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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
AKelly@glaciermedia.ca

Recent Work by Alanna

$45 sprinklers helped save this B.C. town from wildfire. Have other cities followed suit?

$45 sprinklers helped save this B.C. town from wildfire. Have other cities followed suit?

Last summer's Tremont Creek wildfire came very close to Logan Lake. Nearly a year later, the town's mayor is extending an invite to other communities to learn about their sprinkler system.
B.C. Loblaws, Superstore employees voting whether to go on strike

B.C. Loblaws, Superstore employees voting whether to go on strike

A decision will come July 8.
World Oceans Day: 5 unique creatures that call the Pacific home

World Oceans Day: 5 unique creatures that call the Pacific home

A popular creature has been in our ocean for the past 450 million years.
B.C. flood watch: Province most vulnerable to extreme weather right now

B.C. flood watch: Province most vulnerable to extreme weather right now

High snowpacks through the Cariboo and Rocky Mountains puts cities like Kamloops and Prince George at high risk for flooding.
Police searching VanDusen Botanical Garden for Chelsea Poorman evidence

Police searching VanDusen Botanical Garden for Chelsea Poorman evidence

A search is underway in a designated area of Vancouver's VanDusen Botanical Gardens.
Seniors still in 'limbo' six months after homes swept away in B.C. storm

Seniors still in 'limbo' six months after homes swept away in B.C. storm

Othello Road homeowners had to watch their homes get swept into the Coquihalla River during last November's storms. Six months later, they're still homeless and in 'limbo' waiting for support.
Early morning shooting in Maple Ridge leaves one person injured

Early morning shooting in Maple Ridge leaves one person injured

Police are looking to speak to anyone with information
B.C.'s Othello Tunnels remain closed, damaged after storms

B.C.'s Othello Tunnels remain closed, damaged after storms

Normally, Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park opens in May.
Photographer finds massive octopus dead on Vancouver Island shore

Photographer finds massive octopus dead on Vancouver Island shore

The Giant Pacific octopus is one of the largest species of octopus in the world, with an arm span up to nine meters long.
'At the mercy of Mother Nature': B.C. hydrologist warns of increasing flood risk

'At the mercy of Mother Nature': B.C. hydrologist warns of increasing flood risk

Heavy rain, hot weather and severe thunderstorms are all potential flood risks for B.C. right now.