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

For third time in two years, Fort McMurray high school fields winner of major STEM scholarship

"I thought there was probably a five per cent chance that I'd get it," says Rion Schulz about winning the prestigious Schulich Scholarship for students planning to pursue post-secondary studies in science, technology, engineering or mathematics.

Fort McMurray mom with disability fighting for more accessible transportation options

A Fort McMurray mother is fighting for accessible transportation in the community after discovering just how hard it is to get around town with a child and a disability.

RCMP add mental health nurse to crisis team in Wood Buffalo

Fort McMurray has a psychiatric nurse who attended calls with the RCMP for the first time this week through the Police and Crisis Team (PACT).

It's been a tough few years in Fort McMurray but hope is on the horizon for small business

Despite the number of business licenses issued in the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo dropping by a third in the past four years, entrepreneurs are optimistic and putting down roots in Fort McMurray.

Fort McMurray non-profit agencies receive $5M toward programs to help homeless

But the groups say they still face challenges, like a lack of social housing in the community.

Restorative justice program now an option for adults in Fort McMurray region

Adults in Wood Buffalo can now take part in a restorative justice program, that up until recently was only available for youths.

Aunties Within Reach: New health-care program helps Indigenous families in Wood Buffalo

Indigenous families in Wood Buffalo have a new program to help them with culturally appropriate health care and support: Aunties Within Reach.

Wood Buffalo food bank gets donation boost from food diversion program

The Wood Buffalo Food Bank picked up boxes of food from Save on Foods today, but there was no bill at the end of the trip. The food bank partnered with the grocery chain and Loop Resource to be part of a food waste diversion program.

Fort McMurray economic group wants second chance with regional council after losing funding

Fort McMurray Wood Buffalo Economic Development and Tourism is asking Wood Buffalo council for a second chance to convince the community that it deserves $4.36 million in annual funding. 

Indigenous health-care clinic planned for Fort McMurray hospital

Alberta Health Services has signed an agreement to help design and build an Indigenous health-care clinic in Fort McMurray, in partnership with the Athabasca Tribal Council. 

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