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 or email Jamie.Malbeuf@cbc.ca with a story idea.

Latest from Jamie Malbeuf

Fort McMurray woman running 200 kilometres to showcase beauty of Wood Buffalo region

A Fort McMurray woman is testing her physical limits with a 200-kilometre run in an effort to showcase the Wood Buffalo region.

Alberta Children's Services worker found guilty of accessing and possessing child pornography

A social worker for Alberta Children's Service has been found guilty of accessing and possessing child pornography after thousands of images were found on his personal thumb drive and work laptop.

Province seeks injunction to force Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo to transfer 911 calls

Alberta Health Services and Alberta Health have applied for an injunction asking the court to force the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo to transfer 911 calls to the provincial dispatch system. 

Wood Buffalo defies Alberta Health Services, refuses to transfer 911 calls to provincial dispatch

After vocally fighting the government for months, Wood Buffalo emergency services says it will no longer transfer 911 calls to the provincial dispatch centre.

Fort McMurray man pleads not guilty to weapons offences involving ex-girlfriend

A Fort McMurray man pleaded not guilty to discharging, pointing, possession and careless use of a firearm after allegedly shooting at his ex-girlfriend in 2018.

Alberta's oilsands take steps to keep COVID-19 in check as total cases creep past 1,000

There have been more than 1,000 cases of COVID-19 linked to oilsands outbreaks in Alberta since the pandemic began in March, including 120 cases diagnosed in other provinces.

Alberta mayors, fire captains say new centralized ambulance dispatch a threat to patient safety

Four Alberta mayors say Alberta Health Service's decision to consolidate EMS services is causing delays that put people at risk, and firefighters in a northern Alberta hamlet are chiming in with their concerns about recent problems caused by the new system.

No remedy in sight for Wood Buffalo homeowners plagued by sliding hill

A sliding hill in Fort McMurray has been plagued 10 homeowners for years, and residents are getting less hopeful the municipality will help with the plight.

Jury to start deliberations in Chipman, Alta., double-murder trial

A 12-person jury is being asked to decide whether Raymond Nickerson fired his gun in self-defence or whether he deliberately killed two men.

Fort Chipewyan winter road being rebuilt after mild weather melts ice

Contractors are working to build up the winter road into Fort Chipewyan, after it was closed earlier in January due to safety concerns.

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