Articles by Alyson Samson
- Higgs doubles down on Policy 713 review despite controversy
- Policy 713 review still a go after Premier Blaine Higgs’ latest statement
- Fredericton Women’s Show back in full force
- Federal, provincial governments announce funding for more affordable housing units in New Brunswick
- Ottawa puts $1.7M towards final phase of Fredericton's Beaverbrook Art Gallery
- N.B. restaurant owner disappointed duck egg protection efforts thwarted by alleged thief
- N.B. premier not repealing, revoking policy on LGBTQ+ supports in schools
- N.B. premier holds firm on sexual orientation policy review
- Atlantic veterinary professionals help more than 250 Ecuadorian animals
- Questions linger over N.B. government review of LGBTQ+ policy
Alyson Samson is a video journalist based out of Fredericton.
Alyson grew up on the east coast of Newfoundland and Labrador, in Port Union. She attended Memorial University, in both St. John’s, NL and Harlow, U.K., where she completed a Bachelor of Arts with duel majors in Communication Studies and English Language and Literature.
While working with CBC NL in St. John’s as an associate producer, reporter, mobile journalist, and online writer, Alyson completed a post-diploma program in journalism from the College of the North Atlantic.
In 2018, Alyson began working as a reporter in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, N.L. for the CBC Labrador morning show and would occasionally fill in as host or technical director.
Following her partner’s military posting, Alyson made the move to New Brunswick and, in the fall of 2020, she joined the CTV Atlantic team as a video journalist in Fredericton. Alyson is a generalist, with a strong interest in indigenous led stories.
Alyson enjoys good food, great music, and travelling the world, but most of all she loves to snuggle with her cat, Jupiter, and dog, Boris.
Alyson speaks English.