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Amir Said

Amir Said

Amir Said is a reporter and photographer with the Western Wheel covering local news in Okotoks and Foothills County.

He graduated in 2022 from the University of Regina, where he was a student journalist, and has won numerous awards for his work.

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5873256248
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Recent Work by Amir

Alberta teen collects over one million can tabs for charity

Alberta teen collects over one million can tabs for charity

13-year-old Mason Sharp has been collecting can tabs to give to charity for the past seven years.
Pets recovered from home with human corpse in southern Alberta

Pets recovered from home with human corpse in southern Alberta

Okotoks charity Pound Rescue is putting up two dogs and a cat for adoption after they spent multiple days in a home with a dead woman.
Southern Alberta distillery makes Canadian history with whisky award

Southern Alberta distillery makes Canadian history with whisky award

Eau Claire distillery took home the platinum award at the 2024 San Francisco World Spirits Competition, a first for a Canadian distillery.
How do you keep deer out of your garden in Alberta?

How do you keep deer out of your garden in Alberta?

Alberta gardening experts share their thoughts and advice on keeping deer out of your garden this season.
Two injured, semi-truck flipped over in Hwy. 2 collision

Two injured, semi-truck flipped over in Hwy. 2 collision

STARS is en route to a crash that flipped a semi south of Calgary near Okotoks
VIDEO: RCMP vehicle struck during traffic stop in Southern Alberta

VIDEO: RCMP vehicle struck during traffic stop in Southern Alberta

Pick-up truck hits unmarked RCMP cruiser on Highway 2 south of Calgary
Okotoks veteran bringing military experience to the big screen

Okotoks veteran bringing military experience to the big screen

Okotoks Legion chaplain Kurtis Sanheim plays a prominent role in 'The Liberation Men,' an upcoming Second World War film that will be screened in Okotoks on May 5.
Southern Alberta business owner victim of marketing scam

Southern Alberta business owner victim of marketing scam

After losing $1,000 to fraudsters, Diamond Valley Autopro owner Jordan Jaworenko is warning people to be wary of potential scams.
Alberta NDP leadership hopefuls talk rural priorities at forum

Alberta NDP leadership hopefuls talk rural priorities at forum

All five Alberta NDP candidates were in Claresholm for a panel discussion on rural issues.
Country deer, city deer - why are mule deer seen more in Alberta's towns?

Country deer, city deer - why are mule deer seen more in Alberta's towns?

Wildlife biologist Dr. Susan Lingle says mule and whitetail deer have differing anti-predator responses, which impacts where they live.
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