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Jennifer Henderson, Local Journalism Initiative reporter

Jennifer Henderson, Local Journalism Initiative reporter

Jennifer Henderson is the Local Journalism Initiative reporter covering rural Alberta matters for Great West Newspapers. Her position is funded by the Government of Canada.

Recent Work by Jennifer

Cooper concerned about Trudeau's many ethical tangles

Cooper concerned about Trudeau's many ethical tangles

“It feels very troubling to see the kind of continued conduct – unethical conduct – on the part of the prime minister,” Cooper said.
Masks at schools ease the mind of Catholic board chair

Masks at schools ease the mind of Catholic board chair

New rule won't apply in classrooms, but masks will be required in hallways and other shared spaces.
Domestic abuse calls more than triple: SAIF

Domestic abuse calls more than triple: SAIF

Typically, SAIF has an average of 25 to 30 calls per month. In June, the society received 101 calls, with 28 reported as COVID-19 related.
Heat wave hangs over city

Heat wave hangs over city

The mercury reached 30-plus C this week and prompted a heat warning from Environment and Climate Change Canada, but the temperatures aren't unusual for this season.
DaVinci Gelato saves business with pivot to rum

DaVinci Gelato saves business with pivot to rum

“We moved the project forward because now we had time and so we could really focus on this."
Indigenous people want healing owed to them: Harpe

Indigenous people want healing owed to them: Harpe

“We did not do this to ourselves,” says residential school survivor
Renaud removal deemed warranted, but fight not over for MLA

Renaud removal deemed warranted, but fight not over for MLA

“I wasn't entirely surprised but I'm frustrated by it," Renaud says
The night that changed everything

The night that changed everything

Bond speaks out for the first time since the deadly 2015 RCMP shooting
RCMP should be held to account, says Wynn's widow

RCMP should be held to account, says Wynn's widow

Auxiliary constable's life forever altered after 2015 shooting
Alberta beekeepers hit by hard winter and COVID-19 restrictions

Alberta beekeepers hit by hard winter and COVID-19 restrictions

Alberta beekeepers could lose up to 30 per cent of their hives this year due to a bad winter last year and the impact of COVID-19.