ELIZABETH SOVIS


Media

The tragic death of Elizabeth Sovis has received extensive media coverage, most particularly in Edmonton, Alberta, and Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. See below to view selected examples

Médias

La mort tragique d’Elizabeth Sovis a fait l’objet d’une couverture médiatique importante, surtout à Edmonton (Alberta) et à Charlottetown (Île du Prince-Édouard). Voir en bas pour visionner des exemples choisis.


Edmonton Journal, 5 December 2012.
Drunk driver gets six years in prison in death of Edmonton cyclist. By Teresa Wright.


CBC News (Edmonton), 5 December 2012.
Widowed husband hopes for best for drunk driver.


CBC News (Edmonton), 5 December 2012.
Widowed husband shows compassion.


The Guardian (Charlottetown), 4 December 2012.
Widowed husband calls for safer cycling in P.E.I. By Teresa Wright.


SRC Nouvelles (Edmonton), 4 décembre 2012.
Six ans de prison pour conduite dangereuse ayant causé la mort.


CTV News (Edmonton), 4 December 2012.
Husband of cyclist killed in PEI says government needs to create safer bike trails.


CBC News (Edmonton), 4 December 2012.
Six-year sentence for impaired driving death.


CBC News (Edmonton), 4 December 2012.
Drunk driver who killed Edmonton cyclist sentenced today. With Marion Warnica.


CBC Radio One (Edmonton), 4 December 2012.
Seeking a difference: The husband of an Edmonton cyclist asks a judge for leniency for the man who ran down and killed his wife. With Rick Harp.


Press Release (Edmonton), 4 December 2012.
Cycling in Safety: Honouring Elizabeth Sovis in Life and in Death. By Edmund A. Aunger.


Maclean’s (Toronto), 20 August 2012.
Elizabeth Ann Sovis: She loved the outdoors, even taking her boys skiing as babies. At 50, she got on a bike for the first time and found a new love. By Mika Rekai.


The Guardian (Charlottetown), 9 August 2012.
Editorial: Making our roads safer for cycling.


The Guardian (Charlottetown), 6 August 2012.
Mourning husband calls for safer roads for cyclists. By Teresa Wright.


Press Release (Edmonton), 28 July 2012.
Victim Impact Statement submitted to the Attorney General of Prince Edward Island. By Edmund A. Aunger


Le Franco (Edmonton), 26 juillet 2012.
Décès accidentel d’une francophone d’Edmonton. Par Lysane Sénécal Mastropaolo.


The Guardian (Charlottetown), 23 July 2012.
Driver charged in Edmonton woman’s death had four previous convictions. By Ryan Ross.


CBC News (Edmonton), 22 July 2012.
Family vows to take up cyclist’s cause.


CBC News (Edmonton), 22 July 2012.
Killed cyclist’s family calls for better bike safety. With Alicia Asquith.


The Guardian (Charlottetown), 20 July 2012.
Obituary: Elizabeth Ann Sovis.


CTV News (Edmonton), 17 July 2012.
Grieving husband remembers wife. With Serena Mah.


Edmonton Journal, 17 July 2012.
Idyllic cycle trip turns deadly. By Jana G. Pruden.


CBC News (Edmonton), 16 July 2012.
P.E.I. bike crash: Edmund Aunger tells the CBC’s Paul Moore about the crash that killed his wife, Elizabeth Sovis.


CBC News (Edmonton), 16 July 2012.
Alberta cyclist killed in P.E.I safety conscious.


Edmonton Journal, 16 July 2012.
Edmonton woman killed while cycling on vacation in P.E.I.