bring 'accountability,' says father of Alberta village worker killed on job

Not a day goes by that Dwight Levick doesn’t think about his daughter Martina, who died in a workplace fatality.

'We're going to do a deep dive': Oilers Nicholson ready to interview GM candidates

Edmonton Oilers CEO Bob Nicholson is getting a second crack at finding someone who can steer his club back into the NHL playoffs.

'Playoff vibes': Oilers finally coming together, but is it too late?

The way an NHL team practises is usually a good indicator of how the players feel about themselves.

'I can't get it cold enough': Danish tourists embrace Edmonton's cold weather

Asbjoern Baremar and his family came here from Denmark this month to enjoy some authentic winter weather. Asked if the extreme cold has been too much, he said: "You're asking the wrong one. I can't get it cold enough."

Edmonton Stingers name Barnaby Craddock first head coach

It took some time, and finessing but in the end the Edmonton Stingers finally got their man.

Oilers defenceman Andrej Sekera takes return to lineup in stride

During practice Tuesday morning, Oilers defenceman Andrej Sekera looked like his old self again, something that hasn't be said for more than a year and a half.

Hockey ref raising awareness for Alzheimer's disease with marathon skate sessions

Wearing a bright yellow hoodie, along with his AC/DC fleece pants Steve McNeil is hard to miss on the ice. The Toronto area hockey ref is skating circles to raise awareness for Alzheimer’s disease.

'We want to win now': New Eskimos quarterback Trevor Harris is ready to go

New Edmonton Eskimos quarterback Trevor Harris stepped into the team’s locker room for the first time Thursday. Like many of the greats on the walls before him, Harris says he wants to win, and he wants to do it right now.

Edmonton Eskimos GM applauded for stabilizing CFL club in free-agency frenzy

As soon as the Edmonton Eskimos played their final game of the season, talk shifted to quarterback Mike Reilly's future with the club.

Oilers get boost as Oscar Klefbom returns to lineup against surging Blackhawks

The Oilers defence had a different feel and look about it this morning during a short practice at Rogers Place before facing the Chicago Blackhawks at Rogers Place tonight.

'Today is a major, major downer': Emotional last day as Northlands closes casino

The Northlands Park and Casino will close its doors for good early Friday morning, three months after horse racing came to an end at the Edmonton racetrack.

Oilers players not buying in 'should get out of the room,' McDavid says

As far as emotional NHL captains go, Connor McDavid isn't one to put out in front of the TV cameras.