Nola Keeler

Nola Keeler is an award-winning journalist who has worked with CBC in Whitehorse, Yukon and Edmonton since 2000. She has worked as a host, reporter, news reader and producer for CBC. Send story ideas to

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Four musicals planned for Citadel Theatre's upcoming season

Edmonton's Citadel theatre announced their upcoming season this week with plenty of new events and productions.

'Love is ... love': Alberta cabinet minister makes history with same-sex marriage

Ricardo Miranda is looking for the perfect shoes for his wedding, a ceremony that will make history in Alberta later this month.

Free Fun: What you need to know about the Grey Cup Festival today

Parade, pancakes and more at the Grey Cup Festival on Saturday

Free Fun: What you need to know about the Grey Cup Festival today

Kick your weekend off with fun and games at the Grey Cup Festival on Friday

Free Fun: What you need to know about the Grey Cup Festival today

The Grey Cup Festival gathers speed Thursday will a full line-up of events.

Grey Cup game means big money for business

It may be just a football game, but the Grey Cup in Edmonton on Sunday is also a big boon to business.

Free Fun: What you need to know about the Grey Cup Festival today

With more than 50 events at the Grey Cup Festival in downtown Edmonton, deciding what to do can be overwhelming. So let CBC Edmonton do the heavy lifting for you.

Grey Cup to get military escort during stay in Edmonton

The most coveted prize in the Canadian Football League was scheduled to arrive at Edmonton International Airport Tuesday morning.

Zip lines, bungee jumps at Edmonton's Grey Cup Festival

Edmonton's Grey Cup Festival kicks off Wednesday next week with over 50 events, many of them free including a zip line, a bungee jump and a chance to go skiing, all on Jasper Avenue.

Too rude for the road: Here are the licence plates Alberta won't allow

From politically incorrect to plain old lewd, some vanity plates are just too rude for the road in Alberta.

Prize pumpkin pinched from Edmonton backyard

As pumpkins go, this was a beauty - two feet across and already over 30 pounds. It was growing along the fence in Wendi Matthes’s backyard in the Kensington neighbourhood.

'Bikes were all over the ground': Highway collision heightens cyclist's fear of vehicles

Richard Chau was riding at the back of a group of 16 cyclists when the collision happened Saturday morning along the Sherwood Park Freeway.

Bye bye birdie: Magpie flies the coop at Edmonton's Royal Alexandra hospital

A magpie that took up residence in the Royal Alexandra Hospital's six-storey atrium last month has finally flown the coop.

Alberta launches coast-to-coast robocall survey about TransMountain Pipeline

The province thinks the conversation about pipelines — whether it is support for, or concerns about — should be a national discussion involving all Canadians.

Canadian 'Dreamer' in Edmonton sees new university program as his best hope

A young Ethiopian man living in Edmonton hopes getting into a university in Toronto will help him and his family stay in Canada.