Articles by Aaron Mahoney
- New Lethbridge startup pivoting to help tenants amid restrictions and lack of government support
- Local company looking to build clinic and use natural remendies to deal with escalating opioid crisis on the Blood Tribe
- Handful of Hurricanes on loan to Junior A teams ahead of WHL season set to start in January
- Lethbridge, Alta. church gets creative to keep members safe at mass during the pandemic
- Local startup looking to make renting household things as normal as cars or places
- Workers and supporters gather outside Chinook hospital in Lethbridge to protest government cuts
- Sesame Street-style video teaching kids on the Blood Tribe to stay safe during COVID-19
- Resilient Art YQL program offering a different experience at Lethbridge Soup Kitchen
- Big turnout as Lethbridge joins cities across Canada in hosting Sisters in Spirit vigil
- Inner Man Project looks to change conversation around men's health in Medicine Hat
Aaron joined the CTV News Lethbridge team in June of 2019, after spending his first three years in the industry on the radio side of things.
Raised in St. John’s, Newfoundland, Aaron split most of his life between the island and Calgary where he earned a diploma in the Broadcast News Program at SAIT. While at SAIT, Aaron received the Bell Canada Award for academic achievement.
Upon graduation in 2016, Aaron began working full-time as a reporter in North Bay, ON. He then moved to Lethbridge in August of 2017 working as a reporter and news anchor at the Country 95.5 radio station.
During his career, Aaron has reported on stories ranging from the Kenow Wildfire, the Humboldt Broncos bus crash and the local opioid crisis in both Ontario and Alberta.
Aaron also provides colour commentary and play-by-play for the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns men’s and women’s hockey teams. Previously, he was the play-by-play voice for the Nipissing Lakers in North Bay.
Aaron speaks English.