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As part of Ashley's Master of Journalism at Ryerson University, she is currently completing a 6-week internship with CBC Radio in Toronto. Ashley worked for the national weekly radio program - Day 6. Here are some of the digital stories she produced and wrote:    


In May, Ashley travelled to Hong Kong to create a 360-video documentary reporting on the theme "disappearing Hong Kong". Ashley and several of her colleagues travelled to some of Hong Kong's fishing villages to discover their history and how the community is changing. The video and story will be completed in Fall 2020. Below are a few clips from her Instagram story of the trip: 

Past work...


After Ashley completed her Bachelor's degree and her internship at the CBC she was asked by Simon Fraser University to reflect on her experiences as a student breaking into the world of journalism. 


During Ashley's four-month internship she was also trained to transfer radio stories into webstories for online publication. Here are a few of her publications for CBC Radio. 


From September 2016 to April 2017, Ashley worked as News Editor for Simon Fraser University's independent student newspaper, The Peak.

While her role comprised of producing and editing the news section of the paper, she also had the opportunity to write for the news section, features section, and opinion section for the paper. Below are some of the top articles she wrote for The Peak

Cafeteria workers, students, and faculty rally together for safety of workers' jobs
SFU Institute for the Humanities panel goes beyond the Women’s March
SFU releases sexual violence policy draft for feedback
Year in Review:
Tanks farms, pipelines, and the safety of the SFU community
SFU Board of Governors approves to decrease its carbon footprint by 30 percent by 2030
The Year Pandora's Box Exploded
SFU launches first online First Responders Trauma Prevention and Recovery program