New reporter at ECA Review

The ECA Review would like to introduce Katie Davis as our new reporter/photographer.

Katie comes from Caledon, Ontario, a small town northwest of Toronto (and two-time winner of ‘Safest Town in Canada’ by Macleans Magazine).

Katie went to Mayfield Secondary School for Visual Arts and participated on their Maverick Hockey Team, which won the provincial title in 2000.

She decided not to pursue art after high-school, instead opting to go to Western University for Media, Information and Technoculture. It was here she learned about new media technology in all it’s manifestations, both positive and negative, and became enamoured with journalism.

After a few years of travel and living/working in Scotland, England, Whistler, BC and Collingwood, Ontario, Katie returned to school for a diploma in New Media Journalism at Sheridan College and did her internship in Videography at CBC Toronto. It was then she applied for the ECA Review and was plucked up by Publisher Joyce Webster.

She looks forward to covering all events and issues that are in the public interest to know, as well as improving her golf game, getting involved in local sports, snowboarding in wintertime and spending time perfecting her guitar playing and painting skills.

If anyone has a story to tell, knows of an event that should be covered, or has a tip off on an issue of importance, Katie would love you to email her at news1@ecareview.com. She looks forward to being a part of East Central Alberta.

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  • Hi Katie,
    I am encouraged by your writing and insight into the Conservative Government’s attempt to undermine the Canadian Constitution and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms through the proposed Fair Elections Act. I used your articles as my base for writing a final essay in Classical Rhetoric and in the process of investigating the content of your articles, have educated myself and many around me regarding this issue. Keep up the great reporting of the REAL news! You are being heard and you are making a difference!

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