Tricia Kindleman


Tricia Kindleman has spent her life in Alberta. She grew up in Edmonton and attended Mount Royal College, now university, in Calgary. She has worked in newsrooms in Edmonton and Grande Prairie.

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Spousal sponsorship applicants highlight delays worsened by COVID-19

An online support group has gained thousands of members in just over two months as they work together to advocate for the federal government to introduce a special temporary resident visa while processing spousal sponsorship applications.

Pembina River tubing trip leaves six stranded overnight

A small tubing company on the Pembina River has found a way to operate during the pandemic, but one group the owner says was turned away this weekend ended up being stranded overnight.

COVID-19 public health orders now enforceable, fines between $1,000 and $500,000

Edmonton police, bylaw and peace officers will now have the ability to issue tickets to anyone violating public health orders.

Alberta parents worried how latest cuts will further disrupt student education

News that thousands of educational assistants, school bus drivers, and substitute teachers are expected to be laid off was met with swift condemnation from Alberta teachers and parents.

Physical distancing in Alberta: a tale of 2 cities

Residents in both of Alberta's major cities appear to be getting the message about physical distancing. Medical experts and officials at all levels are calling for people to stay about two metres apart to help limit the spread of COVID-19.

COVID-19 self-isolation a problem for those in addiction recovery

As people are asked to self-isolate to stop the COVID-19 outbreak, those struggling with sobriety could lose much-needed support systems.

All Alberta workers need paid sick leave, labour group argues

As the threat of COVID-19 continues around the globe, the Alberta Federation of Labour is asking the province to provide 14 days of paid sick leave for all working Albertans.
My Clareview

'A wonderful opportunity': Inclusive playground planned for Clareview community

An inclusive playground to be built outside the Clareview Community Recreation Centre will be the first of its kind in Edmonton and only the second in Alberta.

Chill out: Outdoor winter film festival returns to Hawrelak Park

Local and international films will be played over the weekend on a 12 foot high snow screen in Hawrelak Park.

Alberta recognizes Fort McKay Métis consultation rights in resource development

The province announced a first for Alberta on Thursday — industry will now be required to consult with the Fort McKay Métis Community Association before any natural resource development can be approved in their area.

25 per cent of Edmonton public students now considered 'English language learners'

A report on the Edmonton Public School Board's literacy strategy showed the number of English language learners (ELL) in the division has grown by about 18 per cent in the last five years.

Report calls for province to develop sexual violence policy for universities

A report compiled by the Council of Alberta University Students (CAUS) examines the current policies in place and provides recommendations to the provincial government to create a framework that could be applied to all post-secondary institutions in Alberta.

ATA concerned about testing, staffing levels after curriculum review released

This week, the ATA published what it calls a closer analysis of a government report containing 26 recommendations for the direction of curriculum and a draft ministerial order for the "vision" of education in Alberta.

Alberta launches film industry tax credit program to replace cancelled grant

New tax credit could help Alberta filmmakers tap into the lucrative market of global streaming services, Minister of Economic Development Tanya Fir said Wednesday.

Silent protest held at Edmonton Catholic board meeting over do-rag dispute

At Tuesday's meeting of the Edmonton Catholic board a group of supporters accompanied Una Momalu who said she is still waiting for an apology from the board after she said her son was racially profiled last fall.