Carla Ulrich

Video journalist

Carla Ulrich is a video journalist with CBC North in Fort Smith, N.W.T. Reach her at carla.ulrich@cbc.ca.

Latest from Carla Ulrich

Health staff in Fort Smith receiving made-in-the-North anti-racism training

The Northwest Territory's health department tried using training programs from other jurisdictions, but then realized it could build its own. The curriculum was first used last year.

Fort Resolution District Education Authority and parent coalition meet, resolve to address future concerns

The Fort Resolution District Education Authority met with a newly formed parent coalition this week. The coalition called for the special meeting after serious allegations about Deninu School as a workplace and educational centre surfaced in the media.

Fort Smith artist Michel Labine is on track to complete the world's largest snowshoe

Fort Smith artist Michel Labine is just a few steps away from completing a traditional snowshoe that he hopes will claim the title of world's largest in the Guinness Book of World Records.
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Former staff say workplace bullying drove them out of teaching in Fort Resolution, N.W.T.

At least seven staff members left Deninu School in Fort Resolution at the end of the 2021-22 school year, with some claiming the work environment had become too toxic to continue working there.

Yellowknife lawyer and former privacy commissioner Elaine Keenan Bengts passes away at 63

On Monday, Elaine Keenan Bengts passed away in her Yellowknife home, after fighting a battle with cancer.

Out-of-date land use plan stopping Fort Liard man from building farm

A man in Fort Liard, N.W.T. says his months-in-the-making plan to turn a plot of land near the community’s airport into a farm is being stopped in its tracks until land claim agreements for the area are settled.

Wood Buffalo National Park anthrax outbreak appears to slow, no new carcasses in past week

A suspected anthrax outbreak in a remote area of Wood Buffalo National Park was confirmed last week after samples sent to a lab came back positive. Fifty nine mortalities have been confirmed and continue to be in remote areas of the park which pose no risk to the public.

Conibear family history finds a home in Fort Smith museum

This week, Ada’s great-grandson, Don Conibear along with his wife Carolyn, were in Fort Smith, N.W.T., to finally see a place he’s heard about his entire life — a land cherished through years of family lore.

Suspected anthrax outbreak strikes Wood Buffalo National Park

A potential anthrax outbreak is being investigated in a remote area of Wood Buffalo National Park. Although extremely rare, humans can get anthrax from contact with infected bison, but officials say there's no threat to the public for now.

Acho Dene Koe delay election for chief, blame unratified election code

Acho Dene Koe First Nation (ADKFN) in Fort Liard, N.W.T., have delayed their election for chief after elections officer, Graeme Drew, recommended they amend the election code or he resigns.

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