This is where you can find the latest work from Alex Brockman. He’s a multi-platform mobile journalist / reporter / editor / digital writer / newsreader for CBC News.

He’s currently working with CBC North in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories. He’s also worked for CBC Saskatchewan, CBC Windsor, the Windsor Star and had a brief spell working remotely for CBC Sudbury and CBC Thunder Bay.

His digital work is often featured on CBC.ca’s national news page and his radio work has been part of CBC’s World Report radio newscast and As it Happens radio program.

He’s covered tornadoes, floods, missing hunters, the Northwest Territories Legislative Assembly, the 2016 election of Donald Trump, the 2018 Saskatchewan Party convention in Saskatoon, and the funeral of Mr. Hockey, Gordie Howe.

Alex is a graduate of Carleton University with a combined degree in Journalism and History. He’s interested in figuring out what “digital journalism” looks like in the next few years.

When he’s not in the newsroom, you can find him reading Stephen King novels, winning money in a cribbage game, losing money at the golf course and playing right field for the HBC Cardinals.

The posts on this site are in no particular order.

If you’re someone looking to hire Alex, please spend a few minutes looking around. There’s a good mix of photojournalism, analysis, feature writing, breaking news, and political reporting.

Video and radio reports are also available if you need to see his on-camera work or listen to a radio broadcast.

To find his latest work, head to www.cbc.ca/north Or to find some of his older stuff, you can head here, to windsorstar.com. If you’re looking to get in touch quickly, email him at alex.brockman@cbc.ca

You can also catch him on Twitter @BrockmanCBC where he’ll have his latest as his Detroit Tigers start rebuilding their team from the ground up.