Zoe Todd

Video Journalist

Zoe Todd is a CBC video journalist based in Alberta, filing videos and stories for web, radio and TV.

Latest from Zoe Todd

Wetaskiwin rallies for single mother of 3 sisters killed in highway crash

The town of Wetaskiwin, Alta., is pulling together for a single mother who lost three of her daughters to a deadly highway crash on June 5.

Alberta scientists help identify stillbirth-predicting blood chemicals

Scientists, including researchers from the University of Alberta, have identified five chemicals in pregnant women's blood that could help doctors predict and prevent stillbirths.

How 'a couple of Alberta boys' developed a potentially lifesaving coverall modification

It started as an idea so simple, stepbrothers Kris McLeod and Mike Rutten were sure it already existed.

'It's just freedom': Homegrown Sherwood Park festival stokes female empowerment

Roughly 200 women are expected to attend the second annual Alchemy of Womyn Festival in Sherwood Park.

Edmonton doctors, nurses help children with heart disease make summer camp memories

Eleven boys and girls diagnosed with heart disease had the opportunity to experience summer camp in Edmonton on Saturday, thanks to a volunteer team of doctors and nurses.

Around-the-clock LRT construction ticking off downtown residents

Around-the-clock noise from Valley Line LRT construction is grinding down the patience of some people living above the downtown build sites.

Chemical company's Edmonton sites the scene of multiple fires since December

Edmonton firefighters have responded to a rash of fires — the most recent of which was last week —​ at locations used by American chemical company Hexion Inc.

Grande Prairie runners fend off 3 grizzlies on Canadian Death Race trail

Two runners from Grande Prairie fought off a grizzly attack while training near Grande Cache, Alta., for the Canadian Death Race.

'Have a heart': Grande Prairie woman pleads for return of disabled son's stolen tricycle

A Grande Prairie woman is pleading for the return of her teenage son's customized tricycle.

She's 89, deaf and suffering from dementia. Is the busy care system isolating her further?

An 83-year-old Edmonton man is calling for a review of seniors' care in Alberta, sharing his deaf wife's story to underline the need for more compassionate care.

RCMP lay murder charge after remains of missing Alberta woman found in Manitoba

Gloria Gladue's remains were discovered in rural Manitoba on June 17, RCMP confirmed in a news release Thursday.

Edmonton woman falls through store ceiling during failed escape from RCMP

A woman fell through the ceiling of a Spruce Grove convenience store while trying to escape police on Monday.

Jury deliberations set to begin for Edmonton man accused of killing son-in-law

Members of the jury will reconvene Monday for the sentencing of Roberto Robles, the 75-year-old Edmonton man accused of killing his son-in-law in 2016.

'Help us': Cluster of overdoses prompts call for help by Grande Prairie outreach groups

Grande Prairie outreach groups say their clients are reeling following three overdoses in less than 24 hours on Wednesday.

Former Africa Centre executive director sues over firing

The co-founder and former executive director of Africa Centre in Edmonton is seeking more than $365,000 in damages and unpaid vacation after being fired in March amid allegations of sexual harassment.