Reports by Alana Pickrell
- Saturday Night Fright feature concludes new horror inspired convention at Sudbury Indie Cinema
- Agreement reached between Algoma Steel, Steelworkers
- Sudbury police rescue impaired driver upside-down in swamp
- Hwy. 17 now reopened
- One person dead following ATV collision
- Sudbury Police investigating a homicide
- Homicide arrest made by Sudbury police
- This year's Kagawong History Day highlights major Canadian shipwreck
- Sudbury's Top Glove Boxing trades gloves for running shoes
- Teacher brings experience back to the Sudbury dance studio that helped start her career
- Smoke’s Poutinerie says 'thank you' by giving out free food
- Sudbury man makes remarkable progress following devastating workplace injury
- Sudbury Pride launches milestone year
- Northern man diving back into Lake Huron for MS awareness
- Northeastern Ontario offers a variety of places to explore
Alana Pickrell is the weekend anchor with CTV News Northern Ontario and a videojournalisti n Sudbury. She also occasionally fills in on the weather desk.
She graduated with a BA in English and a diploma in journalism from Trent University and Loyalist College.
Alana originally planned to stay behind the camera, but was encouraged by a college professor to work on camera.
She won John Pettigrew Prizes, the Loyalist College Broadcast Advisory Award and the Belleville Intelligencer Award.
Most recently, Alana was reporting in Thunder Bay for TBT News.
Alana has a horse named Cedar and considers herself a "homebody."
She is fluent in English.
- John Pettigrew Prizes
- Loyalist College Broadcast Advisory Award
- Belleville Intelligencer Award