Articles by Joe Scarpelli
- Jasper residents 'quite calm' despite wildfire, coping with no electricity
- Family concerned after full ETS buses miss stops during morning school rush
- Man sentenced to 15.5 years for kidnapping, sexually assaulting Edmonton girl
- 'It went through my daughter's room': Bullets hit southeast Edmonton home
- 'It will be traumatizing': Alberta family concerned about Supreme Court ruling on parole eligibility
- Oilers fans supporting the team in extreme ways to help get the job done
- 'Will change the lake': Residents worry about proposed feedlot operation near Pigeon Lake, Alta.
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December 2022: Joe Scarpelli is no longer with CTV News Edmonton.
Joe Scarpelli is a trusted voice covering everything from local events to breaking news.
Before moving to Edmonton, Joe reported in Winnipeg, Lethbridge and Durham.
He has covered a number of major stories on a local and national scale, including a Canada-wide manhunt for two murder suspects in Gillam, Man., the discovery of hundreds of unmarked graves near a former residential school in Saskatchewan and an in-depth look into Winnipeg’s drug crisis.
Joe grew up in Vaughan, Ont., and is a graduate of the College of Sports Media in Toronto.