Articles by Kathy Le
- Calgary's top cop concerned about rising violence against police after officer shot in Canyon Meadows
- Calgary man charged after allegedly threatening congregation of Russian Orthodox Church
- Part 4: Albertans take charge to fix the system
- Part 3: Stress mounts on paramedics, dispatchers
- Part 2: Not just a Calgary or Edmonton problem
- Part 1: Many stories of the system's failure
- Golden Inn shuts doors after 45 years as a Chinatown staple in Calgary
- Calgarians find ways to stay cool inside their homes without AC units
- Calgarians find ways to stay cool as heat warning continues to grip much of Alberta
- Monument unveiled at a southeast Calgary park to honour Vietnamese boat people
Kathy Le is an award-winning journalist. She was honoured with a prestigious RTDNA award for Enterprise journalism for her documentary “Covid-19: The Spread of Racism”. The piece was featured nationally on CTV’s W5, Canada’s most-watched current affairs and documentary program. Kathy was also awarded the Spirit of NAIT alumni award for excelling in her career. She has been nominated eight times for an RTDNA award for projects, including four documentaries and investigative stories, and was nominated by the Canadian Journalism Foundation for the national Jackman award for Excellence in Journalism.
In addition to reporting, Kathy co-anchors the evening news on the weekend. Her mission as a journalist is to produce stories that will make a difference in the world.
When Kathy is not working, she emcees and speaks at charity and special events. She has taken the stage at more than 100 events and is highly sought out by non-profits organizations and other groups.
During her free time, Kathy volunteers with the Rotary Club Heritage Park. In addition to helping out local organizations, she has had the privilege of travelling with the Rotary club to remote parts of the world where the club has projects that help the communities in need.
Kathy speaking English, Vietnamese and learning French and Spanish.