Articles by Kevin Green
- Proposal to increase number of city councillors in Calgary stalls out, but will see further consideration
- Bucks for Bellflowers: Calgary man offers cash for bagging invasive plant
- 'An obscene amount': Anger grows over residential parking fees
- City of Calgary determines cause of Cranston sinkhole
- Neither those in favour of tougher bail rules nor those against them think much of proposed reform
- Notice given: WestJet pilots to strike May 19, 3 a.m., if no agreement is reached
- No recommendation for restricting transit stations to fare-paying customers: report
- It seems patio season has been saved for Inglewood businesses facing water-main woes
- Removal of residents at homeless encampment alongside Deerfoot Trail begins
- 'It's deafening': Okotoks man doesn't relish living near pickleball court
Since joining CTV in 1982, Calgary-based Kevin Green has covered everything from natural disasters, to Stanley Cup and Grey Cup finals, royal tours, and international conflicts.
Though based in Calgary, Kevin has delivered reports from the United States, India, Bosnia and Croatia, Sudan, Kenya, and Ethiopia.
He specializes in stories about science and engineering, human rights, arts, and immigration. He also has a keen interest in training journalists, having been an instructor at both SAIT Polytechnic and Mount Royal University in Calgary. In 2018 he was instrumental in redesigning the broadcast journalism curriculum at SAIT Polytechnic, moving the course into the era of mobile journalism.
A photojournalist, Kevin has received Western Canadian News Photographer awards for his sports, and news photography. He was awarded an RTDNA Gold award for best documentary for coverage during the Balkan Conflict in the 1990s, and the Alberta Media Production Industries Association AMPIA award for best documentary production, for his work in South Sudan during that country’s civil war.
He has returned several times to South Sudan since its independence and has spent weeks living inside refugee camps to document the struggles of the world’s newest nation.
He is a member of the National Press Photographers Association, and also a member of the SAIT Polytechnic broadcasting advisory board.
Kevin speaks English.