- Businesses apologize for discriminating against Cowichan Tribes amid COVID-19 outbreak
- First Nation leader fights racism with artwork
- Man arrested for damaging 14 Victoria storefronts believed to have also stolen harbour ferry
- Police OK drive-thru church service in Saanich
- Search expands for missing kayaker on Vancouver Island
- Cat complaint could lead to traps in Victoria neighbourhood
- Vaccine arrives in Vancouver Island First Nation as COVID-19 cluster climbs
- Boat washes ashore in Cadboro Bay, nearly reaches house
- 'Everything was flooded': Victoria to remediate Central Park after storms, campers moved
- Extent of damage from B.C. landslide becoming clearer after flyover
- Family shares agonizing process for Indigenous woman seeking COVID-19 test
- Lower Mainland residents continue to take ICBC road tests in Victoria, despite travel restrictions
- Thieves using building intercoms to sneak into parkades, VicPD warns
- Man arrested, fined for refusing to follow COVID-19 orders in Langford
- Mother of Chantel Moore seeks answers, change after son's suicide
- Island First Nations can't lockdown due to dependence on local communities for food, medical service
- 'Don't think you’re immune because you're isolated': B.C. Indigenous chief warns after COVID-19 outbreak
- Saanich massage therapist charged with secretly observing client while nude
- Victoria women's transition house opens 2nd emergency shelter amid pandemic
- Saanich residents concerned over illegal mushroom picking at Mt. Douglas Park
Alanna Kelly is a multi-skilled journalist and weekend anchor for CTV News Vancouver Island who enjoys telling stories through every platform.
Kelly comes to Vancouver Island from Kelowna where she worked as a multi-platform reporter covering breaking news, crime and wildfires for two years. She is originally born and raised in Toronto, where she started her career in sports journalism at Sportsnet and moved on to crime and investigative journalism at CityNews.
She holds a Masters of Journalism from Ryerson University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in fine arts and communications from the University of Windsor. When not reporting, Kelly spends her time running, hiking, exploring, painting, eating ice cream and can never say no to an adventure. She quickly fell in love with the West Coast and is proud to call Victoria her home.