Travis McEwan is a video journalist who has not won any awards. Originally from Churchill, Man., he's spent the last decade working at CBC Edmonton. Email story ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org
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Big money: Edmonton Oilers allowed to more than double its 50/50 ticket sales on Friday
The Edmonton Oilers' 50/50 contest will more than double the amount of tickets it sells for the teams' game on Friday, after maxing out their ticket sales hours before game time on Wednesday.
Downtown hotels in NHL bubble to get welcome economic boost
Four Edmonton hotels will be busy with guest as NHL teams, media and staff are expected to arrive in the city this weekend.
Sturgeon County offers beaver bounty to combat flooding issues
Sturgeon County, north of Edmonton, will start a beaver control program offering a $20 bounty for a beaver tail.
SNFU frontman Mr. Chi Pig remembered by Edmonton fans and musicians
Mr. Chi Pig, whose real name was Ken Chinn, has died at 57. He was the eccentric frontman of Canadian hardcore punk band SNFU, which formed in Edmonton in 1981.
New networks offering services for families after funding cancelled for Parent Link Centres
Family Resource Networks are offering services to include children and their families who used programming through Parent Link Centres, which were cancelled by the Alberta government.
Alpaca popularity growing in Canada, with almost half the population in Alberta
Alberta is fast becoming a hot spot for some animals native to South America, prized for their gentle temperament and warm, fuzzy fleece.
Is today the day? Edmonton anticipates NHL hub city announcement
It's an announcement that has been anticipated for weeks: the NHL officially declaring its plan to resume the season and have Edmonton host games at Rogers Place as one of two hub cities.
Edmonton-area company set to be Canada's largest producer of cannabis-infused gummies
An Edmonton-area company is set to become the largest producer of cannabis-infused gummies in the country.
Edmonton senior hosts online cooking show with grandsons
An Edmonton senior with a big personality has been hosting an Italian cooking show on YouTube and Facebook, which is produced by his grandsons.
2 Edmonton teachers create Black Teachers' Association of Alberta
Overcome with pride and enthusiasm the day after a massive anti-racism rally, two Edmonton teachers wanted to find a way to do more for Black teachers and students in the province.
I Have A Dream 2020: Andrew Parker reflects on speech he gave at Edmonton anti-racism rally
When Andrew Parker, an Edmonton teacher, was asked to make a speech at an anti-racism rally on June 5, he was given one day to sum up his take on the racism he has experienced over 37 years.
Quiet streets this year help Edmonton road crews fill more potholes
The City of Edmonton has filled more potholes than last year at this point, citing quiet streets during the pandemic as reason for more repairs.
Provincial achievement tests would return for 2020-21, if students are back in school
Under Alberta's re-entry plan for schools, provincial achievement tests (PATs) would be an option if students return to classrooms.
Businesses banking on 2020 grad season take big hit due to pandemic cancellations
Edmonton businesses that bank on annual high school graduation events have taken losses, but hope loosened restrictions on gatherings lead to sales.
Redwater grads settle for front-door celebrations after COVID-19 quashes ceremony, banquet
When health restrictions forced graduating high school students in Redwater, Alta., to cancel their grad, their teachers found another way to honour them.