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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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jtremblay@llb.greatwest.ca

Recent Work by Jazmin

Kinosoo’s green chairlift is back in business

Kinosoo’s green chairlift is back in business

After concerns that the 41-year-old green chairlift at Kinosoo Ridge Resort may be out of commission for the rest of the season, staff received confirmation it passed its inspections Friday. To compensate for the delay in the chairs opening, the MD’s council approved three options for season pass holders.
Town looks into debt policy, plans for FCM

Town looks into debt policy, plans for FCM

During the Jan. 11 meeting, council requested a deeper look at how other municipalities deal with unpaid debts and agreed to have all councillors attend the upcoming Federation of Canadian Municipalities conference.
Bonnyville Municipal Library goes fine free

Bonnyville Municipal Library goes fine free

Beginning Jan. 1, the Bonnyville Municipal Library will forgo overdue fines moving forward after research shows that library fines can act as a deterrent to library use.
Hives get help from AgriRecovery initiative’s phase two

Hives get help from AgriRecovery initiative’s phase two

Alberta beekeepers are now eligible to apply for financial relief to help cover increased costs of bee feed (sugar syrup) linked to the drought experienced throughout the Prairies last summer.
Bonnyville’s Jr. A Pontiacs commit 100th and 101st player to post-secondary level

Bonnyville’s Jr. A Pontiacs commit 100th and 101st player to post-secondary level

Between 2013–2021, the Bonnyville Jr. A Pontiacs have committed over 100 players to a National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) Division team. This season alone, six Pontiacs have received a spot to play at the highest level of university hockey.
Imperial Oil continues to innovate bitumen extraction while reducing environmental impact

Imperial Oil continues to innovate bitumen extraction while reducing environmental impact

By 2023, the first phase of Imperial Oil’s Cold Lake Operations SA-SAGD expansion project is anticipated to be operational and capable of producing 15,000 barrels per day while reducing water use and greenhouse gas emissions.
Bonnyville earthquake unlikely, says senior researcher

Bonnyville earthquake unlikely, says senior researcher

A senior researcher with Natural Resources Canada, explains shakes and rumbles experienced in the Bonnyville area yesterday are likely to be the result of a low flying aircraft or meteor.
Evening flurries cause highway havoc on area roads

Evening flurries cause highway havoc on area roads

On Thursday, Bonnyville emergency crews responded to four separate vehicle collision scenes stretched across 4 km of Highway 28, as a result of an initial two-vehicles incident.
RCMP connect suspect vehicle to a drive-by shooting in Cold Lake

RCMP connect suspect vehicle to a drive-by shooting in Cold Lake

Cold Lake RCMP are still urging members of the public to come forward with any information they may have in relation to a drive-by shooting in the early morning of Nov. 8, that occurred in the Nelson Heights residential area.
Reflecting on a year gone by, municipalities look back and ahead

Reflecting on a year gone by, municipalities look back and ahead

With new faces filling the roles of reeve, mayor and fire chief in the Bonnyville region, municipal leaders reflect on a year gone by and what lies ahead for their communities.