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Jazmin Tremblay

Jazmin Tremblay

Jazmin completed a minor in journalism at Hanze University in the Netherlands and completed her Communication Studies degree from MacEwan University with a major in journalism. She has also interned at Global News Edmonton as a videographer and worked as a multi-media intern in the Philippines for the online news organization Rappler. Jazmin is passionate about covering community journalism, as it is the origin of all great stories.

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Recent Work by Jazmin

Nearly a decade of service recognized at retirement barbecue for Odie

Nearly a decade of service recognized at retirement barbecue for Odie

The province’s first RCMP support service dog is retiring after nearly a decade on the job. The Bonnyville community said farewell during a community barbecue on May 26.
Moving the needle on discussions around infertility and pregnancy loss

Moving the needle on discussions around infertility and pregnancy loss

‘Silence cannot be the marker of strength anymore. I want to break the stigma, and we can’t change what we don’t dare speak of,’ says Blaise Hunter, a certified reproductive health rights advocate and the founder of the Footprints initiative.
BREAKING: Cyr takes Bonnyville-Cold-Lake-St. Paul riding with decisive win

BREAKING: Cyr takes Bonnyville-Cold-Lake-St. Paul riding with decisive win

UCP candidate elect Scott Cyr swept the Bonnyville-Cold-Lake-St. Paul riding, taking about 75 per cent of the vote according to reports by Elections Alberta shortly after midnight on May 30.
Cyr pulls ahead in early polling station reports

Cyr pulls ahead in early polling station reports

UCP candidate Scott Cyr is leading in the polls by more than 800 votes compared to NDP candidate Caitlyn Blake, as more than half of the polling stations in the Bonnyville-Cold Lake- St. Paul are reporting ballot counts.
ATCO hosts community barbecue ahead of Oilers Hockey Clinic

ATCO hosts community barbecue ahead of Oilers Hockey Clinic

ATCO staff from across the northeast region, from as far away as Fort McMurray, travelled to the Cold Lake Energy Centre on May 26 to throw a community barbecue in partnership with the Oilers Entertainment Group.
Polls are open, do you know where to vote?

Polls are open, do you know where to vote?

For voters who didn't take advantage of early polling stations, May 29 is the last chance to cast a ballot in the 2023 Alberta Provincial Election. Across the provinces voting stations opened at 9 a.m. and will remain open until 8 p.m.
Teddy bears get First Aid treatment at EMS open house

Teddy bears get First Aid treatment at EMS open house

Bonnyville paramedics got the chance to meet the public during a fun and informative EMS open house and community barbecue.
Wildcats net provincial gold in handball

Wildcats net provincial gold in handball

After battling for first place in Lacombe earlier this month, the École Notre Dame High School’s senior men’s handball team has proven once again they are the best Tier II high school handball team in the province, earning the title of provincial champions.
Fire Ban downgraded for Bonnyville and St. Paul areas

Fire Ban downgraded for Bonnyville and St. Paul areas

With the 2023 fire season remaining contentious and dry weather threating to stick around, the Bonnyville Regional Fire Authority has downgraded a Fire Ban and OHV restriction that was in effect to a Fire Restriction in time for the weekend. The County of St. Paul took similar steps on Friday.
UCP candidate Cyr says Take Back Alberta movement has not co-opted party

UCP candidate Cyr says Take Back Alberta movement has not co-opted party

Bonnyville-Cold Lake-St. Paul UCP candidate Scott Cyr maintained that when it comes to other affiliations his volunteers and the constituency association’s board may have, they have to separate themselves from their other duties and commitments.