Travis McEwan

Videojournalist

Travis McEwan is a video journalist, who has not won any awards. Originally from Churchill, Manitoba, he's spent the last decade working at CBC Edmonton. Email story ideas to travis.mcewan@cbc.ca

Latest from Travis McEwan

Red Deer surveillance camera registry exceeds expectations months after launch

A surveillance camera registry in Red Deer, the first owned by RCMP, has more registrants than expected since it was launched online four months ago.

Alberta firefighters call for reversal of cut to helicopter rappel program

Firefighters who rappel from helicopters to fight forest fires are calling on the Alberta government to reverse its decision to end the program.

E-scooters pulled off Edmonton streets as flurries and colder weather expected

Electric scooters have disappeared from Edmonton streets, while one company calls it temporary and the other says it's for the winter.

U of A donates land it didn't know it owned to Fort Assiniboine legion

The University of Alberta is transferring an apartment-sized plot of land it was unaware it owned to the Royal Canadian Legion in Fort Assiniboine, Alta.

Dignity Day art focuses on issues and solutions around homelessness

Dignity Day events feature artwork focuses on homelessness solutions and issues in the fourth year it's been held in the city.

Edmonton wrestling super fan to be honoured after losing fight to cancer

An Edmonton woman who loyally attended Prairie Wrestling Alliance events despite living with an oxygen tank is being honoured by the wrestling community.

Crosshairs on Liberal lawn sign condemned by Edmonton candidates

Candidates are condemning a lawn sign in a southeast Edmonton riding that has crosshairs centred on the heads of Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau and Mill Woods candidate Amarjeet Sohi.

Young Alberta activists join global climate strikes

Young activists marched to a climate strike rally at the Alberta Legislature Friday to call for a reduction in carbon dioxide emissions.

Edmonton trustee wants 'academic amnesty' for students in climate protest

An Edmonton trustee is calling for schools to not punish students if they decide to walk-out and join a mass climate protest on Friday.

City of Edmonton removing red brick crosswalks along 124th Street

The City of Edmonton is removing red brick crosswalks from 124th Street intersections due to the material losing traction and becoming slippery.

'Quite scary': Driver fined for unsecured scrap load in Edmonton

A driver faces $2,000 in fines after driving a load of three pieces of scrap farm equipment — a severe example of cargo security issues on Alberta highways, according to a community peace officer.

City of Grande Prairie adds security to new tent city

The City of Grande Prairie has assisted with a new tent city site, and is working with agencies to house the more than 70 people living there.

Closure of outdoor pools and attractions marks end of rainy summer

The closure of outdoor pools and attractions marks the end of a mild, wet Edmonton summer.

Team of Central Alberta kids conquer gruelling ultramarathon course

A team of central Alberta teen and preteens finished a gruelling 161 kilometre race through the Rocky Mountains, accompanied by a family of ultramarathoners.

'I was definitely beyond terrified': Woman, dog cornered by coyotes in Laurier Heights

An Edmonton woman was terrified after she and her small dog were followed and cornered by a pack of coyotes last week.