Jamie Malbeuf

Jamie Malbeuf is a reporter with CBC News, based in Fort McMurray. She started her career with CBC in 2017, after graduating from MacEwan University with a major in journalism. She covers a range of topics including health, justice and housing. Follow her on Twitter @JamieMalbeuf. Send story ideas to jamie.malbeuf@cbc.ca.

Latest from Jamie Malbeuf

Meet some of the 2,000 volunteers making the Arctic Winter Games possible

The size of the volunteer squad almost matches the number of coaches, players and spectators at the games, which end Saturday in Fort McMurray.

Fort McMurray businesses ramping up for Arctic Winter Games

Businesses in Fort McMurray are ramping up in preparation for the 2023 Arctic Winter Games. Owners and managers are bringing on more staff and ordering more food to try and contend with the expected influx of athletes, coaches and spectators.

Provincial boundary a barrier for health-care services near Alberta-N.W.T. border, residents say

A woman in a small Alberta hamlet is trying to get equal health care in her community after struggling to get home care following her open-heart surgery in 2013.

Report supports centralized Alberta EMS dispatch, but communities still have concerns

A report released by the Alberta government has done little to assuage the concerns of municipalities in Alberta who have been opposing the centralization of EMS dispatch.

How a school in northern Alberta is protecting Cree and Dene language and culture

A northern Alberta school is bringing Indigenous language and culture to the forefront of education after leaders removed the previous school board and started working with a new one.

Conservation group opposes oilsands mining project on northern Alberta wetland

An Alberta conservation group is raising concerns about the potential for environmental damage an approved plan for an oilsands mining operation on an important wetland in northern Alberta

Athletes, activists to carry torch for Arctic Winter Games in Wood Buffalo

The flame of the Arctic Winter Games will travel across some of the most northern communities in Alberta this week, on its way to Fort McMurray for the 2023 edition of the event that combines northern sports and culture.

How bannock doughnuts helped this Métis entrepreneur provide for her kids — and keep them humble

After Ginger Auger finished rehabilitation, she found out she was pregnant. That spurred her to start Ginger's Bannock House, now an award-winning business in Fort McMurray.

On target: Lac La Biche to host 2024 World Archery Field Championships

Lac La Biche will be hosting the 2024 World Archery Field Championships; the second international archery competition to be held in the small town in the last five years.

Fort McMurray non-profits struggling to find volunteers

Fort McMurray non-profits are seeing fewer volunteers coming out for fundraising events this year, with at least one seeing half the typical number of volunteers.