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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

Running Clinic to start up in Bonnyville

Running Clinic to start up in Bonnyville

This July, four Running Clinics will be held in Bonnyville to teach the fundamentals of jogging and running for anyone 10 years of age or older at any skill level. Half of the clinics will take place on the track at Walsh Field, while the other two will take place on the hiking trails around Muriel Lake.
Cenovus crews carry out spill training drills on Beaver River

Cenovus crews carry out spill training drills on Beaver River

Cenovus Energy employees took part in aN oil spill training exercise on Beaver River just north of Ardmore on June 28.
Bonnyville cheer teams fundraise with support of RibFest

Bonnyville cheer teams fundraise with support of RibFest

With support from event organizers, Premier Academy teams’ Xplosion and Dynamite are selling table packages for RibFest’s Kick-off Barbecue on Friday July 8, in Cold Lake, to raise funds for international and national competitions.
GALLERY: A cool Canada Day in Bonnyville

GALLERY: A cool Canada Day in Bonnyville

Despite cool, windy and rainy weather, hundreds of Bonnyville residents got outdoors to take part in the numerous activities, from a pancake breakfast to parade and even a Canada Concert along Jessie Lake.
Lakeland tow truck operators weigh in on blue light pilot project

Lakeland tow truck operators weigh in on blue light pilot project

A new one-year pilot project that will allow Alberta tow trucks to be outfitted with blue lights alongside amber lights took effect June 30.
Portage College seeks collaboration with municipalities to grow opportunities

Portage College seeks collaboration with municipalities to grow opportunities

Working with municipalities and other post-secondary institutions, Portage College hopes to bring a degree nursing program to the Lakeland, as well as grow a handful of diploma programs into four-year degrees.
Glendon high school seniors' celebrate academic achievements

Glendon high school seniors' celebrate academic achievements

Many of the 11 Glendon graduates who walked the stage together on June 25, had also begun their academic journey's together early in elementary. The commencement ceremony and celebration was an accumulation of all their hard work.
BCHS grads celebrate years of learning and new journeys ahead

BCHS grads celebrate years of learning and new journeys ahead

Although the ceremony signalled the end of high school and the parting of ways, there was nothing but excitement for the multitude of journeys ahead.
Graduates earn their diplomas at Bonnyville Outreach School

Graduates earn their diplomas at Bonnyville Outreach School

GALLERY: Showcase for National Indigenous Peoples Day draws a crowd

GALLERY: Showcase for National Indigenous Peoples Day draws a crowd

The stands at the RJ Lalonde Arena were filled with community members, public officials and students from several Bonnyville schools on June 21 who came to celebrate and acknowledge Indigenous Peoples Day.