Articles by Sean Amato
- 'It feels wonderful': Northern Alta. woman buying van, pontoon boat after $1M lotto win
- 'We can be better': Oilers survive Coyote scare, looking for revenge in Las Vegas
- Slain Edmonton officers Jordan and Ryan remembered at procession, regimental funeral
- $6M now committed for planning new Stollery hospital, but still no timeline or location
- Ashley Ryan, wife of fallen EPS officer, drops puck at charity game for mental health
- 'He's helped me': Oilers' Bouchard blossoming since arrival of new partner Ekholm
- 'We are a natural gas province': Smith says Alberta needs power plants, not wind and solar
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Sean is a journalist at CTV News Edmonton.
He joined the news team in 2010. A NAIT graduate, he‘s also worked as a reporter in Medicine Hat and Dawson Creek and travelled Canada reporting Indigenous-focused stories for APTN.
Since joining CTV Edmonton, Sean has made breaking news his specialty, scooping details of the Slave Lake wildfire in 2011, the Fort McMurray wildfire in 2016 and the Edmonton terror attack in 2017.