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.

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'Dream becoming true' as Fort McMurray breaks ground on Hindu temple

The Sanatan Mandir Cultural Society is breaking ground in Fort McMurray Sunday on the community’s first Hindu temple.

Deformed fish hatched in bitumen-rich water can grow out of some defects: study

Fish hatched in bitumen-rich Alberta waters are prone to be undersized and have tail and jaw deformities, but a new Environment Canada study shows they are able to grow out of some of the defects when they move into clean water.

Fort McMurray program provides adapted bikes to children with disabilities

For the first time, Gerrieann Fielder can look forward to cycling as a family this summer, thanks to a program that provides adapted bikes to children with disabilities.

Fort McMurray man convicted of second-degree murder in 2018 shooting death

Trevor Bown was sentenced to life imprisonment with no chance of parole for 12 years for the 2018 murder of John Bradley Healey in Fort McMurray.

After 3 years with no settlement, Fort McMurray woman wants Insurance Act changed

A Fort McMurray woman wants to see changes to the Insurance Act after struggling for three years to get an insurance settlement.

Evacuation centres could improve services for minorities during disasters, study finds

When a wildfire forced tens of thousands of people to evacuate Fort McMurray in 2016, emergency services weren't necessarily prepared to accommodate the large population of Muslims and their specific needs, like halal food.

Fort McMurray's wildfire babies reunite for 3rd anniversary photo

The Fort McMurray fire babies met up again to take a photo commemorating the third anniversary of the fire that swept through the community in 2016.

Fort McMurray hospital starts serving halal meals for patients

The hospital in Fort McMurray has become the first in Alberta's north zone to offer halal meal options.

'We are making progress': Fort McMurray still rebuilding 3 years after devastating wildfire

Today marks the third anniversary of the wildfire that devastated Fort McMurray in 2016. The community has been working to rebuild ever since the fire burned down about 15 per cent of the community’s structures.

'Rising from the ashes': Fort McMurray artist commemorates wildfire with sculpture

It's been three years since the Fort McMurray fire, but some people still struggle to talk about it. An artist from the northern Alberta city wants to help change that with a new sculpture in the community garden downtown.

Mother 'incensed' with judicial system after Nexen sentencing in son's death

When Claire Poulton learned Nexen Energy had been fined $450,000 in the death of two employees — including her son — in a 2016 explosion, she was "incensed."

Nexen fined in oilsands explosion that killed 2 workers

The company formerly known as Nexen Energy pleaded guilty to failing to ensure the health and safety of two of its employees after an explosion in January 2016.

Fort McMurray property owners upset 'local landslide' threatens their homes

A group of property owners in Fort McMurray doesn't know what to do about their houses being threatened by sliding land.

Fort McKay Métis granted interim injunction in online defamation case

The Fort McKay Métis Community Association has been granted an interim injunction against a woman who posted defamatory statements about its president on Facebook.

Ham it up: Edmonton zoo opening new urban farm

The Edmonton Valley Zoo is opening its doors to its upgraded urban farm on Saturday. It features Juliana pigs (miniature pigs), chickens, ponies, goats and baby doll sheep.