Stephanie Dubois


Stephanie Dubois is a journalist with CBC Edmonton. She has more than a decade of experience reporting in print media, television and radio. Share your stories with Stephanie at

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Valley Line LRT to Mill Woods delayed 6 months, documents say

The southeast leg of the Valley Line LRT will open six months later than expected, according to documents obtained by CBC News. 

Why vintage ceramic Christmas trees now fetch high prices

Ceramic Christmas trees — especially those made in the 1960s and '70s — have a special significance for many families, including mine. They have also become popular with a younger generation.

No apology as Rachel Notley withdraws remark that got her tossed from the House

"During question period, I used unparliamentary language to describe the government House leader's actions when he claimed that Bill 22 does not fire the election commissioner," Notley said Monday.

Pilot project aims to find what's driving rural crime in Alberta

Mayor Colleen Powell says the Town of Athabasca is trying to find ways to deal with a growing number of thefts and vandalism happening in their downtown.

Budget 2019: Health care spending up one per cent

Health-care spending in Alberta will rise by $201 million this year to a total of $20.6 billion, the United Conservative government said Thursday in its first provincial budget.

'A challenging budget': Alberta awaits UCP government's 1st financial plan

Alberta Finance Minister Travis Toews says the UCP’s first budget on Thursday will be a “thoughtful, surgical budget.”

On ice: Fort Edmonton's nordic spa cancelled

The proposed Nordic spa near Fort Edmonton Park is dead in the water. 

578K ballots cast in advance polls in Alberta, Elections Canada says

Alberta saw a 59-per-cent increase in advance ballots cast for next week's federal election compared to 2015, Elections Canada said Friday.

Here's what Albertans have Googled related to the federal election

The ages of Justin Trudeau, Andrew Scheer, Elizabeth May and Jagmeet Singh were the top Google searches in Alberta from Sept. 11 until 4 p.m. on Friday, according to Google Trends data. 

First Nations vote unlikely to hit levels seen in 2015 election, say experts

The Indigenous vote might not turn out at the polls later this month in the high numbers seen at the end of the 2015 federal election, some observers say.

Inefficient bureaucracy repeatedly cited in suggestions to cut Alberta's red tape

More than a fifth of the comments sent in through Alberta’s cut red tape online form in its first month want less bureaucracy in government. 

Take your pick: a voter's guide to central, northern Alberta federal candidates

CBC News looked at the nominated candidates running for five federal parties in the 19 ridings within CBC Edmonton’s coverage area.

'Year of uncertainty': Rainy, cool summer puts damper on crops in central, northern Alberta

Farmers from Red Deer to Alberta’s northern border are expecting fewer crop yields thanks to more rain and cooler-than-average temperatures this summer.

Glass Tiger performs private concert for 95-year-old fan in Mayerthorpe

Glass Tiger performed a private concert for Jean Savage in Mayerthorpe on Friday. The 95-year-old has been listening to them for more than 30 years.

Meet Watershed Brewing Co.: Alberta's most real fake brewery

A Westaskiwin-area man has created a fake brewery that gained the attention of former Alberta Premier Rachel Notley and a Lacombe-based restaurant.