Calgary, Alberta

We’re hiring!

We’re looking for a talented and motivated reporter to join our team on up to a one-year contract as an investigative journalist in Alberta

Alberta is an investigative environmental journalist’s playground. From the oilsands and their far-reaching consequences, to fires and flooding in the country’s two most important oil towns, to battles over what to do with three of Canada’s largest national parks, Alberta has a lot of big untold environmental stories.

We’re looking for a self-directed reporter who is hungry to map the influence of the fossil fuel industry on Alberta; who speaks FOI, energy jargon and science; who is sensitive to the challenges and opportunities of reporting in Indigenous communities; who has contacts in government, academia and the real world too. Skills in multimedia reporting, including audio and video, are an asset.

Check out our job posting for more information, and get in touch if you have questions.

Emma Gilchrist is a reporter, editor, public speaker and spreadsheet-keeper. She started her journalism career more than 15 years ago…

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