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Alex Freedman

Alex Freedman

Alex Freedman is the I-Team reporter for CBC News at Six. He is a relative newcomer to the media scene here in Winnipeg, having arrived at CBC Manitoba from CBC Montreal in June 2005. As a radio reporter in Montreal, he broke a number of stories about car theft, covered federal and provincial elections and a special report on trans fats.

Later, Alex worked as a business reporter for Newsworld and Canada Now before making the move to Manitoba as a consumer reporter for CBC News at Six. Since then, he has covered a wide range of stories, from a ghost-car investigation of Manitoba Public Insurance's provincial safety inspections to the high levels of certain types of radiation found in Winnipeg homes. In December 2006, he moved to the CBC News I-Team, offering him the opportunity to investigate the stories that matter to Manitobans.

Away from work, Alex enjoys rock climbing, snowboarding and cross-country skiing. Since moving to Manitoba (with its distinct lack of hills) Alex's golf game has improved dramatically.

Alex holds a degree in Journalism and Political Science from Concordia University.

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