Articles by Matthew Black
- $9.7M Northlands cashier wrongful dismissal, defamation civil trial gets underway in Edmonton
- 'Vicious, random, and unprovoked': 9-year sentence for attack on mother outside Edmonton daycare
- Official languages watchdog concerned over future of French language policing if Alberta drops RCMP
- Guilty plea in 2007 cold case stabbing death
- Alberta to stop collecting provincial gas tax, offer electricity rebate to offset high energy prices
- Man guilty of second-degree murder in 2020 stomping death of his mother
- IIHF suspends Russia from World Juniors in response to Ukraine invasion
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April 2022: Matthew Black is no longer with the company.
Matthew Black is a digital journalist based in Edmonton.
He is an alumnus of the UBC Graduate School of Journalism and also holds a bachelor's degree in history and a master's degree in public policy, both from the University of Alberta.
At CTV News, Matthew reports on court rulings, professional disciplinary decisions and other public records of note.
Before joining CTV in the summer of 2019, he worked at CBC in Vancouver for eight years as a TV producer, video journalist and sports reporter for web and radio.
He's covered the 2012 London riots, the Occupy movement, provincial budgets and homelessness in B.C.'s Lower Mainland. He's also reported from major sports events including The International (esports), Canada 7s (rugby), UFC (mixed martial arts) and the World Juniors (hockey).
Besides CTV, his work has appeared in the Vancouver Sun, the Globe and Mail, CBCNews.ca, Deadspin and Slate.