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Alanna Kelly

Alanna Kelly

Alanna Kelly is a multi-skilled journalist for Glacier Media who enjoys digging for stories that matter to all B.C. residents.

Kelly is originally born and raised in Toronto, where she started her career in sports journalism at Sportsnet and moved on to crime and investigative journalism at CityNews. She previously worked as a multi-skilled journalist and weekend anchor for CTV News Vancouver Island.

She made headlines covering Wet'suwet'en protests at the B.C. legislature building, to headless sea lions washing up on shores, to covering the manhunt for Bryer Schmegelsky and Kam McLeod, to Staqeya, the lone wolf of Discovery Island.

Before that, Kelly worked in Kelowna for two years as a multi-platform reporter covering breaking news, crime and wildfires.

She holds a Master of Journalism from Ryerson University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in fine arts and communications from the University of Windsor.

Digital is where Kelly's passion lies. She strives to tell unique stories with visually compelling elements to push journalism forward.

She quickly fell in love with the West Coast and is proud to call Vancouver her home.

Phone
250-415-0606
Email
[email protected]

Recent Work by Alanna

British Columbians back expanded pharmacist services: survey

British Columbians back expanded pharmacist services: survey

The survey reveals 90% of British Columbians support expanding the role of pharmacists to ease pressures on the province's healthcare system.
'Critical juncture' in B.C.'s teacher shortage, union calls for action and retention

'Critical juncture' in B.C.'s teacher shortage, union calls for action and retention

Three new commercials are being released to raise attention to B.C.'s 'dire' teacher shortage.
B.C. winery focuses on Fraser Valley grapes post-cold snap

B.C. winery focuses on Fraser Valley grapes post-cold snap

A Fraser Valley winery expects to source fewer grapes from Okanagan growers who were hardest hit by January's cold snap.
'Celebrate responsibly': Police monitoring public drinking during Canucks playoff game

'Celebrate responsibly': Police monitoring public drinking during Canucks playoff game

Vancouver police officers will be approaching people who have open liquor.
B.C. residents to save money on energy bills with new credit

B.C. residents to save money on energy bills with new credit

The credit will start showing up after April 15.
'No carbon tax' protest to cause traffic disruptions on B.C. highways

'No carbon tax' protest to cause traffic disruptions on B.C. highways

A scheduled protest will take place along the Trans-Canada Highway in Hope and traffic delays are expected on multiple major routes.
'I'm actually surprised': BC Wildfire Service sees big increase in firefighter applicants

'I'm actually surprised': BC Wildfire Service sees big increase in firefighter applicants

The service says workers' mental health and well-being will be a top priority in 2024.
'Really disappointing': B.C. children in limbo after admission to gifted program paused

'Really disappointing': B.C. children in limbo after admission to gifted program paused

Avery, who was reading at a university level when she was in Grade 2, has big plans for her future. However, the closure of a gifted program is creating challenges for her education path.
B.C. bars and restaurants score a pass to stay open longer during FIFA World Cup

B.C. bars and restaurants score a pass to stay open longer during FIFA World Cup

But they can only serve liquor during their regular hours
BC Liberals push 30-day action plan for doctor shortage

BC Liberals push 30-day action plan for doctor shortage

“We're speaking to our members each and every day, and many of them are on the brink of leaving”
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