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Alison Crawford

Alison Crawford

Alison Crawford is a national reporter in CBC Radio's parliamentary bureau, covering justice, the RCMP, public safety, the Supreme Court of Canada as well as the Liberal Party of Canada.

Crawford's career with the CBC started in Ottawa with a two-week internship in 1996. The following year, she moved to Fredericton and covered city hall, the provincial legislature and produced her first pieces of award-winning investigative journalism.

In 2000, Crawford moved to Calgary where she developed beats in agriculture and work-place health. On the lighter side, Crawford took an interest in covering rodeo-related stories; she also produced a weekly, nationally syndicated etiquette column, "Ms. Conduct".

Crawford moved to Winnipeg in 2003 to work as the radio half of the CBC I-Team investigative unit. Her work there was recognized with a Gemini Award and two national RTNDA awards.

In 2006, Crawford returned to her hometown of Ottawa.

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