Karli Zschogner


Karli Zschogner is a video journalist for CBC News based in Inuvik, N.W.T. She has a bachelor's degree in journalism (University of King's College) and conflict studies and human rights (University of Ottawa). Reach her at karli.zschogner@cbc.ca.

Latest from Karli Zschogner

'Ask me anything': Muslim youth collective brings its travelling exhibit to Inuvik

Ahmadiyya Muslim men travelled from Toronto and Saskatoon to Inuvik this weekend, as part of a travelling exhibit that aims to educate people about Islam, and counter Islamophobia.

Gwich'in Tribal Council nixes deputy grand chief position

Gwich’in Tribal Council members convened in Fort McPherson last week for their annual general assembly, where they reviewed financial statements, participated in public forums and voted to remove the position of deputy grand chief.

'A long heartbreak': Tuktoyaktuk vigil calls for greater mental health supports

Over 100 community members gathered for a vigil in Tuktoyaktuk, N.W.T., last month, in response to the recent deaths of two young men in the community. 

'As an Inuvialuit, it's an honour': Tuktoyaktuk hunters reflect on beluga harvest

Katrina Cockney was near tears recounting the 'majestic' first beluga hunt that she embarked on alongside her husband and son.

Drum dancing and science: Tuktoyaktuk summer camp pairs STEM with traditional skills

Over 15 youth were part of a four-week camp in July in Tuktoyaktuk, N.W.T., that incorporated traditional learning with science, technology, engineering and math.

'Crazy busy' for business owners as tourists return to Tuktoyaktuk

Joanne Edwards-Steen runs Grandma’s Kitchen in Tuktoyaktuk, N.W.T. “It's been crazy busy,” she said. “I just opened in, like, about a month ago and it's just been crazy every day.”

Inuvik's Great Northern Arts Festival is back in full swing

The festival's events are back in full swing this year after it was cancelled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Events began July 8 and run through to Sunday.

Inuvik man sentenced to 6 years after pleading guilty to manslaughter in brother's death

N.W.T. Supreme Court Justice Shannon Smallwood gave Michael Drescher a six-year sentence Wednesday morning, minus two and a half years for time he has already spent in custody.

'This is a historic Pride': Inuvik hosts regional-based Pride event with Amazing Race winners

There were over 160 people in the march, which went from Ingamo Hall to East Three Secondary School. There were also special guests at the event — The Amazing Race Canada winners Anthony Johnson and Dr. James Makokis.

Inuvialuit electronic musician drops new album inspired by Beaufort Delta's dark winter

Picture yourself on a journey through space as you leave Earth where you may not ever return.