Kenny Sharpe


Kenny Sharpe is currently reporting in Europe as part of the 2022 Arthur F. Burns Fellowship for Foreign Correspondents. Originally from Newfoundland and Labrador, he reports on daily news with a focus on the environment, mental health and politics.

Latest from Kenny Sharpe

Worried about a warming world, thousands of Germans reject using LNG — including Canada's

Hamburg hosts a week of escalating protests, with demonstrators saying liquefied natural gas is no solution to Europe’s Russian-government induced energy crisis. But German decision-makers have reached out to Canada about increasing exports.

Few details from Suncor, Ledcor Group about Newfoundland man killed at Alberta mine

Alberta Occupational Health and Safety are investigating after a Newfoundland man was killed Monday at a work site in northern Alberta.

A chunk of Bell Island cracked off, and photos show more could fall

The rock collapse happened on Apr. 19, 2019, and one resident of Bell Island thinks that's what people heard around Conception Bay.

With taxi service cut, Bell Island man says he faces 60-km trek for opioid treatment

Lloyd Lawlor believes his government-paid taxi service was halted because he moved to Bell Island from St. John's.
Atlantic Voice

'I don't regret one moment': Muskrat Falls protesters 2 years after their occupation

On this week’s episode of Atlantic Voice, the CBC’s Kenny Sharpe's new doc called The River introduces us to some of the protesters who went to jail to stop the Muskrat Falls mega project.

Blue Jays fans in U.S. use Facebook ad to say sorry for beer can throwing

A group of Toronto Blue Jays fans in the U.S. have bought a Facebook ad to say sorry to Baltimore Orioles fans for a beer-can tossing incident on Tuesday night.

Family, friends remember Ontario student who died of allergic reaction after drinking smoothie

Friends and family gathered to remember Andrea Mariano, who died a year earlier after drinking a smoothie that contained something she was fatally allergic to.

No fall harvest as popular market edged out by condo in Toronto's east end

Instead of celebrating the fall harvest, people in Toronto's east end are saying a fond farewell to a weekly farmer's market they say is being pushed out by a pending condo development.

Police turn to witnesses to help catch suspects in Keele shooting, robbery

This woman is one of several witnesses who heard a gunshot Friday in the Keele Street and Keelegate Drive area. Toronto police say they are looking for two suspects after a robbery and shooting that sent one victim to hospital.

Record hot summer could mean 'soft' start to winter, Environment Canada's David Phillips says

One of Canada's go-to weather and climate experts says winter 2017 could start soft and end hard, adding that he is also concerned by the summer people in Ontario have just endured.