Shanelle Kaul has always loved meeting people and telling their stories. Born and raised in Toronto, Shanelle studied journalism at Ryerson University and was awarded The Ticker Club’s “Floyd Chalmers Prize for Excellence in Business Journalism” in 2012.
Shanelle began her journalism career at Global News Toronto’s assignment desk in 2011, listening to police scanners and tracking breaking news. She had her first taste of the prairies when she moved to Regina in 2012 where she worked as an Anchor/Reporter for more than three years. While in Saskatchewan, Shanelle had the opportunity to cover the 2012 JUNO Awards, Grey Cup and two provincial elections.
Shanelle is excited to explore Edmonton and tell stories that matter to Albertans. On her downtime, she is an avid runner and volunteer speaker for Passages Canada. Shanelle also loves taking photographs and writing about her travels.