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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.

Email
jtremblay@llb.greatwest.ca

Recent Work by Jazmin

Pontiacs skate away with big win over Bobcats

Pontiacs skate away with big win over Bobcats

The Bonnyville Pontiacs win Sunday afternoon Jr. A hockey match.
Bonnyville SPCA memorializes the late Victor Ringuette with naming of new room

Bonnyville SPCA memorializes the late Victor Ringuette with naming of new room

The Bonnyville and District SPCA has commemorated the community support provided by the late philanthropist Victor Ringuette with the naming of a new space at the local shelter used to house stray cats being brought into the facility.
MD of Bonnyville debates future of policy that provides money to victims of fire

MD of Bonnyville debates future of policy that provides money to victims of fire

After concerns were voiced by a councillor, a decision as to whether an MD of Bonnyville policy - Financial Assistance for Victims of Fire - should be discontinued in 2023 was table until the first council meeting of the new year.
Partisanship, what is it good for?

Partisanship, what is it good for?

What if people simply looked at political candidates as the person who the community selected to champion the area’s greatest needs, not solely based on their party’s ideologies? What if more people shrugged off the notion of partisanship and got involved in conversations happening across the political spectrum?
Residents have opportunity to weigh in on Town 2023 budgets

Residents have opportunity to weigh in on Town 2023 budgets

Town of Bonnyville ratepayers will have an opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback about how the municipality moves forward with next year’s capital and operational budgets during a budget open house on Dec. 6.
UCP nominees reflect on the Lakeland’s greatest needs

UCP nominees reflect on the Lakeland’s greatest needs

Bonnyville-Cold Lake-St. Paul UCP nominees share what they believe are the constituency’s greatest challenges faced by its residents. Health care, cost of living, highway maintenance and education top the list of ongoing concerns.
GALLERY: Bonnyville's Festival of Trees and Christmas Craft Show

GALLERY: Bonnyville's Festival of Trees and Christmas Craft Show

The Town of Bonnyville's annual Festival of Trees and the Chamber's Christmas Craft Show took over the C2's Graham Fieldhouse, filling it with holiday cheer.
Diwali lights up Cold Lake Agriplex

Diwali lights up Cold Lake Agriplex

In front of a sold-out crowd, a variety of cultural performances took place at the Cold Lake Agriplex to celebrate Diwali and multiculturalism in the Lakeland on Nov. 19.
Snap shots of Bonnyville's Santa Claus Parade

Snap shots of Bonnyville's Santa Claus Parade

Holiday cheer rippled down main street Saturday evening as carefully decorated floats in the annual Santa Claus parade made their through the Town of Bonnyville.
LSAA District volleyball champs

LSAA District volleyball champs

Junior high volleyball teams from across the Lakeland travelled to Bonnyville on Saturday to take part in the Lakeland Schools Athletic Association's (LSAA) District Championship games.