ASHLEY

FRASER

TORONTO LIFE

TORONTO LIFE
This woman wants to make chickenless eggs and cowless milk
TORONTO LIFE
This guy is inventing a pulled pork sandwich—hold the pork

CBC LONDON

CBC NEWS - WORLD
Why a U.K. university is banning beef in an attempt to fight climate change

CBC RADIO TORONTO   

CBC RADIO
As fears of coronavirus outbreak grow, Chinese-Canadian mother and activist worries about racist backlash
CBC RADIO
Despite calls of 'Western alienation', the Liberal Party will bring prosperity to Alberta, says Hajdu
CBC RADIO
Move over Boris: Jo Swinson could be a 'kingmaker' in British politics
CBC RADIO
Planting 1 trillion trees could slow climate change. Here's how Canada could contribute
CBC NEWS
As Hong Kong protests continue, some protesters mull moving their money offshore
CBC RADIO
Too close to home: Burnaby Mountain residents react to the Trans Mountain expansion approval

HONG KONG 360 

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.

 

Below are a few clips from her Instagram story of the trip: 

IN REFLECTION

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. 

SFU
The CBC Radio Peter Gzowski Internship: An Interview with Ashley Fraser
SFU
Working for the CBC, my favourite moments, and some tips for aspiring journalists

CBC RADIO VANCOUVER    

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

CBC
Works of one of rock and roll's most famous photographers on display in Vancouver
CBC
How to have a berry good time foraging this summer

THE PEAK

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

Cafeteria workers, students, and faculty rally together for safety of workers' jobs
SFU releases sexual violence policy draft for feedback
Tanks farms, pipelines, and the safety of the SFU community
SFU Institute for the Humanities panel goes beyond the Women’s March
Year in Review:
SFU Board of Governors approves to decrease its carbon footprint by 30 percent by 2030
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