Articles by Chris Epp
- Deep freeze: Calgarians hunker down for cold snap
- Calgary senior concerned she won't be able to afford mortgage come her renewal
- Notley makes pitch to Calgary business community for an NDP government
- UCP hopes to eliminate 'squatters rights' in Alberta
- Constitutional questions: UCP ministers say proposed Sovereignty Act won't violate the law
- 'I make mistakes,' Danielle Smith admits – but what are they?
- Calgary-area store owner anxious about holiday shopping season amid supply chain slowdowns
- 'Finding para sports again was amazing': Canada's Paralympic squad looks to bolster ranks with sit-skiers
- Calgary photographer and 11 other Canadians held in Dominican Republic told they're heading home
- Canadians cut back on groceries, while stores deal with the leftovers
**As of January 2023, Chris is no longer with CTV News.** Chris Epp is a senior reporter and news anchor for CTV Calgary, specializing in provincial affairs.
Chris joined CTV Calgary in 2007, after reporting stints in Toronto, Saskatoon, Regina and Edmonton.
He’s covered eleven elections, two royal visits and sadly, zero Stanley Cup wins by the Flames.
His career highlights include reporting on a blackout in Toronto, a chemical spill in Louisiana, and a physician training program in Laos.
Calgary-based Chris grew up near Didsbury on a farm that’s been in his family for nearly 80 years. He has degrees in Political Science (University of Manitoba) and Journalism (Ryerson University) and is a past recipient of both the CBC Joan Donaldson Scholarship and the CIDA-CAJ Fellowship.
Chris lives in Calgary with his wife and two young sons.
When not reporting, he’s playing hockey, volleyball or failing miserably at learning French. Chris speaks English.
Chris Epp's Career Highlights:
- Panelist in 2012 Alberta election leadership debate
- Contributor to award-winning series “Crime on the Streets” (CBC, 2005)
- Producer on Gemini Award winning program “Sports Journal”