Articles by Alison Sandstrom
- Public health warns 'Zombie drug' is circulating in Guelph
- Two arrested after stand off at Kitchener motel
- Visitors restricted after COVID-19 outbreak declared in Cambridge Memorial Hospital unit
- 17-year-old killed in crash near Drayton, Ont.
- Guelph police report 'slow' St. Patrick’s Day weekend
- 9 arrested for impaired driving in Waterloo region Friday night
- Guelph woman charged after throwing coffee on anti-abortion protestors
- 'Much bigger than people can even realize': Brantford woman charged with defrauding, harassing Ont. doulas
- No one hurt after tractor trailer ends up in ditch near Listowel
- Grand Erie boundary changes will see around 550 students change schools
- Police looking for shooter after 2 homes in 2 southwestern Ont. communities damaged by gunfire
- Police watchdog investigating man's death in Brant County
- Alleged shoplifter arrested while trying to boost stolen getaway car
- 10-year-old dies in fire in Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation
- Dozens displaced after apartment fire in Downtown Guelph
- Students missing mandatory vaccines won't be suspended this school year, says public health
- No injuries after pair of collisions on Hwy 24 west of Brantford
- Brantford police looking for shooter after man injured, homes damaged
- Pedestrian struck in Waterloo
- Elora woman facing new charge in connection to a case involving OPP officer
Alison Sandstrom joined CTV News Kitchener in January 2022 as a Digital Content Producer.
A graduate of Carleton University's Bachelor of Journalism program, Alison spent two years teaching English in Spain, before accepting her first fulltime job in journalism in Prince Albert, Sask.
As a reporter and editor for Pattison Media in Prince Albert, Alison covered all municipal affairs for the city and filed stories for radio and web.
Most recently before starting at CTV Kitchener, she worked as a general assignment reporter at GuelphToday.
Alison speaks fluent English and conversational French and Spanish.