It’s an occasion that everybody at International Edmonton appears to be like ahead to yearly.

On Wednesday, 5 children from the Youngsters with Most cancers Society spent the day on the station, studying what it’s prefer to be a International Information reporter.

Justine Janvier, 10, Lucas Hindle, 10, Jasmine Sadiora, 13, Ashley Flores-Madrigal, 14, and Holly Rusnell, 15, arrived on the station within the morning forward of their look on International Information at Midday with Jennifer Crosby.

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The group sat on the desk with Crosby and anchored a narrative. They even introduced the climate forecast with chief meteorologist Jesse Beyer.

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They spent the remainder of the afternoon with Kent Morrison, placing collectively a narrative for International Information at 5 and International Information Hour at 6.

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The particular go to was made potential thanks to 2 households who purchased the dream expertise on the Youngsters with Most cancers Society’s Beaded Journey Gala this previous spring.

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